Assuming the ERP software uses MD5 hashes to protect the password:
Since MD5 is a ONE-WAY encryption algorithm, then you *might* be able to
use a reverse lookup hash table such as the one found here:
There may be similar hash tables around for other encryption methods.
On Tue, 2007-04-24 at 00:08 -0700, sufian khan wrote:
> I am using an ERP application. I am administrator of that
> application. Actually I want to see the users passwords those are
> stored in encryption format.
> How I decrypt any password that is store in our database table
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