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Claim to recover FileMaker "one-way hash" passwords

Question asked by eric on Jun 3, 2014
Latest reply on Jan 29, 2016 by CarstenLevin

The FileMaker Security Guide says:

"Passwords are stored using a one-way hash, meaning the password can be encrypted but never decrypted. Therefore it is only possible to reset a password and not recover a password."

Yet a number of applications claim to be able to recover FileMaker passwords, even .fmp12.


Which is true?