On Sun, 18 Feb 1996, Ed Woodrick wrote:
> You are assuming that the passwords are using two-way encryption. Which I
> believe that they aren't. The system never has decrypt a password. Granted
> there are definitely ways to hack an application program if it keeps the
> password laying around, But if I'm not mistaken, it actually keeps a token
> around instead of the password.
Again from the article:
...However, the InocuLAN password is unencrypted and could be discovered
by anyone with a moderate measure of curiosity and skill...
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eliminates dreams, goals, and ideals and lets us get straight to the
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OK, so you're a Ph.D. Just don't touch anything.