How could someone change the root password without changing chage -l root Last password change date? I know it was changed because it does not match the value in Keepass. I noticed when I tried to use ...
On a server I control, I have disabled password logins (public key only), but still need to enter my password to access sudo. This is becoming cumbersome, as I use a long, automatically generated ...
I know there are ways to get the cookies from browsers in Windows and retrieve and decrypt saved passwords from them. Is there a similar way to do so on CentOS?