Getting password

Noob

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#1
Good day all
i have a problem i cant remember the password to the gui interface (elastix) but i can remember the root password is there any place i can search for the password in the root?

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danardf

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Hi and welcome to our Elastix Forum.

Every user are into /var/www/acl.db, and admin account too.

You can edit this account and copy a password from another account.
You can use SQLitebrowser 2.0. (use google).

Else, you could try with: c155c4062013ab3101e519c45c631621
Replace your old password by this, it's "elastix"

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Good Day

so there is no way I could view it, as curiosity has the best of me I need to no what it is

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danardf

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#4
It's impossible to see the password!
The password is coded MD5.

So....
 

ashir24

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try this

Code:

sqlite3 /var/www/db/acl.db "update acl_user set md5_password='7a5210c173ea40c03205a5de7dcd4cb0' where id=1"

That sould update the password as "palosanto"
 

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Well not imposible, but very,very, very hard
 

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If you are inquisitive enough

you could keep on trying:

echo guessedpassword|md5sum

until you get a match with what's there right now, if you have a pocketful of "well known passwords" you might get lucky quite quickly if not the listen to rafael

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