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How to know the actual password (not hashcode) of any user as a DBA [message #323306] Wed, 28 May 2008 02:45 Go to next message
raj_roshan_009
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Hi all,

How to know the actual password (not hashcode) of any user as a DBA in Oracle 9i or 10g.

or,

How to convert hashcode password to actual password of any user in Oracle 9i or 10g.

Thanks in Advance
Roshan.

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Re: How to know the actual password (not hashcode) of any user as a DBA [message #323346 is a reply to message #323306] Wed, 28 May 2008 04:41 Go to previous message
Michel Cadot
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Quote:
How to know the actual password (not hashcode) of any user as a DBA in Oracle 9i or 10g.

You can't, hopefully.

Quote:
How to convert hashcode password to actual password of any user in Oracle 9i or 10g.

You can't, hopefully.

Regards
Michel
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