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#1

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 08:55 PM

A [very] simple minecraft password recovery tool.

Lets say you forgot your password, but you still have the "Remember me" checkbox checked. This tool allows you to retrieve that password. Keep in mind, this is not intended for malicious purposes.

It works only on windows and I can assure you that it is 100% virus free.

Coded in C, Source code [maybe] available upon request.

Download:
http://www.mediafire...57cjnsfgrd2g0r1

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 09:13 PM

1 Post, no source code, claiming it's 100% virus free. I wish you luck on your attempt to sucker people.
Read me if you just can't build something

maplestory23 said:

I'm scared....I read the above post and understood more than half of it.....
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Posted 04 November 2010 - 09:41 PM

Koitenshin said:

1 Post, no source code, claiming it's 100% virus free. I wish you luck on your attempt to sucker people.
Believe whatever you want. The exe is 3kb, and has no network traffic. I highly doubt that a virus could be 3kb.

#4

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 09:44 PM

Mind posting the source? It does seem very suspicious. Especially since it does get your password, you could easily have it call home at a later time. And if this works it means Notch doesn't know basic cryptography.

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#5

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 09:48 PM

It's look like the hotmail span «Check who is bloking you» or «You must valid your e-mail pass-word to avoid beeing banned»

And, a virus or a send code, it's VERY small.

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 10:04 PM

This isn't a virus. DERP.

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 10:10 PM

User said:

This isn't a virus. DERP.

No source, No belief. Fake and g..Virus'd  :P
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Posted 04 November 2010 - 10:13 PM

LAW ZIS THREAD PL0X
Lareh iz gawd and noez wen evrthin iz viruz derp.

Hurray for p00nsp33k

MOD EDIT: Don't do that.
I need a good quote.. >_>

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 10:32 PM

Racy said:

Koitenshin said:

1 Post, no source code, claiming it's 100% virus free. I wish you luck on your attempt to sucker people.
Believe whatever you want. The exe is 3kb, and has no network traffic. I highly doubt that a virus could be 3kb.

Oh yeah? Because all virii has to involve thousands of lines of code, right? Yeah... no...
MC Sheller - Automated Shell Script git - MC Log Parser - Hub

Lulz

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As far as I've heard, Sk89q is a virus. Not sure though!

#10

ScottyDoesKnow

Posted 04 November 2010 - 10:56 PM

There's no virus, Racy PM'd me the code. Of course there's no way to verify that code is what's actually in the exe, but if he was messing with you I doubt he'd take the time to create the actual code.

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#11

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Posted 04 November 2010 - 11:00 PM

@OP - Just bad timing on your part. The community has just gotten over one indecent involving a mod that contained a 'loop hole' for the author. VT gave your file a clean bill of health, no exploitable imports that I could see. Still not using it, because well, who isn't using a password manager these days with passwords that look like C2^5&xm95#2$k2hqa4A :P

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 12:50 AM

MeltingPoint said:

@OP - Just bad timing on your part. The community has just gotten over one indecent involving a mod that contained a 'loop hole' for the author. VT gave your file a clean bill of health, no exploitable imports that I could see. Still not using it, because well, who isn't using a password manager these days with passwords that look like C2^5&xm95#2$k2hqa4A :Notch:
I can confirm there is no virus in the code. I thoroughly disassembled it.

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 01:33 AM

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MeltingPoint said:

@OP - Just bad timing on your part. The community has just gotten over one indecent involving a mod that contained a 'loop hole' for the author. VT gave your file a clean bill of health, no exploitable imports that I could see. Still not using it, because well, who isn't using a password manager these days with passwords that look like C2^5&xm95#2$k2hqa4A :P
I can confirm there is no virus in the code. I thoroughly disassembled it.

I didn't pack it or protect it just for that reason.

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 01:50 AM

Racy said:

dougbenham said:

MeltingPoint said:

@OP - Just bad timing on your part. The community has just gotten over one indecent involving a mod that contained a 'loop hole' for the author. VT gave your file a clean bill of health, no exploitable imports that I could see. Still not using it, because well, who isn't using a password manager these days with passwords that look like C2^5&xm95#2$k2hqa4A :Notch:
I can confirm there is no virus in the code. I thoroughly disassembled it.

I didn't pack it or protect it just for that reason.
I can crack all packers/protectors.

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 02:01 AM

MeltingPoint said:

I can crack all packers/protectors.
Lol Who cant these days... all it takes is some common sense and google, and then you will find the truth   :iapprove: .
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Posted 05 November 2010 - 02:03 AM

blaize9 said:

MeltingPoint said:

I can crack all packers/protectors.
Lol Who cant these days... all it takes is some common sense and google, and then you will find the truth   :iapprove: .
:Sheep:

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 02:22 AM

dougbenham said:

I can crack all packers/protectors.

So you can crack Dongle/FlexM? all by yourself? you just said you can crack ALL packers and protectors which means you should be able to crack both of those, also, can you unpack vmProtect or RLpack? if you can unpack ALL types then those should be no problem for you.

Racy is a good friend of mine btw, he's coded tons of programs for me and given me the source to about half the things he's given me, not one has anything bad in it.

it's funny how simple minded people are, they see a 1 poster and automatically assume whatever they posted, even it its a link to "http://google.com" they all claim its a "ViRuS!!!!"

Instead of trying to look smart like you know anything about malware, why don't you analyze it first, maybe by using a decompiler, or running it in a vm to sniff the net traffic. No, instead, you guys shout unintelligible babble about something you can only assume on because you know nothing else about it.

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Posted 05 November 2010 - 02:56 AM

birdy_0x00 said:

dougbenham said:

I can crack all packers/protectors.

So you can crack Dongle/FlexM? all by yourself? you just said you can crack ALL packers and protectors which means you should be able to crack both of those, also, can you unpack vmProtect or RLpack? if you can unpack ALL types then those should be no problem for you.

Racy is a good friend of mine btw, he's coded tons of programs for me and given me the source to about half the things he's given me, not one has anything bad in it.

it's funny how simple minded people are, they see a 1 poster and automatically assume whatever they posted, even it its a link to "http://google.com" they all claim its a "ViRuS!!!!"

Instead of trying to look smart like you know anything about malware, why don't you analyze it first, maybe by using a decompiler, or running it in a vm to sniff the net traffic. No, instead, you guys shout unintelligible babble about something you can only assume on because you know nothing else about it.

ZOmG 1 POSTR! HIZ TEXT IZ VIRUZ!!!1

MOD EDIT: Just don't.

#19

derekpeterson

Posted 05 November 2010 - 03:10 AM

I read somewhere that the file the password is saved in is encrypted with the string "passwordfile".  Somebody nonevil could write an opensource alternative to this pretty easily.
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Posted 05 November 2010 - 03:37 AM

derekpeterson said:

I read somewhere that the file the password is saved in is encrypted with the string "passwordfile".  Somebody nonevil could write an opensource alternative to this pretty easily.

Its saved in the lastlogin file under %appdata%\.minecraft
Easily decrypt-able if you code in java. However, i could not find a way to decrypt it in C.

Source will be released soon anyway.