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RE: Value of pwmax must be smaller or equal to 32  rico  12072015 (12072015, 11:39 AM)Bleze Wrote: which math field do I need to know? Multiplication and comprehension of the resulting mindbendingly large number of 10 to the power of 77. And that time is finite. RE: Value of pwmax must be smaller or equal to 32  epixoip  12072015 Just basic, elementary maths. Keyspace for this attack is 16^64. Fastest GPU (Titan X) can crack sha256 at 2.2 GH/s. This means you would need 1.6x10^54 Titan X GPUs to crack this password in one million years. And you're trying to do it with a single CPU. Is that enough to convince you that it is impossible? RE: Value of pwmax must be smaller or equal to 32  rico  12072015 To be fair, there's a 50:50 chance it'll only take those cards half a million years, not the full million. 