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Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95


Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95: A Revolutionary Device for Sid Extraction and Measurement




Have you ever wondered what is the SID (Security Identifier) of your Windows account? Do you want to know how to extract it from a live system or an offline registry file? If yes, then you should try the Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95, a tool that allows you to do just that. In this article, we will introduce you to this amazing device and show you how to use it.


What is SID and why is it important?




SID stands for Security Identifier, a unique value that identifies a user or a group in Windows. Every account has a SID that is assigned by the system when the account is created. The SID is stored in the security database of the local computer or the domain controller, and it is used to control access to resources and objects. The SID is also embedded in the access tokens that are generated when a user logs on to the system. The access tokens contain information about the user's identity, privileges, and group memberships.


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The SID is important because it is the primary way of identifying a user or a group in Windows. The SID does not change even if the account name or the domain name changes. Therefore, it can be used to track the history and activities of an account across different systems and domains. The SID can also be used to grant or deny permissions to resources and objects based on the user's identity or group membership.


What is Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95 and how does it work?




Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95 is a tool that allows you to extract the SID of any Windows account from a live system or an offline registry file. It was developed by Hirup Motekar, a software engineer and security researcher who specializes in Windows internals and forensics. The tool is available for download from his website or from other sources . The tool is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2012, Server 2016, and Server 2019.


The tool works by scanning the SAM (Security Accounts Manager) registry hive, which contains information about the local users and groups on the system. The tool can scan the SAM hive from a live system or from an offline registry file that was extracted from another system or a backup image. The tool can also scan the SOFTWARE registry hive, which contains information about the domain users and groups on the system. The tool can scan the SOFTWARE hive from a live system or from an offline registry file that was extracted from another system or a backup image.


The tool displays the results in a table that shows the following information for each account:



  • File Name: The name of the registry file that was scanned.



  • File Path: The path of the registry file that was scanned.



  • Creation Date/Time: The date and time when the registry file was created.



  • Last Modification Date/Time: The date and time when the registry file was last modified.



  • File Size: The size of the registry file in bytes.



  • File Type: The type of the registry file (SAM or SOFTWARE).



  • Account Name: The name of the account.



  • SID: The SID of the account.



  • SID Type: The type of the SID (User or Group).



  • SID Length: The length of the SID in bytes.



  • SID Subauthority Count: The number of subauthorities in the SID.



  • SID Revision: The revision number of the SID.



  • SID Identifier Authority: The identifier authority value of the SID.



  • SID Subauthority Values: The subauthority values of the SID.




The tool also allows you to export the results to a CSV (Comma Separated Values) file for further analysis or reporting.


How to use Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95?




To use Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the tool from the website or from other sources . The tool is a ZIP file that contains the executable file and the user manual.



  • Extract the ZIP file to a folder of your choice.



  • Run the executable file as an administrator. You will see the main window of the tool.



  • Select the registry file that you want to scan. You can either drag and drop the file to the tool or click on the "Browse" button and navigate to the file. You can scan multiple files at once by selecting them all.



  • Click on the "Scan" button to start the scanning process. The tool will scan the selected files and display the results in a table.



  • Review the results and check for any errors or anomalies. You can sort, filter, search, copy, or delete the results as you wish.



  • If you want to export the results to a CSV file, click on the "Export" button and choose a location and a name for the file.



  • Close the tool when you are done.




Conclusion




Phoenix Sid Extractor V1.3 BETA-95 is a tool that allows you to extract the SID of any Windows account from a live system or an offline registry file. It is a useful tool for security professionals, system administrators, forensic analysts, and anyone who wants to know more about the Windows accounts and their SIDs. The tool is easy to use and provides detailed information about the accounts and their SIDs. The tool is also free and portable, so you can use it on any system without installation or registration. If you want to try this tool, you can download it from the website or from other sources .


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