That’s ungrateful. On windows, they found a few passwords lying around, postulated they were generated by a PRNG, implemented 88 language-default PRNGs across different possible charsets, and bruteforced the right one. Then, created a rainbow table for bruteforcing a SHA1 hash. Yes, there’s some “weak hash” at some point, but it’s still an interesting excercise.
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