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Depends on the password.  If it's a website, most sites use SSL these days - so the data is encrypted even if you managed to get hold of the packet(s) that contains credentials.


If you're on an wired network, it's unlikely you'll be able to sniff packets of other machines unless you're both connected to an ancient hub of some sort - not a switch.  If it's WPA/WPA2 wireless network - best you'll get is the 4 way handshake, which you'd then have to bruteforce - again, because it's encrypted.

Edited by F0x3nB0x3n
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