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How to recover deleted /etc/shadow

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This method teaches a few tricks that might just have other uses.
Even if you boot in single user mode it will ask root password for maintenance, and just imagine you do not have a backup of /etc/shadow file. How will you fix such problem in a production environment where time is critical factor? Relax here I will explain how to recover deleted /etc/shadow file in five easy steps. It will take around 10 min. to fix problem.
 read more | score:8011 | -Ray, December 23, 2005
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