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    Password From a cookie?

    If I have a cookie from a myspace login page, is there a way get the password from it? Oh, and I am on a mac. Thanks!

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    try to get some type of decrypter or decoder.
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    Thanks for the response! I googled "cookie decoder" and found nothing. Anybody know of cookie decoders for safari or firefox? Thanks again!

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    sry im just guessing that might be possible....

    if it is stored in autocomplete i would s***est cain which will get it from there
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    OK, cool. I'll give it a try. Thanks again!

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    ill send you cain if you cant find it
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    I found it. The problem is, the cookie is on my mac at home. The cain website doesn't say that it supports osx...damn. Is there a way to just login using that cookie? The person used my computer to go on their M.S. page, so you would think that would be possible...no?

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    is it set to remember passwords when you type them --and it might run on mac idk....
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    It's set to remember passwords, but you have to ok it through the prompt. I'll try it when I get home from work. Thanks again for your help smart fool! Very cool of you.

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    If you write like a semi-literate boob you will very likely be ignored.
    Writing like a l33t script kiddie hax0r is the absolute l33t3st way to write!
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    I could not get Cain to run on osx. Anybody have any other s***estions?

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    I dont think its possible at all to even get a password from a cookie man. Look up cookie in google and you'll see why i say this cant be botherd to explain it.

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    yeah, i think you are right dude.

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    what about a hotmail login cookie? Any way to get password or login using it?

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    Okay well if the password is stored inside a cookie it would be encrypted by a method defined by the website. To decrypt it you would have to know what form of encryption they used, possibly MD5.

    With the amount of people attempting to "hack" into these sorts of websites these days it's unlikely those websites store password locally in that manner. They might simply have a session id stored inside a cookie that is also encrypted and thus would prove almost impossible to overcome.

    A simple way to get a password to any person who doesn't know much about using computers put simply is to find out their password to some site they don't care about or even just their computer login, chances are they use the same password everywhere, that's also a note to people who do this, bad!

    Well that's my 17.8 cents.

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