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Section - 2.02 - What is NOVELBFH.EXE?

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    NOVELBFH, Novell Brute Force Hacker, is a program written by
    DGE Alofs in Holland. It is a menu driven program that attempts
    to crack accounts by using the verify password function and
    trying various guesses for password.

    The password checking is done using the unencrypted password call,
    so this program can be rendered useless on NetWare 3 by disabling
    the unencrypted password call at the server (this is the default).
    

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