Reverse engineering of Obfuscated Code
I have a request here that most of you may find it strange but i need solution. The problem is i am using free Dell encryption software call EKM on one of my masters runnig NBU 18.104.22.168. Encryption software is set to encrypt the tapes at library level so its a libray based encryption. It has expired after 1095 days and now i can't login to the EKM server. I however manually copied the required backup files and reinstall the software replace the files with the backed up files but still can't login. If i dont put those file back to the location it allows me to login to the EKM server which means i can't restore the data from legacy tapes. i have done investigation and manage to open the backed up files to see if i can find the password string so that i could replace it with the new string so that i could log back into the server. I found three obfuscated codes two of them are key encyption password and one is SSL password and i have this feeling thats the password string that need decoding. Sorry for the long story but does any of you know how to decrypt the following obfuscated code into a human readable format.
ED08531E225550551E5D = ? ABCD ?