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How to extract Facebook messenger password

I would like to ask you how can i see the stored password of FB messenger on my phone.

What i already tried:

  • Password reset did not work since the mail that was used is blocked and the phone number is in the bottom of the sea so no access there too.

  • It is not logged on with another website or application to get the password from there

  • Facebook support do not reply to the requests to reset the password

Please let me know what else i can try to find my saved password.

Thank you.

How to extract part of url parameter for search

Background

I have a site that stores archived data extracted from an old application environment (Lotus/IBM Notes). The data is stored as lots of individual .pdf files, 1 per record from the old application. Lotus Notes provided a ‘doclink’ feature that creates links between records, in the extracted .pdf files these are represented as URL links. Unfortunately the links don’t work because they just reference the GUID of the record rather than the filename of the .pdf.

Example

Link is: http://server/site/content/4A2581B4000053274A25797C002B23F8.pdf

PDF is at: http://server/site/content/Application A – Descriptive Filename(4A2581B4000053274A25797C002B23F8).pdf

When clicking on a link you are taken to the 404 ‘Page Not Found’ page.

Solution

I’d like to customise this page to include a ‘Search Results’ web part with a query that just searches for that GUID.

I’ve managed to create a custom 404 page with the ‘Search Results’ web part, but cannot find a way to extract just the GUID value from the url parameter [requestUrl] that is passed to the 404 page.

Question

Is it possible to perform any text parsing on the query string parameters to help filter out the GUID?

Unable to extract IP camera firmware

I am trying to extract the firmware for a Panasonic WV-S2131L. It comes as a .zip file that contains a .img file. I have tried many methods to try to analyze this file and I have found nothing of value.

Binwalk returned absolutely nothing

xxd at least gave me back the firmware version

xxd -a s1131_402ES.img | head 00000000: 342e 3032 4530 0000 302e 3030 0000 0000 4.02E0..0.00.... 00000010: 1314 0000 1314 0000 0004 0000 8000 b003 ................ 00000020: 1f06 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 ................ 00000030: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 8000 ................ 00000040: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 8000 0000 2003 .............. . 00000050: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 a003 9601 0000 ................ 00000060: 0100 0000 0000 0000 0100 0000 0000 0000 ................ 00000070: 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 0000 797d ..............y} 00000080: 5e12 3e81 1370 6400 a6fa c4e5 058b 3136 ^.>..pd.......16 00000090: 5630 f8f0 2878 5f56 7788 279b a597 114c V0..(x_Vw.'....L

A complete hex dump revealed no recognizable string

FDisk said there was no recognizable file system

7zip thinks it’s corrupt

I am completely stumped. I just want to view the filesystem, how can I achieve this?

Extract all GPU name, model and GPU ram

I currently use this code to extract the required GPU data. Can you review this method for efficiency or best coding practices?

Code

def gpu_check():     gpu_ouy =["fu","7"]     gpu_a =""     gpu_b =""     ass   = str(c.Win32_VideoController()[0])     asss  = str(c.Win32_VideoController()[1])     aq = ass.split()     for x in range(len(c.Win32_VideoController())):         ass   = str(c.Win32_VideoController()[x])         saa = ass.split()         saa.remove("instance")             saa.remove("of")             saa.remove("Win32_VideoController")           saa.remove("{")             saa.remove("AdapterCompatibility")               saa.remove("AdapterDACType")          while "=" in saa:             saa.remove("=")           saa.remove("};")         saa.remove("SystemName")         saa.remove("Description")         saa.remove("InstalledDisplayDrivers")         saa.remove("DeviceID")         saa.remove("DriverDate")         saa.remove("Name")         saa.remove("Status")         saa.remove("Caption")         saa.remove("InfFilename")         saa.remove("ConfigManagerUserConfig")         saa.remove("ConfigManagerErrorCode")         saa.remove("InfSection")         saa.remove("DriverVersion")         if "CurrentScanMode" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentScanMode")           saa.remove("SystemCreationClassName")             saa.remove("CreationClassName")                   if "CurrentRefreshRate" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentRefreshRate")          if "CurrentHorizontalResolution" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentHorizontalResolution")                 if "CurrentVerticalResolution" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentVerticalResolution")            if "CurrentNumberOfColors" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentNumberOfColors")                    if "MinRefreshRate" in saa:             saa.remove("MinRefreshRate")                      if 'colors";' in saa:             saa.remove('colors";')                            if "CurrentBitsPerPixel" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentBitsPerPixel")               if "MaxRefreshRate" in saa:             saa.remove("MaxRefreshRate")                       saa.remove("VideoProcessor")                 saa.remove("PNPDeviceID")                    if "CurrentNumberOfColumns" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentNumberOfColumns")              if "CurrentNumberOfRows" in saa:             saa.remove("CurrentNumberOfRows")                  saa.remove("Monochrome")               saa.remove("Availability")                del saa[5]         if '"Integrated' in saa:             saa.remove('"Integrated')           if '"Internal";' in saa:             saa.remove('"Internal";')                 if 'VideoModeDescription' in saa:             saa.remove('VideoModeDescription')                      saa.remove('AdapterRAM')             if 'RAMDAC";' in saa:             saa.remove('RAMDAC";')             sqa =int(((int(str(saa[1]).replace(";",""))/1024)/1024)/1000)                               saa[1] = sqa                 else:             sqa =int(((int(str(saa[2]).replace(";",""))/1024)/1024)/1000)               saa[2] = sqa         if 'Corporation";' in saa:             saa.remove('Corporation";')                     while "FALSE;" in saa:             saa.remove("FALSE;")            gpu_a =""         gpu_b =""         if saa[6] =="0;":              gpu_a = str(saa[2]).replace('"',"")+" "+saa[3]+" "+saa[4]+" "+str(saa[5]).replace('";',"")+" "+str(saa[1])+" GB"             gpu_ouy[0] = str(gpu_a)         else:             gpu_b = str(saa[2]).replace('"',"")+" "+saa[3]+" "+saa[4]+" "+str(saa[5]).replace('";',"")+" "+str(saa[6]).replace('";',"")+" "+str(saa[1])+" GB"             gpu_ouy[1] = gpu_b     return gpu_ouy 

How to Extract boot.img from Sharp Z3 Fs8009?

I’d like to extract the boot.img from this device in order to root it with Magisk. Is it possible with adb commands? Or another way maybe?

The firmware on it is 00WW_1_310 global version, and I can’t find a place to download it and extract the boot.img. The only link that had it is dead.

There’s no custom recovery, the bootloader is locked but there’s a way to unlock it with ntool.

Thanks for any help

Is there any method to extract charts from excel using NPOI?

Is there any method to extract charts from excel using NPOI, or to extract the XML code and parse it into a word document ? I don’t find any support to extract the xml or the chart, i need the chart object the solution with image don’t work, i can’t use the microsoft office interop. Or is there any free lib that can do this ?

Extract Common Data From List of Objects

I have a list of orders and for some order fields I need get the data that is common among the orders. If the data is not in common, I should indicate null. I collect the common data in a CommonData object. In addition, I also store the order codes and order ids associated with the CommonData.

I have two approaches that I’m considering:

Approach 1:

public CommonData getCommonData(List<Order> orders) {            Order firstOrder = order.get(0);      LocalDate commonStartDate = firstOrder.getStartDate();     LocalDate commonEndDate = firstOrder.getEndDate();     List<Item> commonItems = firstOrder.getItems();      CommonData commonData= new CommonData();      for (Order order : orders) {          commonData.addCode(order.getCode());         commonData.addId(order.getId());          if (commonStartDate != null &&                 !commonStartDate.equals(order.getStartDate())) {             commonStartDate = null;         }          if (commonEndDate != null &&                 !commonEndDate.equals(order.getEndDate())) {             commonEndDate = null;         }          if (!equalLists(commonItems, order.getItems())) {             commonData.setDifferentItems(true);             commonItems = null;         }     }      commonData.setCommonStartDate(commonStartDate);     commonData.setCommonEndDate(commonEndDate);     commonData.setCommonItems(commonItems);     return commonData; } 

Approach 2:

private boolean haveSameDate(List<Order> orders,          Function<Order,LocalDate> getDate) {      return orders.stream()             .map(getDate)             .distinct()             .limit(2)             .count() == 1; }  public CommonData getCommonData(List<Order> orders) {            CommonData commonData = new CommonData();      if (haveSameDate(orders,              Order::getStartDate)) {         commonData.setCommonStartDate(orders.get(0).getStartDate());     }      if (haveSameDate(orders,              Order::getEndDate)) {         commonData.setCommonEndDate(orders.get(0).getEndDate());     }      commonData.setCodes(             orders.stream()                 .map(order -> order.getCode())                 .collect(Collectors.toList()));      commonData.setIds(             orders.stream()                 .map(order -> order.getId())                 .collect(Collectors.toList()));      List<Item> firstOrderItems = orders.get(0).getItems();      if (orders.stream()         .map(Order::getItems)         .allMatch(x -> equalLists(x,firstOrderItems))) {                      commonData.setCommonItems(firstOrderItems);     } else {         commonData.setDifferentItems(true);     }      return commonData; } 

Even though approach 2 involves multiple iterations over orders, the order and item lists will always be small.

In approach 2, having operations on one piece of data is in one spot within the method but it is scattered in approach 1. Approach 1 also has negative logic. Approach 2 is more complex in finding common order items.

Can approach 1 be redesigned to have the benefits of approach 2 (such as remove negative logic and keep operations on a piece of data in a single spot)? Or should approach 2 be used and perhaps be improved to better handle finding common order items?

extract if_index wihtout grep from scutil –dns

I am using grep command to extract active interfaces from the output of scutil command with --dns option.

scutil --dns | grep 'if_index' 

I am suspecting if in user machine with different system language(spanish,chines etc) the text ‘if_index’ will change and above mentioned command will not produce the right result. Is my suspection right? If so could someone tell what is the right way to perform above operation?