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Hello, i wanna achieve this:

with maskprocessor and oclhashcat-plus i want to check my passwords which consists of random a-z characters followed by 2 digits. I wanna check passwords between length of 6-10 characters. I wanna use increment.
Is this the way to go?:

# mp64 --increment-min=6 --increment-max=10 ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?d?d | ./oclhashcat64.bin -m 1100 bla.hccap

I believe above is doing this?:


What i want:


Many thanx in advanced.
you need to specify each one separately then.


Thnx or reply.

Can't I use the increment option?
I don't wanna manually try a separate line of characters every night Wink
because increment works left to right. I'm sure you could use bash to do what you want
To fully utilize GPU, use separate lines.

Or at least, pipe the a-z part only and use rules on -plus's side.
mp64 --increment-min=6 ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l | -plus -r ./hybrid/append_d.rule -r ./hybrid/append_d.rule meow.hccap
Thnx for the reply. The last option works well!

Another question:

During cracking i press the "p" key, i thought it would pause thee process.
But nothing happens. Also pressing the "s" key for stopping doesn't work.

I use oclhashcat-plus.exe latest version (windows)

Why doesn't it pause ??

THNX in advanced,
-plus reads s or p from STDIN (user's input), and since STDIN is busy with mp64 there's no way to read user's input, so the status show every 10 secs automatically.

Again, the neatest, best way to do this is to use separate masks.
THNX for quick reply.

What do you mean with separate masks?
I'm now using you're suggested commandline.
-plus hccap ?l?d?d
-plus hccap ?l?l?d?d
-plus hccap ?l?l?l?d?d
-plus hccap ?l?l?l?l?d?d
-plus hccap ?l?l?l?l?l?d?d

Run one at a time.
Another option is to make a loop:

for /f %m in (masks.txt) do -plus hccap %m?d?d
Ok, i get it. Thnx for the advice.

I'm gonna try some stuff.

Question: can i make my own hashed password? So that i can test some words.
Ntlm-hashed, wpa-psk, etc.
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