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    Thread: Isn't there anyone who could have tested an RX 5700 XT with myROCm on linux
Post: RE: Isn't there anyone who could have tested an RX...

undeath Wrote: (12-27-2019, 01:00 PM) -- There is no source code in this repository but a compiled binary available for download. So much for open source lol. -- Not just hypocritical, but most dan...
Kryczek Hardware 7 9,090 01-17-2020, 02:54 PM
    Thread: Is there something wrong with my system?
Post: RE: Is there something wrong with my system?

Haha yeah, "AMD RS780" got me confused for a moment since there are AMD RX480, 580, etc GPUs... The ATI (before the rebranding in 2010) RS780 from 2008 is indeed a bit out of date :P Are you sure t...
Kryczek hashcat 3 3,244 11-28-2019, 10:28 AM
    Thread: brute force with 11 length password(MD4)
Post: RE: brute force with 11 length password(MD4)

It was working! You just needed to let it run 91 days. Can you be more specific about "lower case +number": does it mean [a-z]{10}[0-9] or is it really that each of the 11 characters can be either ...
Kryczek hashcat 9 8,452 11-25-2019, 02:03 PM
    Thread: Litecoin asic L3+ and Scrypt hash
Post: RE: Litecoin asic L3+ and Scrypt hash

Basically maximum performance requires minimum flexibility and vice versa: * ASICs are the fastest because they are chips designed specifically for one task and one task only * GPUs are fast as long...
Kryczek hashcat 3 3,220 11-25-2019, 01:57 PM
    Thread: Run a benchmark
Post: RE: Run a benchmark

You need to take your command prompt (cd C:\some\path) to where you extracted the hashcat archive, or specify the path to that executable as part of the command line like C:\some\path\hashcat64.exe -b
Kryczek hashcat 2 8,924 11-25-2019, 01:47 PM
    Thread: Equipment that mines at 1.6gh/s true?
Post: RE: Equipment that mines at 1.6gh/s true?

No, it's a special chip designed to run Bitcoin's algorithm (mostly SHA256 if I remember correctly) as quickly as possible and nothing else.
Kryczek Hardware 2 3,463 11-04-2019, 02:05 PM
    Thread: multiple DES cipher same plain
Post: RE: multiple DES cipher same plain

Hi, I am not sure I understand the question either but I think you might be referring to the fact that the more hashes/ciphertexts you load, the slower Hashcat gets? This is normal :) Because wi...
Kryczek hashcat 7 6,055 11-04-2019, 09:54 AM
    Thread: Creating Custom Password List
Post: RE: Creating Custom Password List

For example with Bash: $ for WLAN_MAC in 112233445566 112233abcdef 112233abcde0; do ETH_MAC=`printf '%x' $(( 0x$WLAN_MAC - 1 ))`; echo $ETH_MAC | cut -c 3-; done 2233445565 2233abcdee 2233abcddf...
Kryczek General Talk 6 5,347 10-24-2019, 11:47 AM
    Thread: Hashcat sees my GPU but not my CPU
Post: RE: Hashcat sees my GPU but not my CPU

Since when do chickens have jobs, let alone know how to use computers? I question your knowledge of ADM and Nivida/Nivdia hardware on Unbuntu... And that Adom guy, what does he know about Hashcat anyw...
Kryczek hashcat 20 16,788 10-14-2019, 12:28 PM
    Thread: Graphic card or cloud computing
Post: RE: Graphic card or cloud computing

Also avoid buying AMD cards for Hashcat, or really research the subject (benchmarks and "PCIe atomics" especially) if you absolutely want to. See for example: https://hashcat.net/forum/archive/i...
Kryczek hashcat 3 3,438 10-11-2019, 10:53 AM
    Thread: 2080 super vs 2080ti
Post: RE: 2080 super vs 2080ti

Why replace the FE cards? :)
Kryczek Hardware 4 5,292 10-08-2019, 09:41 AM
    Thread: AMD GPU and opencl
Post: RE: AMD GPU and opencl

What warnings/errors do you get?
Kryczek hashcat 1 1,943 10-07-2019, 10:44 PM
    Thread: GPU not utilised
Post: RE: GPU not utilised

As you can see at the beginning Hashcat skipped your integrated graphics and CPU but did not skip your GPU, then towards the end you can see it used your GPU at 90%.
Kryczek hashcat 4 5,064 10-07-2019, 10:40 PM
    Thread: core speed limitation - overclocking
Post: RE: core speed limitation - overclocking

Be careful with overclocking and intense workloads: Many consumer-grade graphics cards are not designed to be running at 100% for a long time but instead are expected to often have the opportunity ...
Kryczek hashcat 4 3,774 09-27-2019, 08:55 AM
    Thread: Titan Xp benchmark
Post: RE: Titan Xp benchmark

Message was too long for one post, here is the OpenCL part: hashcat --benchmark --benchmark-all --optimized-kernel-enable --workload-profile=4 -d 2 Code: -- hashcat (v5.1.0-1397-g7f4df9eb) star...
Kryczek Hardware 1 2,670 09-23-2019, 10:28 PM
    Thread: Titan Xp benchmark
Post: Titan Xp benchmark

Hi! Not a new card, but there does not seem to be a Titan Xp (not to be confused with the Titan XP aka Titan X Pascal) benchmark online so here is a full one for completeness and ease of access...
Kryczek Hardware 1 2,670 09-23-2019, 10:26 PM
    Thread: GTX 1060 3Gb
Post: RE: GTX 1060 3Gb

Please post the command line and the whole output. Also, you might be interested in https://hashcat.net/forum/archive/index.php?thread-7695.html
Kryczek Hardware 8 6,482 09-19-2019, 05:29 PM
    Thread: Building password list
Post: RE: Building password list

Ar76 Wrote: (09-05-2019, 05:00 PM) -- Code: -- #include #include int main(){ FILE *FP; int i=0; char buffer[20]; sprintf(buffer, "combos.text", i); fp=fopen(buffer, "w"); for(i=0; i
Kryczek hashcat 21 17,660 09-06-2019, 01:23 PM
    Thread: Hash benchmark slower than expected
Post: RE: Hash benchmark slower than expected

What GPU, what algorithm, what speed?
Kryczek hashcat 1 1,842 09-05-2019, 04:21 PM
    Thread: Found a password - Recovered ?
Post: RE: Found a password - Recovered ?

It stops when all (just 1 in your case) hashes have been cracked, otherwise it prints the hash and cleartext on the screen while running
Kryczek hashcat 9 8,771 09-03-2019, 11:53 AM