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HelterSkelter1 HelterSkelter1 22-25, M 5 Answers Aug 25 in Embarrassing & Funny

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Sure can. You don't have to though. There are plenty of free ones out there. What you are looking for is a "hash descriptor" or an "MD5 Cracker".

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Passwords are rarely encrypted. Most people just use dates or names that are significant to them.

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there several commercially available solutions... just google for it

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You can just about anything.

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Why?

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Just came up in conversation

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