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Thread: It's A Tough One - .pwl Files

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    Howdy!

    Is it possible to edit .pwl files?

    Once you log into a NT Network, a user file is made (test.pwl) holding login and password info.

    The file is not in hex. I need to grab and replace info in the file.

    Thanx

    Hyme

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    The info in the .pwl files is encrypted. But, I think your able to reverse the encryption in a few days time.. with some tools.
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    I found that when i was waiting for a response.

    But, I don't feel like spending any cash on something I can build. (With the right Knowledge of what I am dealing with).

    Any VB Samples?

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