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Most Common Hotmail Password Revealed!

October 6th, 2009 by Dev Team in Uncategorized

Follow-up to yesterdays post. A researcher who examined 10,000 Hotmail, MSN and Live.com passwords that were recently exposed online has published an analysis of the list and found that ā€œ123456ā€³ was the most commonly used password, appearing 64 times.

Forty-two percent of the passwords used lowercase letters from ā€œa to zā€; only 6 percent mixed alpha-numeric and other characters.
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AimView and TrillianView

July 9th, 2008 by Dev Team in News, Our Tools

With all this new traffic coming in we’re going to repost our 2 password recovery programs. Both are coded in Assembler and are only about 10kb which means you can keep them on your favorite thumbdrive and it barely takes any room. No other files needed to run.

We only sell these tool in order to keep this site up and running. Also if you would like to donate you can click on the paypal icon on the left panel. Thanks in advance for all your support and we hope to keep more info coming.

AIM View 1.0
This version will recover all your AOL Instant Messenger screen names and only the first 3 letters of your AIM password. If you would like to purchase the full version for $4.99 USD , which shows the complete password, you can do so by choosing paypal or e-gold for payments in the links below.

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TrillianView demo version is now available for download . This version will recover all your Trillian Messenger screen names and only the first 3 letters of your password. If you would like to purchase the full version for $4.99 USD , which shows the complete password, you can do so by choosing paypal or e-gold for payments in the links below.

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Aim 6.x Password Recovery

March 7th, 2008 by Dev Team in AIM, News, Password Info

Our first tool release will be a program to recover passwords from AOL 6.x. Our free Demo version will be released soon and will only show the first 3 letters and the length of the password

AIM 6.x (6.5 & beta 6.8) uses 2 algorithms to encrypt your AIM password. First the Blowfish algorithm is used to encrypt the AIM password using a 448 bit keyword.
The encrypted string is then encoded using base64 and stored in the registry at:
\\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\America Online\AIM6\Passwords