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Old 10-21-2004, 07:43 PM   #1
hansschmucker
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Dump all uploaded data to stdout or file (DSL, PPPoE)


I guess this is a problem that many network admins have already faced... but I just can't find any docu about (And, as a Linux newbie, I'm not yet able to figure it out myself).

Here's the situation why I need it:
I've lost my password to an FTP account, however it is still saved (encrypted) by my FTP program... Problem is, I need the password for a second application, but I can't retrieve it from the encrypted settings file.

However, the password is sent in plaintext during FTP login... so, monitoring my uploads during login should show it. In case this is important: I'm on DSL using PPPoE

Any help would be highly appreciated
Hans Schmucker
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