Password encryption (was Re: [icq-devel] Family 2 SNACs on ICQ)
filfob at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 16 08:18:38 CET 2002
ZS> On the subject of passwords, has anyone tried using the AIM logon process on
ZS> an ICQ server? I don't know the exact details, but it looks like it involves
ZS> the server sending a challenge string which the client combines with its
ZS> password and sends back as an MD5 digest. It certainly seems a lot more
ZS> secure than the ICQ logon.
You must XOR with this key
"F3,26,81,C4,39,86,DB,92,71,A3,B9,E6,53,7A,95,7C" your password and
send to the server. No MD5, SHA-1 and etc. :-(
Vitaly Goncharuk mailto:filfob at filfob.com.ua
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