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    Thread: hashcat "not enough allocatable device memory for this attack"
Post: RE: hashcat "not enough allocatable device memory ...

An old limitation of OpenCL is that it can only allocate 1/4 of the total RAM in a single chunk, so as you can see, it says "178 MB allocatable" next to your "HD Graphics" device, which isn't really e...
penguinkeeper hashcat 4 4,706 02-12-2022, 03:09 AM
    Thread: Separator unmatched for hmac sha512
Post: RE: Separator unmatched for hmac sha512

Hashcat only supports keyed hmac, in this case, you didn't provide your Python code a key, so it has no key. For your hash, run -m 1750 and append a colon to the end and it'll crack it. Example comman...
penguinkeeper hashcat 3 3,120 12-11-2021, 04:14 AM
    Thread: Token processing question
Post: RE: Token processing question

Keyspace aside, I don't think any of the hashcat-util tools can handle that, but Linux's "paste" command can, with a command like: Code: -- paste file1 file2 file3 file4  -- etc which can then be ei...
penguinkeeper hashcat 7 4,945 12-05-2021, 02:54 PM
    Thread: Token processing question
Post: RE: Token processing question

Let's say 6 dict words, with 3 variations, that'd be 18 possible words per space, which would be 18^16, which is 121 quintillion, which is still way, way too high of a keyspace, even if you did have t...
penguinkeeper hashcat 7 4,945 12-05-2021, 02:43 PM
    Thread: Token processing question
Post: RE: Token processing question

Fair enough, how many possible words could there be, per position?
penguinkeeper hashcat 7 4,945 12-05-2021, 02:25 PM
    Thread: Token processing question
Post: RE: Token processing question

Assuming there's a possible wordlist of 2048 different words (BIP39) and 16 places for those words to go, that'd mean you had 2048 ^ 16 possible combinations, which is roughly equivalent to 96 sexdeci...
penguinkeeper hashcat 7 4,945 12-05-2021, 02:21 PM
    Thread: 6 digit password recovery for mega folder
Post: RE: 6 digit password recovery for mega folder

Hashcat only does offline attacks on hashes and can't do online stuff like mega.nz password bruteforcing
penguinkeeper hashcat 1 1,925 12-05-2021, 02:15 PM
    Thread: Large dictionary
Post: RE: Large dictionary

Hashcat doesn't load the wordlist into memory almost at all, so even if you have a 100GB wordlist, it'll still work just fine. Only if you have a huge amount of rules (Millions) then it could start fi...
penguinkeeper hashcat 2 2,300 12-04-2021, 01:27 PM
    Thread: Looking for LHR 3060 Ti benchmark
Post: RE: Looking for LHR 3060 Ti benchmark

its5q Wrote: (08-13-2021, 02:25 AM) -- penguinkeeper Wrote: (08-13-2021, 02:23 AM) -- its5q Wrote: (08-13-2021, 02:12 AM) -- Chick3nman Wrote: (08-13-2021, 01:55 AM) -- We haven't seen any indicat...
penguinkeeper Hardware 9 9,987 08-13-2021, 02:27 AM
    Thread: Looking for LHR 3060 Ti benchmark
Post: RE: Looking for LHR 3060 Ti benchmark

its5q Wrote: (08-13-2021, 02:12 AM) -- Chick3nman Wrote: (08-13-2021, 01:55 AM) -- We haven't seen any indication of LHR affecting hashcat speeds. So far it looks like if it doesnt effect anything, ...
penguinkeeper Hardware 9 9,987 08-13-2021, 02:23 AM
    Thread: Converting Salt to HEX?
Post: RE: Converting Salt to HEX?

Hashcat already natively supports delimiters within salts, however, if you really want to hex your salts, I made a quick and dirty Python3 script for ya. https://github.com/PenguinKeeper7/Helpful-Stu...
penguinkeeper hashcat 2 3,112 04-30-2021, 02:33 AM
    Thread: Hashcat is showing as exhausted for rule based mode
Post: RE: Hashcat is showing as exhausted for rule based...

According to Hashcat, you're running at 2,693,600 hashes per second. With a wordlist that has 14,344,384 lines, that makes for 5.32 seconds, which is perfectly in line with the reported 6 seconds. Chi...
penguinkeeper hashcat 4 4,650 04-30-2021, 02:05 AM