Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby Kheldar » Thu May 21, 2009 3:38 am

walther wrote:
Kheldar wrote:It's not really fun to make a bunch of half-researched guesses, right? Stay with it, work hard, and the adventure really is worth it!

Then again it's not that fun (or cheap) to try a bunch of completely over researched guesses either :wink:


It's still cheaper than guessing every random guess out there. And think how much you learned in the process? :lol:
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby cornettracing80 » Thu May 21, 2009 5:43 am

i agree ,the whole checker charge is so people cant powersolve the password or use a password cracker program....i am a member of a very old online society dedicated to hacking any online site we deem unacceptable....i have myself personally hacked several "foriegn" child pornography sites...i never get arrested because if they press charges it will put a spot light on their operation....i am retired now ,but still have my old tools....
i said all this so my opinion will be accepted that complaint about the password checker are MORE THAN LIKELY mad hacker wannabees trying to make a quick buck off of puzz....thats why they are the way they are ,good intentions or not that is why they are that way..to prevent bruteforce solutions and password hacker proggy's
i just laugh when people complain its a useless form of money grubbing...no,in fact its a secuity measure..
happy hunting...... :wink:

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PANG is an online username for a pornography ring leader on Shareaza and Bearshare......i burned up his hardware :twisted:
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby ccass15n » Mon Oct 31, 2016 4:40 am

Question: How exact does the password have to be on the online password checker? For example say I type in "greg" (Greg) will that still work instead of "sirgreg" (Sir Greg)
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby Kheldar » Mon Oct 31, 2016 1:01 pm

In your example, that would not work. If the password is sirgreg, that's what you must enter.
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby ccass15n » Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:59 pm

Thank you for the quick response, also one more question; say the person is the 3rd of their name, would the password be "sirgregIII" or would it be "sirgreg3"
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby Kheldar » Mon Oct 31, 2016 11:00 pm

That's a more difficult question to answer. You'll just have to try both and see. out of curiosity is this for a real pyramid or virtual? If real, you could always just go to the location and give the password if you are convinced you are correct and the "system" just won't take it how you entered it.
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Re: Pyramid Passwords - UPDATE

Postby ccass15n » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:35 am

it's a virtual one... i am 95% sure i have the answer but there are multiple possibilities to write it...
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