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What about a password manager's database? You know nothing about the content of the file. How do you know you did manage to crack it? This assumption is wrong. You don't know the entries, but in this case you know the software that created it. That software has a data format. It's even documented in the software project. The format even contains data ...


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Adding to what @vidarlo correctly describes, the answer to your question is: Yes, the keypass file can theoretically be cracked. Can it practically be cracked? That depends on the strength of your password. Let's assume that you have a huge list of potential passwords, let's call it rockyou.txt. With john the ripper or hashcat installed, an attacker or any ...


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