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As a last resort after you've attempted filling in the blanks using multiple drives, follow the various tutorials on the net and polish your discs carefully (and never in a circular manner!) using toothpaste or Brasso, or get them "resurfaced" at a shop that offers this service. Once you've done this, you can try filling in the blanks once more and hope the final missing bits can be retrieved successfully.




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On 8 November 2007, SlySoft claimed to have completely cracked BD+. However, this turned out to be incorrect, as subsequent versions of BD+ security code have caused SlySoft to re-design its software. On 3 March 2008, SlySoft updated AnyDVD HD allowing the full decryption of BD+,[7] allowing for not only the viewing of the film itself but also playing and copying disks with third-party software. A third iteration of BD+ was released in November 2008, and was announced to be cracked by SlySoft with the release of AnyDVD HD 6.5.0.2 on 29 December 2008.[8] A fourth version of BD+ security code was discovered with the movie Australia on 17 February 2009, thwarting the effectiveness of SlySoft's software.[9][10]


Chandler Bats are famous worldwide for their distinct, booming crack that changed the sound of baseball forever. The proprietary science that goes into every detail of every Chandler bat results in the best performing and hardest finish baseball has ever seen.


So we will save the hashes as well in a file called shadow.txt and we will use the famous password cracker john the ripper in order to crack those hashes.In backtrack john the ripper is located in the following path: /pentest/passwords/john.


From the above image we can see all the files that the directory john contains.In that list there is a utility called unshadow.We will run this utility in order to be able to read the shadow file before we try to crack it.So we will need to execute the command ./unshadow /root/Desktop/Cracking/passwords.txt /root/Desktop/Cracking/shadow.txt > /root/Desktop/Cracking/cracked.txt


This command will combine the two files that we have created before into a single file called cracked.txt.Now we are ready to crack those hashes with the command ./john /root/Desktop/Cracking/cracked.txt.As we can see john the ripper cracked easily those password hashes so now we have all the usernames and passwords from our target.


In this article we saw how to obtain and crack the password hashes of the remote system.In penetration testing engagements if we manage to crack a password hash from the target then we have a valid account which will allow us to have permanent access to the box.So obtaining and cracking the hashes it should be one of the first post exploitation activities as penetration testers.


You are right Bryan!You need to be root in order to read the /etc/shadow.However I will not agree with you that there is no need to dump and crack passwords because you will need that in order to discover alternative routes for access on the remote machine.


Recently, when the news that the much-praised copy protection for Ultra HD Blu-ray had been cracked made the rounds, it likely brought a smirk to the face of many readers. For too long, users had listened to the industry that touted every new format as uncrackable - usually followed by pirated copies within a few days or weeks. Alas, this eternal game of The Tortoise and the Hare is only funny until you're personally affected - after all, it's the honest buyer that's left holding the bag.


The interesting side effect was that I was forced to look for software on the Internet that would finally play the disc. Before I knew it, I had one foot in jail already. In the US, it has been illegal to provide software capable of circumventing copy protection since 1992. Germany followed suit in 2003 though serious legal trouble likely only ensues once you start distributing your own cracks or pirated copies. Still, knowing you might get into trouble doesn't leave a good taste in your mouth. Besides, it forces regular users to visit Internet pages they'd never look up otherwise and these offer far more than harmless software players for lawfully purchased discs, plus a few viruses here and there as an unwanted bonus.


In another case, I wanted to install an old golf game and discovered the copy protection wasn't compatible with Windows 7 - but the actual game was. In these instances, you're forced to crack the game (circumvent the copy protection) to play it. How bizarre. As customers, we can't help but feel we're given inferior, buggy products. In part, these errors are deliberately introduced during production. Take Sony's ARccOS copy protection technology. It relies on bad sectors that are added to DVDs to prevent copying as ordinary drives will try to fix them during the reading process and will thus create error-free but flawed copies. Knowing that thousands of users that owned Xboxes, Toshiba or in same cases even Sony players would be left out from the start didn't stop them either.


NBA 2K23 continues to offer players a large-scale MyCareer mode that is full of quests for players to complete. The Music District is one part of The City in MyCareer, which has brought back Erick's Vinyl music store once again with a new batch of trivia questions for you to answer.


For each daily quest, you will have to answer three questions, with each having four answers to choose from in a fairly short period of time. To help you out, we have compiled a full list of all the possible trivia questions below and their correct answers while separating them by their quest number. Just make sure to look at what the certain day's quest number is to pair them with the three questions found below:


Speaking with PC Gamer, Iwinski explained that he's been dealing with piracy since the 90s, learning a few things along the way. No copy protection scheme ever really worked. "Whatever we used was cracked within a day or two, massively copied and immediately available on the streets for a fraction of our price," he said.


A brisk trade in crack cocaine developed at the Kenmore Hotel, the transactions being conducted in unoccupied apartments and in the common areas throughout the building. Between January 1991, and June 6, 1994, there were numerous narcotics arrests and reported incidents of narcotics-related activity in and around the Kenmore Hotel. New York police officers also seized drugs and drug paraphernalia, including hundreds of vials used to package crack cocaine, from vacant rooms and common areas of the building.


Despite the extensive nature of the drug trafficking conducted at the Kenmore Hotel, complaints from tenants, and media coverage of the hotel's drug problem, Jude Hotel did virtually nothing to improve conditions. This was not for lack of notice. In November 1992, the Manhattan District Attorney's Office requested a meeting with Truong to discuss a strategy to combat drug trafficking at the Kenmore. In February 1993, La Tran, one of Truong's associates, met with Assistant District Attorney Anne Rudman, who advised him that the Kenmore Hotel was being used to facilitate drug trafficking and urged him to take reasonable steps to try to stop the drug activity, such as hiring full-time uniformed security guards, screening prospective tenants, using a surveillance camera, providing a photo identification card for tenants, and considering hiring a temporary management team to take over the hotel and clean it up. ADA Rudman also asked Tran to sign a form affidavit authorizing the NYPD to patrol all the floors and arrest trespassers, which Tran did not sign. These recommendations were subsequently memorialized in a letter to Tran dated February 25, 1993, which also informed Tran that officials would seek assistance from the federal government in bringing an action pursuant to the federal forfeiture laws in the event that his cooperation was not forthcoming.


A colorable criminal case may exist under this statute against the claimant; indeed, one court of appeals has sustained a conviction under 856(a) (2) on facts similar to those in the instant action. See United States v. Chen, 913 F.2d 183, 191 (5th Cir.1990) (affirming conviction under 856(a) (2) of owner of a motel who was aware of (or at least willfully blind to) the fact that the motel had been overrun by drug dealers and holding that " 856(a) (2) does not require the person who makes the place available to others for drug activity to possess the purpose of engaging in illegal activity; the purpose in issue is that of the person renting or otherwise using the place."). A violation of this statute subjects a corporate defendant to a fine of up to $2,000,000, an amount at least four times greater than the claimant's equity interest in the Kenmore Hotel. See 21 U.S.C. 856(b). Nor is the forfeiture unconstitutionally excessive when viewed as punishment for the underlying drug sales. Under 21 U.S.C. 841(b) (1) (C), distribution of any amount of cocaine under 500 grams is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000,000 for an individual defendant and up to $5,000,000 for a corporate defendant, and given the extent of the drug trafficking at the Kenmore Hotel, the weight of cocaine sold there may far exceed 500 grams.


The relationship between the Kenmore Hotel and the drug trafficking that occurred there is sufficiently strong to sustain the proposed forfeiture against an Excessive Fines Clause challenge. The Kenmore Hotel provided seclusion and privacy for the consummation of drug transactions and for the storage of drugs and drug paraphernalia. Four courts that have interpreted the Excessive Fines Clause to require a showing of a relationship between the forfeited property and illegal activity have found this relationship to be sufficient. See United States v. Chandler, 36 F.3d 358, 366 (4th Cir.1994) ("While it would appear that the farm had substantial purposes other than serving as an instrument of drug activity, the property nevertheless was an important, if not necessary, instrument for the drug activity, in providing a secluded location."); cert. denied, ___ U.S. ___, 115 S. Ct. 1792, 131 L. Ed. 2d 721 (1995). U.S. v. 9844 South Titan Court, Unit 9, Littleton, Colorado, 865 F. Supp. 709, 715 (D.Colo.1994) (holding that residence had sufficient connection to drug trafficking because its owner intentionally selected it "to conduct his drug activity in secret and secure from detection from the public and police" and because "the property was used to store the cocaine, store the money, take phone calls, and conceal weapons."); United States v. One Parcel Property, 853 F. Supp. 1389, 1399, 1402 (M.D.Ala. 1994) (holding that the government could establish the existence of a substantial connection between a grocery store and drug trafficking by proving "a pattern of illegal activities occurring at the defendant real property" and noting that the apparent legitimacy of the store "facilitated drug trafficking by making detection more difficult."); United States v. One Parcel Property Located at 9638 Chicago Heights, St. Louis, Missouri, 831 F. Supp. 736, 737 (E.D.Mo.1993) (holding that forfeiture was not excessive because "Defendant real property was used as the situs for the storage and sale of cocaine and crack cocaine."), reversed on other grounds, 27 F.3d 327 (8th Cir.1994). 350c69d7ab


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