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You'll see several digest entries, amongst which *cmusaslsecretSMBNT is the NTLM password hash and *cmusaslsecretDIGEST-MD5 is the regular MD5 hash. Do with those what you wish, but I found it easier to submit those to -decrypter.aspx which is a free online hash cracking service. It accepts your hash and if not yet in their database will start working on it. Return a week later and it should be cracked. This has been tested on OS X El Capitan and Mac OS Sierra. You may not see digests if some auth methods have been explicitly disabled on your server but they should be there by default.

Restore Acrobat Preferences folder to eliminate problems that damaged preferences cause. Most preference problems are caused by these file-based preferences, although most Acrobat preferences are stored in the registry.

I guess this setting has been moved. It was working for me until something happened and settings weren't taking effect anymore. Deleting the temp folder files didn't help but I found and renamed this registry setting from DC to DC1 which did the trick for me.

I went through this to create a new account and reset a password without a cd. It worked, but now my bookmarks are gone!There is not library/safari or library/firefox folder with a Bookmarks.plist on my hard disk or on my time machine backup.I googled and did not see this mentioned anywhere. Can anybody help

Does using the above simply create a new user account By that I mean that browser history and passwords would not be accessed Also what about if particular folders were password protected, could they be accessed

It's been long since we started using "C:/ManageEngine" as the default installation directory. But, this gave rise to the vulnerability that any locally authenticated user was able to view/add/delete/modify files under "C:/ManageEngine". Hence, as a security practice, we have switched to "C:\Program Files\ManageEngine\PMP" as the default installation directory. We recommend all our customers to have their installations under "C:\Program Files\ManageEngine\PMP" only. Instead, if you wish to install Password Manager Pro under any other folder, please go through our best practices guide for the necessary precautions to be taken.

You've always been able to add photos to notes, but now you can take a photo directly within the notes app. All-in-all, the updates to Notes make it better able to compete with more robust third-party note-taking platforms like Evernote. Notes also supports folders in iOS 9, for better organization.

iOS 9 prompts users to create 6-digit passcodes instead of 4-digit passcodes for additional security. It's still possible to create a 4-digit passcode, but Apple recommends a 6-digit code because it adds one million possible combinations instead of 10,000, making a passcode harder to crack. Two-factor authentication support is also enhanced in iOS 9.

App folders on iPad - In iOS 9 beta 3, Apple increased the number of apps displayed per folder. App folders on the iPad now display apps in a 4x4 arrangement instead of a 3x3 arrangement, allowing users to see more apps in a folder at a glance. With 15 pages of apps allowed per folder, folders are able to house up to 240 apps instead of 135.

Photo app folders - In iOS 9 beta 3, Apple added new folders for selfies and screenshots in the Photos app. The "Selfies" folder aggregates all photos captured with the front-facing camera, while the "Screenshots" folder houses all screenshots captured by holding down the power button and home button.

Mac OS X 10.3 also introduced another version of HFS Plus called HFSX. HFSX volumes are almost identical to HFS Plus volumes, except that they are never surrounded by the HFS Wrapper that is typical of HFS Plus volumes and they optionally support case sensitivity for file and folder names. HFSX volumes can be recognized by two entries in the Volume Header, a value of HX in the signature field and 5 in the version field.[2]

File and folder names in HFS Plus


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