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Bug in SHA512 (Unix) Hashcat? - MuMMeL - 07-25-2012 10:22 PM
My Problem ist the Attack of this Hash Value (Ubuntu 12.04)
The Password Structure is unknown and the User "oh-lala" died last Week.
My loooong Dictionary Attack was useless.
PasswordsPro said the Password is "4rfvbgt5" but it is wrong.
I install a Ubuntu 12.04 in a virtual Maschine and setup a Test User
The Password is "12345"
i tried a short Dictionary with "12345" inside and Hashcat cant find it?
A Bruteforce Attack was also unsuccessful.
The Hashcat Settings:
hashcat-cli32.exe --hash-mode 1800 --attack-mode 3 c:\Path\testershadow.txt ?d?d?d?d?d
Is everything wrong or I've misunderstood something?
Use Ubuntu a different kind of Hash?
I love Hashcat
Sorry for my really bad English
RE: Bug in SHA512 (Unix) Hashcat? - atom - 07-25-2012 10:27 PM
There is a bug in sha512crypt which is already fixed in a beta version. If you have urgent need for it I can give you access, otherwise please wait for the release. Thanks for report!
RE: Bug in SHA512 (Unix) Hashcat? - undeath - 07-25-2012 10:36 PM
can confirm this problem with latest beta
RE: Bug in SHA512 (Unix) Hashcat? - atom - 07-30-2012 11:03 AM
Hey undeath, new beta is up, please retry