Retrieve All Passwords With LaZagne Project

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The LaZagne project (A password recovery tool) is an open-source application used to retrieve lots of passwords stored on a local computer. Each software stores its passwords using different techniques (plaintext, APIs, custom algorithms, databases, etc.). This tool has been developed for the purpose of finding these passwords for the most commonly-used software.

Note: For WiFi passwords \ Windows Secrets, launch it with administrator privileges (UAC Authentication / sudo)

Download Windows Version – https://github.com/AlessandroZ/LaZagne/releases/download/1.1/Windows.zip

After completion of the download, extract the above file and run it with CMD with Administrative permissions and type: “laZagne.exe

Positional arguments: {chats,svn,all,wifi,mails,windows,database,sysadmin,browsers,games}

  • chats – Run chats module
  • svn – Run svn module
  • all – Run all modules
  • wifi – Run wifi module
  • mails – Run mails module
  • windows – Run windows module
  • database – Run database module
  • sysadmin – Run sysadmin module
  • browsers – Run browsers module
  • games – Run games module

To retrieve all passwords, type “laZagne.exe all

The above command will show you a welcome screen with all the options which you can easily use

  1. For fetching only Browsers password, type “laZagne.exe browsers
  2. For Specific Browser like Firefox, type “laZagne.exe browsers -f
  3. To write all passwords in a file, use (-w) attribute, like “laZagne.exe all -w
  4. For Bruteforce attack, you can even use your own dictionary file, type “laZagne.exe all -path file.txt
  5. For any kind of help, you can type “laZagne.exe -h

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