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In PIX, using the commands:
enable password **************** encrypted
passwd **************** encrypted
the user enters the password directly in the command-line interface of the device (the on-screen menu will not appear).
The PIX database is not automatically updated. The passwords remain stored in the device until the reboot.
The passwords are stored in the encrypted form in the device’s memory. In addition, their cleartext version is saved in a file encrypted with the AES cipher (4096 bits). This file is saved on the device, the user can use it whenever he wants.
The passwords are encrypted by a well known 16-byte IV (Initial Vector). This IV is a 40 bits integer encoded in hexadecimal.
On most devices, the IV is embedded in the device’s code. To find the IV of an unknown password, it is necessary to crack the device code. If the device is hacked, then the hexadecimal code of the IV can be found.
Please Note!!!
The program cPfPc can be used to recover any unencrypted password saved on a PIX device. However, this will only work with a physical attack (i.e. a keystroke logger). A password guess is based on a password guess of a previously known password, this means that the chances of guessing a new password decreases drastically as the number of known passwords increases.
cPfPc Usage:
cPfPc supports Cisco PIX devices only.
cPfPc [-mode=enable | telnet] [-passwd=password] [-delete] [-debug] [-private-mnt] [-apu=apu-token] [-debug-save] [-dump] [-uninstall] [-kill-all] [-save-cache] [-all] [-exclude=excludelist] [-i=file] [-i=string] [-out=file] [-quiet] [-log-level=*log-level*] [-help]
cPfPc is able to use the following internal options:
-mode : use mode=enable to enable the PIX; use mode=telnet to enable Telnet access.
-passwd : use this password as a password to enable the PIX; this option can be used to enable Telnet access.
-delete : delete all passwords stored in the PIX database.
-debug : display the debugging information, useful

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The format of a keymacro is:
keymacro password clearkey
The first parameter “password” is a cleartext password and the second parameter “clearkey” is the key to decrypt the password. The format of a keymacro has two different versions, depending on the available information in the configuration file of the device:
Keymacro Version 1:
If the “keybytes” parameter is not set, the key to decrypt the password is determined using the manufacturer’s algorithm (a chosen plaintext key is multiplied by the “k” parameter of the keymacro).
The “keybytes” parameter defines how many bytes of data are read from the keymacro and are used in the calculation of the “k” parameter.
The value of the parameter “keybytes” is always a multiple of 8. The valid values of “keybytes” are 8, 12, 16, 24 and 32. A keybytes value less than 8 is not supported.
When a keybytes value is less than the minimum number of bytes available in the keymacro (8 bytes in this example), the parameter “k” is not determined.
For example: The keymacro below does not define a keybytes parameter, but the configuration of a PIX firewall is 8 bytes long so the parameter “k” is not determined when the keymacro is installed.
keymacro password Encryption/Decryption Algorithm:
The first parameter (password) is encrypted by the algorithm defined in the “cryptoalgo” parameter of the keymacro and then decrypted using the key determined by the algorithm described in the “keybytes” parameter.
The “cryptoalgo” parameter can be:
– AES-256 / RSA-OAEP
– AES-192 / RSA-OAEP
– AES-128 / RSA-OAEP
The “cryptoalgo” parameter can be followed by a list of security algorithms. If the following security algorithm is used, the key generation algorithm is then AES-256:
Keybytes :
The parameter “keybytes” describes the length of the key in bytes. The parameter “keybytes” is a multiple of 8. Valid values of “keybytes” are 8, 12, 16, 24 and 32.
keymacro password length : 8keybytes : 16
In the previous example, the parameter “keybytes” will have a value of 16 bytes and the first 16 bytes will

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This is a free software project that allows you to generate
cleartext passwords for use in the Cisco PIX platform. It also
makes it possible to obtain the encrypted PIX passwords (which
will be stored in a file called [pixpassword] on your local
harddisk) from Cisco and third party devices that require them.
You can use a cleartext password as many times as you want to
in your PIX configuration file without the need to type the
password each time.
An PIX password is used to authenticate yourself to the PIX
device. The password is sent by the device to the router
before the connection is established. If you enter the wrong
password, you will be disconnected.
A default PIX configuration password is already set in the
router. In order to type the password directly in the
configuration file, it can be erased by:
enable password password *****************
passwd ***************** encrypted
where ***************** is the cleartext password and *****************
encrypted is the encrypted PIX password.
A PIX password is only used to authenticate yourself to the PIX
device. The password is not used to authenticate the PIX
configuration files.
cPfPc is a free software project and is distributed under the
GNU General Public License.
cPfPc is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License,
or (at your option) any later version.
cPfPc homepage:
cPfPc is a command-line software and it needs to be installed as a
Unix service. An install script for Red Hat is available from

If you have been given the configuration files for a Cisco PIX device
(with a local area network), you can load the configuration and obtain
the necessary information to create cPfPc’s file on your system.
The cPfPc program is available in the linux-ware archive:

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cPfPc is based on a brute-force attack.
Each character of the password is examined, and a result is stored in an array.
Possible passwords are tested until the correct one is found.
This allows cPfPc to make some additional checks, that prevent it from being abused by a dictionary attack.
WARNING!!! To allow cPfPc to guess right you should use a password that is easy to guess, and of course, secret!

The syntax is:
cPfPc [options] [filename] [filename] [filename]… [filename]

You will have to find the filename using the command ls -l to know the length of the password (when it is 10 characters long, for example, it will have 5 filenames).
cPfPc will check the length of the given password by calling the is_password() function.
If the password has the correct length, it will be run against the passwords previously stored in the array.
If the correct password is found, the PIX is entered in enable mode.
You can manually enter the correct password, by typing it in all the filename given as parameter.
The keys used for the parameters are in the table below:
n – number of tries to perform before giving up
v – number of wrong keys tried before giving up
max_len – maximum length of the password
Inhibit_guessing – Use the default value of 1 if you are sure that the password is not in the array
-n max_len
The -n option allows to increase the number of tries, and -max_len defines how many tries are allowed before giving up.
-v max_keys
The -v option allows to increase the number of wrong keys tried before giving up.
The -max_keys option sets the maximum number of wrong keys tried before giving up.
Note that the -max_keys option is ignored if the -n option is also present.
If the -max_keys option is ignored, the default value of 10 is used.
Filename syntax:
The filename must be given as a single string.
The length of the filename is the number of characters given as parameter.
-r the password, without encryption, can be directly inserted in the configuration file.
In the configuration file the filename is surrounded by square brackets ([ ]).
The cPfPc program looks for this password in the configuration file, using the variable file_to_load which, in turn, is set by the -r option.
The filename can be in either single or double quotes.
Default value for the file_to_load variable is the configuration file (see the -r option).
cPfPc will check the length of the given password by calling

System Requirements For CPfPc:

Windows 10 and Xbox One
PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360
Mac OS 10.6 or later
iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
Android Phones and Tablets
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