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2 users that have the same passwords on windows 7. will the hashes in the SAM file be the same?

Let's say I have a computer with win7 and I made 2 different accounts. Now I've set the same password for both accounts. My question is whether the hashes of the passwords in the SAM file will be ...
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Location of SHA512 Haslist on Mavericks>

I'm trying to find the SHA512 hash of the user passwords on OS X Mavericks (10.9.1), I'm aware that you can get the user .plist from: /private/var/db/dslocal/nodes/Default/users/{username}.plist ...
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Is it possible to write an app that ignores the zip archive password?

I am not sure how password protected archives work but is it the programs enforcing the protection or is it the way the format works where if it's password protected, there is no way to extract the ...
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“line length exception” in hashcat (kali linux)

I've received this line: root:$1$25A116L54$7/IbiL1ZsUyPwYBx/zuNv/ and asked to crack the password. So, I created a crack.hash file and put the following in it: $1$25A116L54$7/IbiL1ZsUyPwYBx/zuNv/ ...
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With the Windows SAM and SYSTEM files, can I get the password of an account?

I heard of John the Ripper, Ophcrack and many other programs that are used in order to crack the hashes for Windows' 7 Password, but JTR seems a bit slow (Didn't get the password after 20 minutes) and ...
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1answer
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Is the linux md5 password hashing considered secure?

On my RHEL6 linux is configured to use MD5 password hashing is the linux usage of MD5 for password hashing considered secure?
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1answer
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Compute salt with known plaintext and hash?

I have the string that was used in a webapp with md5 hashing to come up with a hash. I also have the hash. But the md5 of the string doesn't match the hash, so I'm guessing there's a salt involved. Is ...
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How do I recover the password of a RAR file on Mac OS X?

I'm running Mac OS X 10.6.2 and have been handed a couple of old files that need to be extracted. Old backups or finances or bills I believe. They are RAR files, and password protected. Is there a way ...