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Hello guys.
I recently found out hashcat and I read alot about it, but I can't figure out how to make it decrypt SHA1(USERNAMETongueASSWORD) hashes.

I have list which looks like this:
Randomname | 117106**************************

The hashes are encrypted this way:
Quote:$hash = sha1(strtoupper($user).':'.strtoupper($pass));
Which mean for example if we got username: Test and password asdtest2 the hash will look like this: SHA1(TEST:ASDTEST2).
I guess I need to check only Uppercase A-Z, 0-9 and the special symbols like @!$%^, but I don't know how to make this settings.
so convert your users to upper, then use -m 120
Yeah, but where exacly I should write the hashes? As I know I should write them in the text file like this :

but salt also have ":"
if you think really really hard, you might realise you just answered your own question
Well then the hashfile should like like this:
Also how I can force hashcat to try only with uppercase chars, 0-9 and !@#$%^&*?
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