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hacking ssh password

Discussion in 'Ethical hacking' started by G421D, May 28, 2012.

  1. G421D

    G421D New Member

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    i've found a username of ssh, but i still cudn't et the password....any advice guys?
     
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    ssh a.k.a sshd is a service running on Unix/Windows machines. If you ask how do you get the password .. sorry my friend but i answer you with another question :
    Why do you need it ? If you don't google 5 minutes before asking here ... you cant just enter in some machine using sshd to ask after that :
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    I own a Linux server. What's next ?
     
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    I mean I have a problem to find the hash of the password....they showed me username but not the password, oya, of course i need the password to get root access.....hehe.thanks anyways....
     
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    password hash can be found in /etc/shadow file , to view it you must be root . If you are root and you just need to find a password hash just use this command:
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    cat /etc/shadow | grep your_username
    Have fun
     
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    ok, thaks sir......
     

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