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powertoys password revealer for mysql pws

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by perler, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. perler

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    hi,

    if the powertoys authors have some spare time at hand - i really would like to see mysql users passwords in the password revealer - any chance?

    PAT
     
  2. lvalics

    lvalics Silver Pleskian Plesk Guru

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    MySQL passwords for domains users you mean?
    You can see for each domain the MySQL password for domain database.
     
  3. perler

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    oups? i have v 3.6 here and don't see any mysql passwords..

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  4. lvalics

    lvalics Silver Pleskian Plesk Guru

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    Then is no database created on that domain ...
     
  5. perler

    perler Guest

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    sure, there is.. to clearify:

    1.) domain is example.com
    2.) i go int database, create a db
    3.) i enter password revealer
    4. i choose domain example.com
    5.) i see domain password, ftp password, maybe email passwords and i should see a table row "mysql" - right?

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  6. lvalics

    lvalics Silver Pleskian Plesk Guru

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    Right ...
    BUT did you created username and password for database?
     
  7. perler

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    yes, i did.

    before i check the code more thouroghly:

    1) can you imagine a problem in that i run debian 3.1
    2) does your script writes a debug log somewhere?
    3) what does the
    PHP:
    if(version_compare("7.5.0"$ver[0], "<"))
    in password_remainder.php line 399 do?

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  8. perler

    perler Guest

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    ok, this sql query looks fishy on my system:

    PHP:
    SELECT name,login,password as passwd FROM data_bases as dbdb_users,accounts WHERE dom_id $domainID and db.id db_id and accounts.id=db_users.account_id
    as that i don't have a table "db" here, so it reaults in an empty answer

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  9. Whistler

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    No! The AS db - is aliassing the data_bases as db - normal in SQL - (even though I can't see why one would alias one table but not the others in this case).
     
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