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algumacoisaaa

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Fri, 25 Jan 2019 @ 03:17:15

Hello Guys, i was backing up a db and noticed some strange hashs, could anyone give me a light ?
entries in the file bellow ( hashkiller didnt allowed me publish in the forum )

all the other fields were fine


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Fri, 25 Jan 2019 @ 04:09:34

MS Access databases also contain code, not only data.
Try to analyze VBA code and may be you'll find algorithm.


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Fri, 25 Jan 2019 @ 14:42:06

nick8606 said:

MS Access databases also contain code, not only data.
Try to analyze VBA code and may be you'll find algorithm.

Thx dude, I will give a try



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