[foofus-tools] Fgdump/Ophcrack question
ron at skullsecurity.net
Sun May 30 09:29:07 PDT 2010
When you say "Desktop", I assume you mean Windows? Which version of Windows, and which filesystem (I'm assuming NTFS?)
Ophcrack can definitely read any NTFS-based filesystem, but it may require manually mounting it. From Ophcrack, run "dmesg | grep sd" and "dmesg | grep hd" -- Hopefully, you'll see drives like sda2, hda2, etc. One is going to be your CDRom, that isn't what you want, but one should be your actual harddrive. Mount it like this:
mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/tmp
Then check if /mnt/tmp countains what you want. If not, umount it with:
And try the next drive.
Hope that helps!
On Fri, 28 May 2010 12:47:45 -0700 (PDT) steve williams
<speedracer850 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi! I have burned Ophcrack to a disc and booted my computer
> successfully with it. Previously, I have run FGdump and it
> successfully created a hash file.
> The Problem: when I boot up with the Ophcrack disk and search for the
> hash file on the desktop, it only sees a Tux folder with nothing in
> it. It does not recognize my hard drive.
> How does FGdump work with Ophcrack?
> Do you guys have any idea how to help?
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