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  1. #1

    ever forgotten your ws_ftp password?

    i did for a site today, google came to the rescue with this site-

    http://www.hispasec.com/wsftp.asp

    sorry if its a little random just thought its one to bookmark for you all. works very well.
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    Rich

  2. #2
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    I have a small lock box which I have all my passwords listed in. Even if the box is somehow compromised, I change my passwords once weekly anyhow (well latly Ive been lazy and its been every other week).

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    Originally posted by Acronym BOY
    I have a small lock box which I have all my passwords listed in. Even if the box is somehow compromised, I change my passwords once weekly anyhow (well latly Ive been lazy and its been every other week).
    WHAAAAAT? Storing passwords offline??

    Bill Gates will come to your house and DEMAND that you use his secure certificate, .Net server and Hotmail

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    Originally posted by timechange
    WHAAAAAT? Storing passwords offline??

    Bill Gates will come to your house and DEMAND that you use his secure certificate, .Net server and Hotmail
    You just try to hack my lock box

    I refuse to comply with any MS EULA anyhow. I dont want to sign away my soul to satan's own "red-headed step child".

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    I lose them all the time in WS_FTP

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    I seldom change my passwords.

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    Originally posted by OldOne
    I seldom change my passwords.
    >telnet
    >o
    (to) OldOne.box0r.org
    Trying *.*.*.*

    login: root
    password: ****

    bash-2.05a$


  8. #8
    Originally posted by peteny
    I lose them all the time in WS_FTP
    then all you do is open the ws_ftp configuration file in notepad, search for the relavent domain, then just coy the pwd line into that webpage and get your password back. i frequently change passwords and dont keep them offline, i rely on a good memory for 32 digit random strings lol
    anyways that page worked great for me. shame i hadnt found it earlier. i tend to have several copies of wsftp on a few machines and none of them are ever up to date lol.
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    Rich

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