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    Thread: 7z2hashcat
Post: RE: 7z2hashcat

Damn, I now get "data length too long and it can't be truncated"
zeroprobe User Contributions 28 89,120 08-02-2016, 10:51 PM
    Thread: 7z2hashcat
Post: RE: 7z2hashcat

I receive this error when attempting to get the hash  "WARNING: only encoded headers are allowed if no raw header is present" EDIT: Fixed, I combined the multipart archive, installed a 64bit version...
zeroprobe User Contributions 28 89,120 08-01-2016, 05:15 PM
    Thread: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password
Post: RE: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password

atom Wrote: (06-26-2016, 10:14 AM) -- see here: Code: -- root@ht:~/hashcat# echo -n test | md5sum                                                               098f6bcd4621d373cade4e832627b4f6...
zeroprobe General Help 9 18,736 06-27-2016, 10:56 AM
    Thread: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password
Post: RE: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password

atom Wrote: (06-25-2016, 10:52 AM) -- why don't you just use -m 4700 -- Doesn't seem to crack with 4700. However taking off 1 character of the md5 password allows it. Are you able to test? Do yo...
zeroprobe General Help 9 18,736 06-25-2016, 01:56 PM
    Thread: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password
Post: RE: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password

zeroprobe Wrote: (06-23-2016, 02:16 PM) -- I split my MD5's in the middle. -- Combination won't work, too many combinations. I got mixed up. Is there any way to use a wordlist of md5 hashes as pass...
zeroprobe General Help 9 18,736 06-23-2016, 05:33 PM
    Thread: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password
Post: RE: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password

EDIT:
zeroprobe General Help 9 18,736 06-23-2016, 02:16 PM
    Thread: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password
Post: SHA1 - Unable to use MD5 as a password

Is it correct functionality of hashcat that a password of 32 characters (MD5) cannot be used for SHA1 in hashcat? I was trying to use md5's as potential passwords but found this limitation. Passwor...
zeroprobe General Help 9 18,736 06-23-2016, 10:28 AM
    Thread: DeHasher - a program to remove hashes from found lists
Post: RE: DeHasher - a program to remove hashes from fou...

v1.36 - Long number bug fix.
zeroprobe User Contributions 10 31,051 01-21-2014, 01:06 PM
    Thread: DeHasher - a program to remove hashes from found lists
Post: RE: DeHasher - a program to batch remove hashes fr...

I'm sorry lol :) I'm not a full time programmer and my code is embarrassing; I can usually get it to do what I want it to. I'm just most at ease in VB. I've added drag and drop support now so its ev...
zeroprobe User Contributions 10 31,051 01-15-2014, 01:40 AM
    Thread: DeHasher - a program to remove hashes from found lists
Post: DeHasher - a program to remove hashes from found l...

As I like collecting word lists, I wanted a tool to remove hashes from found files that still have the hashes intact. I couldn't find anything to do this so I made a program myself. Feedback is very ...
zeroprobe User Contributions 10 31,051 01-14-2014, 02:19 PM
    Thread: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?
Post: RE: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?

Yes it is, cracking using CPU's is very slow and not worth doing. I get 420K / sec with two 7970's and a 7850.
zeroprobe General Help 17 50,683 01-10-2014, 12:03 PM
    Thread: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?
Post: RE: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?

epixoip Wrote: (01-09-2014, 03:07 PM) -- the notion of an ISP handing out a wifi router is rather foreign to me. is this mostly practiced in Europe? the only ISP i know that does this in the US is AT...
zeroprobe General Help 17 50,683 01-09-2014, 03:32 PM
    Thread: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?
Post: RE: Brute forcing 5-12 character WPA in practice ?

Most default passwords are not alphanumeric and in my experience, 90% of passwords given out by the ISP's are never changed by the user. You need to research what each ISP uses. Most ISP's use 8 ch...
zeroprobe General Help 17 50,683 01-09-2014, 02:34 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: RE: Best price / performance crunching rig competi...

Just rechecked my power reading at full load and its 730 watt. The reading is using a device that plugs into the wall socket. So I should be able to go to 950 watt from the wall reading?
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 01-05-2014, 12:19 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: RE: Best price / performance crunching rig competi...

7970 1100 core / 950 / 1.18v 7970 1155 core / 950 / 1.17v 7850 1250 core / 1325 / 1.19v
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 01-04-2014, 12:59 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: RE: Best price / performance crunching rig competi...

KT819GM Wrote: (01-02-2014, 03:07 PM) -- Somehow your benchmarks look not right. SHA1 is too low comparing to WPA/WPA2 which is a bit too high :/ also your PSU run on +-MAX load, it's also not right,...
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 01-03-2014, 06:56 PM
    Thread: Note for web admin. I had to manually refresh to see 1.01
Post: Note for web admin. I had to manually refresh to s...

Just a pointer, as I've visited the site before my browser had cached v1.0 . I had to manually refresh to see v1.01. Maybe put this at the top of the html code to always refresh the version page.
zeroprobe General Help 1 6,184 01-01-2014, 01:30 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: RE: Best price / performance crunching rig competi...

Just looks dodgy with all the cables. 790 watts I believe it drew last time I checked.
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 12-31-2013, 10:46 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: RE: Best price / performance crunching rig competi...

Yep over clocked and 24/7 stable.
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 12-31-2013, 05:56 PM
    Thread: Best price / performance crunching rig competition
Post: Best price / performance crunching rig competition

I'll start with mine, CPU - £35 Intel Celeron G550 Motherboard - £70 Gigabyte Z77-DS3H Memory - £20 Corsair Value 2GB Power Supply - £84 XFX PRO850W 2x GPU - £500 2x Sapphire 7970 1x GPU -...
zeroprobe Hardware 14 30,632 12-31-2013, 12:27 PM