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Toughbook Hacker v1

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Weird, I'm just fiddling with the data Tsupper356 posted and the XOR key is 64 bytes but your xored result is 62 bytes. Are you missing some bytes? Also, I can see a pattern if you shift a nibble to the right then you have plenty 00h every other bytes to remove and gives me "0D 01 C3 08 B9 A6 BB C5 E2 4C F8 21 4F 06 B0 19 45 4C 5C 81" which I cannot make more sense for now. Since I think we're missing 2 bytes...it might be incomplete. Am I talking bs?
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I re-xor'd it and this is the result maybe this will help? I haven't had the chance to figure out how to get a bios dump yet
d000100c3000800b900a600bb00c500e2004c00f80021004f000600b000190045004c005c0081000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
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IF is this algorithm SHA1 then should be like that  BIOS string ----> SHA1, after you can search this sha1  in SHA1 database.
Here is an example of SHA1 format 1ecf0d3b91a10748bf035efdc0fad552aefe2ade 
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Here is my C2's ROM File, Thank you!
EDIT2: Thanks there it really is now.

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C2Rom.txt

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(02-21-2020, 09:52 PM)fang88 Wrote: IF is this algorithm SHA1 then should be like that  BIOS string ----> SHA1, after you can search this sha1  in SHA1 database.
Here is an example of SHA1 format 1ecf0d3b91a10748bf035efdc0fad552aefe2ade 


Yes it is a SH1 Hash and it is (d01c308b9a6bbc5e24cf8214f06b019454c5c810) That being said. It's time to just wipe that out. It would be to time consuming to even try at it. I mean if there why something worth it to guess the hashed password then you could try. But in this case wipe it out and go on.
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How would I go about wiping the password out?
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I have a CF-53 with a password in the bios. I can enter the bios but I cannot change any option since it asks me for a password when trying to change some value.

Is there a way to erase it?
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I have an old CF-18 locked with a BIOS password. I made a dump file using Universal BIOS Backup ToolKit 2.0.

Is there a way to extract the password and retrieve it using Panasonic BIOS Recovering Tool?
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Nevermind got it to work
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