Totally confused by this Cisco password format:
enable password level 15 encrypted 382fda4a4a26e6637edac0eb8b8ba4581087d32d
Overall string is 40 bytes long:
$ echo -n 382fda4a4a26e6637edac0eb8b8ba4581087d32d | wc -c 40
Example of configs with these hashes can be see e.g. here.
No special characters except for (a-z0-9). It does not fall under any of Type X Cisco password taxonomy (Types 0,4,5,7,8,9). Hashcat does not include any available cracking mode for it.
What kind of woodo is that? Is is secure? Should I be worried that original password string may be recovered.