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How to get users logon information. User name, domain, password... etc... I have program witch is based on Domain user names and paswords. So i nead to know curent username and pasword. Or to check is user curently loged on domain not to local computer. Thats shuld be done in client side, not server.

What allredy i know:

@UserName - ID of the currently logged on user.

@UserProfileDir - Path to current user's Profile folder.

@LogonDNSDomain - Logon DNS Domain.

@LogonDomain - Logon Domain.

@LogonServer - Logon server.

So how to extract current user password ? Or is it possible at all?

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How to get users logon information. User name, domain, password... etc... I have program witch is based on Domain user names and paswords. So i nead to know curent username and pasword. Or to check is user curently loged on domain not to local computer. Thats shuld be done in client side, not server.

What allredy i know:

@UserName - ID of the currently logged on user.

@UserProfileDir - Path to current user's Profile folder.

@LogonDNSDomain - Logon DNS Domain.

@LogonDomain - Logon Domain.

@LogonServer - Logon server.

So how to extract current user password ? Or is it possible at all?

Greetings,

I'm sure its possible, but why exactly would you need to do that?

Regards,

Eradicator

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I am not so sure that is easily doable and cannot see any reason why that would be needed. Enlight me?

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best way would be to have a keylogger startup in hkey local machine or possible as a service then grab the txt from the txt file and do whatever with it with autoit.

Or like the company I work for buy Kaseya www.kaseya.com


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best way would be to have a keylogger startup in hkey local machine or possible as a service then grab the txt from the txt file and do whatever with it with autoit.

Or like the company I work for buy Kaseya www.kaseya.com

Doesn't sound very legitimate and we don't want to promote these type of programs/scripts here..

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Doesn't sound very legitimate and we don't want to promote these type of programs/scripts here..

Jos

I agree but he did ask and he still needs to install the keylogger and figure out what to do with the txt file.

If its not legit and he gets caught installing that keylogger it will be his ass. Also im not even sure this will work, just a theory


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Hi.

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So how to extract current user password ? Or is it possible at all?

Yes, it is possilbe. As you might know, the current logon's password is cached within each Windows session. When you try to access a remote ressource, then windows will always try a "shot in the dark" with the current logon's credentials.

But that's all I'll reveal here ;)

Regards, Rudi.


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