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Subject: How to recover CGI args from file name?
Author: Alain Desilets
Date: 02/06/2012 15:25
 
I am using the -N "%h%p/%n.%t%q" option.

When Httrack saves the content of scripts with options, it creates a file name
that has the script arguments encrypted as an MD5 string.

Now I need to determine what the original URL was, for a given file. But from
I can see, MD5 is a one-way encryption algorithm, meaning you can't recover
the original text from a MD5 encrypted string.

So, my question is: is there a way to recover the cgi-args that lead to the
creation of a given file for a script?
Thx.

Alain D├ęsilets
 
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