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What Program is Best for Decrypting Opera Login Data Files? Garrett 23/10/18(Wed)20:54 No. 22931 ID: 34938d

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So at the beginning of this year my laptop started to fail and I had to send it into PC world for repair. Not long before I did so I was made to change the password for my Google account. I have always relied on web browsers to remember my passwords for some stupid reason. I was able to copy the contents of my C Drive before I did so and so I thought that I would be able to recover my passwords and such easily. Yet I found that opera now encrypts you passwords based on you dapai code and login details. This was never the case before and it seems stupidly paranoid that go to such lengths. I know them all except the one that has been changed yet that password is pretty vital.
So I have spent months looking into this, first I thought that the keys hadn’t copied over but they were hidden and I do have the DPAPI master keys and CREDHIST, I also have found a way to view the encrypted passwords and the ones that are the same are encrypted in similar way so that should also make the password easier to find. Yet I still have not found a program that I could use.
Windows password recovery program tells me that I entered my password wrong even though I entered it in right, DataProtectionDecryptor gives me “Failed to extract the encryption key” and mimikatz gives me Error kull_m_dpapi_unprotect_blob ; CryptDecrypt(0x80090005), I also found a bunch of linux and python troon programs that claim to be able to do what I am looking for but they require so many addon programs to be installed that you loose track.
What am I doing wrong here? What is the best program that can do what I am looking for?

Anonymous 23/11/21(Tue)22:21 No. 22937 ID: 473ef0

I have found a lot of my problems seem to stem from the fact that the SAM file is seemingly missing. Though according to my teracopy logs that file did transfer over as no error messages are given for it on the logs. Yet it is not showing in the system32/config folder despite having set hidden files to display and un-ticked the option that hides system files. So what be causing the file not to appear?

Anonymous 23/11/21(Tue)22:22 No. 22938 ID: 473ef0

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Anonymous 23/11/28(Tue)19:15 No. 22939 ID: b5b3d8

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Further update I have been trying to decrypt the login data with Windows Password Recovery but it tells me that the device is TPM-protected which very strange because I never activated TPM or Bitlocker on my previous computer. Moreover I am able to view and edit most of the files on the C-Drive back ups and I also looked at the drive with DiskGenius and it is unable to find any traces of Bitlocker. Is this a problem with program or was TPM somehow enabled on my previous computer without my knowing?

Anonymous 23/12/05(Tue)13:57 No. 22940 ID: 681611

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Another possibility is that the master keys are encrypted with my Microsoft encryption password which can be extracted with MadPassExt. However I have tried using this program and despite entering my Microsoft account password exactly right it still says “Failed to decrypt Microsoft account cache file with the specified password.”, What am doing wrong here? Nirsoft themselves give very little advice on such matters.

The+Red+Barron 24/01/01(Mon)20:16 No. 22941 ID: 18ef5a

not supporting windows 7 is code for
>banning everything with a copyright date before 2010

I bricked my comp recently ama

Anonymous 24/03/19(Tue)06:16 No. 22958 ID: 6480ac

Windows 11 does seem to be even more incompatible with old software than Windows 10 and that was bad enough.
Did you have passwords saved onto your old computer as well?
Where they encrypted with DPAPI?
If so how did you get around it?

Anonymous 24/03/30(Sat)22:02 No. 22959 ID: 40f290

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I probably could get into my Google if I could get into my Yahoo Account but Yahoo are forcing me to verify that it’s me which requires that they either email the Google account I’m locked out of or text a code to a discontinued phone number. I had the phone number with Asda but they discontinued it and sold it to T-Moblie is there a way I could get that exact number back so I can get into my account or at least simulate it somehow?
I don’t know why Yahoo are even forcing their users to do this it’s like their coming up with an excuse to purge old accounts so they create a condition where a lot of people are going to be locked out of them so they can purge them for disuse. I even phoned them up and they were no use to me saying that their system can’t verify it’s me.

Anonymous 24/04/12(Fri)15:31 No. 22960 ID: 200b73

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How long does it take for numbers to be recycled anyway? It’s been months now and this number is still inactive surely someone would have picked up by now.

Anonymous 24/04/15(Mon)10:32 No. 22961 ID: deb781

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Well fucked if know, yet I have a friend that has 6 or 7 old number for me I going to get them see if anyone is out there.
Thinks to all of you anons for raise this point.
have beautiful day and avoid getting stuck in any gosub routines.

Anonymous 24/04/19(Fri)15:21 No. 22962 ID: 911b14

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The Number is accordingly owned by EE but I have tried ringing them but was told that they do not have it on their system.

Anonymous 24/04/20(Sat)11:02 No. 22963 ID: 69ff1a

I don’t know why my number hasn’t been recycled by now as there is a limited amount of numbers available in the UK.
>Because of the huge number of mobile subscribers, UK networks are facing increasing pressure to acquire new numbers to allocate to new subscribers. Since there is a fixed pool of 11-digit combinations that begin with an 07 prefix, mobile phone service providers must recycle mobile number to meet customer demand.

Anonymous 24/04/22(Mon)19:54 No. 22964 ID: 282ca5


Thank you anon, have beautiful day

Anonymous 24/05/08(Wed)05:44 No. 22965 ID: af0c21

You’re welcome? Thank you for what exactly?

Anonymous 24/05/11(Sat)12:08 No. 22966 ID: e9939b


the link, :)

Anonymous 24/05/16(Thu)01:17 No. 22967 ID: e4eac2

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I have been trying to guess my password for my Google account but I have so far been unsuccessful despite knowing the basis of the kind of password I would have used and trying many combinations. I know the kind of password I used for my Google account but I think I must have put some extra entropy on top of it that’s made it almost impossible to remember and for a human to guess. Like the meme said it would probably very easy for a machine to guess but I have yet to find a program that would be able to this. I’m not tying to find a way to hack my account merely a way to automate the guessing process that I’ve been attempting and come up with suggestions based on the type of passwords that I know I would have used perhaps even utilising AI do this.

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