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Hello everyone Smile

Im trying to understand more about hascat and im loving it so in this moment along this week im dealing with a very years old MyBB hash but I didnt get any result until now. Sad

Any of you boys can help me out and tell me what im doind wrong?

So here its the Masked details to not break forum rules:

password: "7abeaXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXb96d"
salt: "4qXXXXek"
and I added that to a file that I called Hash.txt like this: 7abeaXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXb96d:4qXXXXek
plus to help me out I made 2 big dictionary lists: words1.txt + words2.txt plus a recover file :recorver1.txt

So in the hascat i did try this:

...\hashcat-cli32.exe -m 2811 --attack-mode 0 Hash.txt Words1.txt --outfile recorver1.txt

No results with both big dictionary

So I did try another way:
...\hashcat-cli32.exe -m 2811 --attack-mode 1 Hash.txt Words1.txt Words2.txt --outfile recorver1.txt

and its running at more than 1 day now and recovered 0/1 hashes , 0/1 salt and no pass.

What Im doing wrong boys?
--attack-mode 1 works differently between GPU and CPU versions.

From: https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=combinator_attack

Quote:Combinator Attack Within (cpu) hashcat
Hashcat (or cpu hashcat, hashcat-cli*) does also support the combinator attack mode.
The only (and important) difference between combinator attacks within oclHashcat and hashcat is that cpu hashcat does the combination of the plains given in a single dictionary file (word list), while for oclHashcat you need to specify exactly 2 files.

This implies that one should specify only and exactly 1 (dictionary) file within the command line for hashcat (besides the hash file).

The combinator attack hence will combine each and every word within the single dictionary file.

hashcat-cli64 -m 0 -a 1 hash.txt dict.txt

So you'll need to drop one of the dictionaries from the command (or "uniquely" combine them into a single dictionary, Words3.txt):

hashcat-cli32.exe -m 2811 --attack-mode 1 Hash.txt Words3.txt --outfile recorver1.txt

And I'm not a boy.