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> Since it's an MD5 password, you would need quite a bit of processing
> power, maybe put the hash up on milw0rm?
Well, that depends on how long/complex the password is. Using djohn and several CPUs would increase efficiency substantially.
I'd suggest checking against one of the many public rainbow tables first though. Remember, with a hash, you need not figure out the actual password, just something that generates a collision.
Michael Holstein CISSP GCIA
Cleveland State University