password recovery from stash file

----------------unstash.pl begin ------------------------
use strict;

die "Usage: $0 <stash file>\n" if $#ARGV != 0;

my $file=$ARGV[0];
open(F,$file) || die "Can't open $file: $!";

my $stash;
read F,$stash,1024;

my @unstash=map { $_^0xf5 } unpack("C*",$stash);

foreach my $c (@unstash) {
    last if $c eq 0;
    printf "%c",$c;
printf "\n";
---------------------unstash.pl end-----------------

perl unstash.pl key.sth
where key.sth is the stash file


dodger said...

Very useful for me!

jzomer said...

I explained it and created a Java version of this (Java is always available. Perl not)


Arjun Kalyan said...

Thanks !!!!

Superb. Its working for me.....

Jeevan said...

Thanks, it works fine.. Do we have a way to re-create a stash file through script instead of ikeyman ?

FranklySpeaking said...

Yes, you can create a stsh file using command line. I believe it's gskcapicmd.

Didier Arenzana said...

Thanks, neat!

I have made a one-liner version, if you can't (pr don't want to) create the unstash.pl file :

perl -C0 -n0xF5 -e 'print $_^"\xF5"x length."\n";exit' < key.sth

Mike Lothian said...

Have you had a look at the new V2 Stash file format? Is it just as easy to decode?