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Apu

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Hi, I'm testing out my computer (with other users) to check for weak passwords. When I run pwdump2 (or pwdump4 etc..) I get "failed to open lsass: 5. exiting"

Does anyone know why??? (even as admin)

I also sometimes get unable to find PID or something like that.

I am running on XP Home.
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laceyIsMe

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Same prob here, so I got pwdump4 and works like a charm:-)
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Im pretty sure that this falls outside the bounds of the TOS here since it deals with cracking passwords.
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laceyIsMe

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Whats TOS? Im just learning security stuff lol Im not trying to crack any passwords but my own.
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ya how we sure ur tring own ur owns .....
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This is definitely against the TOU. We cant verify whether you are doing this on your own machine or somebody else's so we cant offer any help


Also this topic is around four years old, please do not bump old topics
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