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    Thread: Suggesting Hash_ID when closing threads which ask for hash type.
Post: Suggesting Hash_ID when closing threads which ask ...

Hello, just a quick thought. I've seen many threads closed asking for a hash identification. I understand they need top be closed because of rules, but maybe you could at the same time suggest Hash...
Socapex General Talk 2 8,536 10-11-2013, 03:28 AM
    Thread: hashes.org
Post: RE: hashes.org

Awesome website, check it out!
Socapex General Talk 5 14,422 10-05-2013, 09:24 PM
    Thread: Cracking utf-8 encoded passwords with mask-attack
Post: RE: Cracking utf-8 encoded passwords with mask-att...

Very interesting indeed. I use only UTF8 multi-language lists, but a UTF8 bruteforce would be quite a nice feature I guess. Though it would double the keyspace. Imagine training your markov mode in mu...
Socapex User Contributions 5 17,479 10-05-2013, 09:22 PM
    Thread: Passwords^12 - program & registration
Post: RE: Passwords^12 - program & registration

Congratulations! I'm so glad you guys will be filming the whole, it is very much appreciated. I'm going through some archives right now.
Socapex Organisation and Events 9 24,053 11-02-2012, 01:30 AM
    Thread: oclHashcat-plus v0.09 Poll 1/3: Next major feature
Post: RE: oclHashcat-plus v0.09 Poll 1/3: Next major fea...

@tony, hashcat works great on a mac. Use wine and add an alias to your bash_profile. I haven't tested ocl though, that would most likely take a huge hit. That's what bootcamp is for :)
Socapex Organisation and Events 23 64,297 06-20-2012, 06:31 AM
    Thread: Working with tab/comma/pipe delimited files (more sed).
Post: RE: Working with tab/comma/pipe delimited files (m...

Thanks for the help M@lik, yet another tool to learn :) Awk is definitely better suited for this.
Socapex General Talk 5 19,716 06-19-2012, 11:38 PM
    Thread: Working with tab/comma/pipe delimited files (more sed).
Post: Working with tab/comma/pipe delimited files (more ...

So I've been working on a world-wide country, city, town, geographical feature (lake, ponds, reserves, parks, hotels, etc.) wordlist. Now I wasn't sure if I should write this new thread, and please At...
Socapex General Talk 5 19,716 06-18-2012, 06:45 AM
    Thread: Positive Hack Days - Hash Runner (writeup)
Post: RE: Positive Hack Days - Hash Runner (writeup)

Playing chiptunes!
Socapex Organisation and Events 7 43,595 06-18-2012, 01:34 AM
    Thread: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file wordlist (sed & grep).
Post: RE: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file ...

Thanks for going through everything, this is awesome. I love me some command learning, so powerful :D So I shouldn't be using -r, I misunderstood that parameter (I actually don't need grep). It will d...
Socapex General Talk 12 36,425 06-14-2012, 09:37 PM
    Thread: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file wordlist (sed & grep).
Post: RE: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file ...

Wow! I'm just starting with sed & grep. I'm no bash voodoo but I try to get around. So if I get this straight your finding every regular file in a directory, using sed your identifying the correct lin...
Socapex General Talk 12 36,425 06-14-2012, 07:52 PM
    Thread: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file wordlist (sed & grep).
Post: Extracting the passwords from a multiple file word...

Hello everybody. Lets say you "hypothetically" encounter a wordlist that not only is made up of many files, but ("hypothetically") contains a lot of other information about users (lets say it's a "hyp...
Socapex General Talk 12 36,425 06-14-2012, 05:45 PM
    Thread: ULM Replacement ?
Post: RE: ULM Replacement ?

Something really bad happened so the thread will have to wait just a bit... :( But I cant wait to share the stuff. PS. Wine + laptop = sad user & wallet... I'll be back with a new decent rig! See y...
Socapex General Talk 18 46,897 06-12-2012, 05:58 AM
    Thread: ULM Replacement ?
Post: RE: ULM Replacement ?

So sed and grep are in Cygwin, but not sort nor uniq (from what I've searched in the package list).
Socapex General Talk 18 46,897 06-11-2012, 03:38 AM
    Thread: Word List Downloads
Post: RE: Word List Downloads

OMG thanks for the scripts! French lists are so hard to find (where accents weren't screwed up). This is very kind :) I'll definitely share my french dict with correct UTF-8 accents when it's done. ...
Socapex User Contributions 19 924,775 06-11-2012, 01:53 AM
    Thread: ULM Replacement ?
Post: RE: ULM Replacement ?

I'm just getting into sed & grep right now, might be posting some more stuff. But it kinda sucks if they're not available on windows :/. Sed uses regular expressions (I just removed leading & trailing...
Socapex General Talk 18 46,897 06-11-2012, 01:42 AM
    Thread: Word List Downloads
Post: RE: Word List Downloads

Thanks so much for taking the time, some pretty good stuff in there (can't wait to check out Naxxatoe, hopefully it's good).
Socapex User Contributions 19 924,775 06-10-2012, 11:54 PM
    Thread: ULM Replacement ?
Post: RE: ULM Replacement ?

Hey there, I did see your wordlist post and it helped me getting back up and running A LOT! Thanks so much for that :) I thought you were on Linux, sorry about that. What the Occurrence sorting doe...
Socapex General Talk 18 46,897 06-10-2012, 11:14 PM
    Thread: ULM Replacement ?
Post: RE: ULM Replacement ?

Hello, first post on these forums! Thanks for the General Talk section I think it's a great idea especially for shy people like me. Have you tried l517 (http://code.google.com/p/l517/)? It's for Wi...
Socapex General Talk 18 46,897 06-10-2012, 12:59 AM