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    Thread: Better leet.table file for Table-Lookup mode
Post: RE: Better leet.table file for Table-Lookup mode

hehe you must be using a beta version of yours again ;) Here is what I get with a stock hashcat-0.37 (did not modified anything): Code: -- $ echo password > word $ ./hashcat-cli64.bin --stdout...
lanjelot Old hashcat Support 3 12,379 10-29-2011, 12:32 PM
    Thread: Better leet.table file for Table-Lookup mode
Post: Better leet.table file for Table-Lookup mode

The table-lookup mode is great to produce all the leet possibilites of one word, but the leet.table file from hashcat-0.37 is not right. If you enable debug mode, you will see that the word "passwo...
lanjelot Old hashcat Support 3 12,379 10-28-2011, 04:00 PM
    Thread: [split] [split] oclHashcat v0.26 - not cracking ntlm hashes
Post: RE: [split] [split] oclHashcat v0.26 - not crackin...

I have the exact same issue. Env: Linux 2.6.32-26-server #48-Ubuntu SMP Wed Nov 24 10:28:32 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux nVidia GTX 460 with nvidia-current 280.13-0ubuntu1~lucid~xup1
lanjelot Very old oclHashcat Support 9 32,770 10-14-2011, 05:13 PM
    Thread: A more effective leetspeak rule file for oclHashcat-plus
Post: RE: A more effective leetspeak rule file for oclHa...

Sure, i'm ok with it ;) cheers!
lanjelot User Contributions 3 17,410 09-12-2011, 10:06 AM
    Thread: A more effective leetspeak rule file for oclHashcat-plus
Post: A more effective leetspeak rule file for oclHashca...

A more complete set of leet rules that some people may find useful. Please read instructions into the source code of attached file.[hr] If you are using hashcat (eg. hashcat-0.37), you should use t...
lanjelot User Contributions 3 17,410 09-11-2011, 04:11 PM
    Thread: oclHashcat-plus silently truncates password candidates to 15 characters
Post: RE: oclHashcat-plus silently truncates password ca...

What version were you using? Me, I don't have the "Password lengths range: 1 - 15" message you have! :) Maybe it's because you are on Windows wheras I am on Linux. Anyway, using oclHashcat-plus-0.05,...
lanjelot Feature Requests 4 15,336 09-11-2011, 03:40 PM
    Thread: [hashcat-0.37] bug in substitute rule
Post: [hashcat-0.37] bug in substitute rule

When a substitute rule (eg. sa@) would not change anything to a word candidate (eg. "secret" does not have any 'a'), hashcat outputs a weird/unpredictible word, although it should skip the word instea...
lanjelot Old hashcat Support 1 7,350 09-11-2011, 12:03 AM
    Thread: oclHashcat-plus silently truncates password candidates to 15 characters
Post: oclHashcat-plus silently truncates password candid...

While conducting a pentest, I needed to crack a super-admin hash, so I ran oclHashcat-plus on a small wordlist with very efficient rules, no luck. Just to be sure, I gave john the ripper a shot as ...
lanjelot Feature Requests 4 15,336 08-27-2011, 09:09 PM
    Thread: SHA512(Unix) broken in hashcat-cli32
Post: SHA512(Unix) broken in hashcat-cli32

## Description On linux 32bit, hashcat -m 1800 does not recover any hashes although i provide the actual passwords. ## Environment $ uname -a Linux 2.6.36-gentoo-r5 #11 SMP Sat Feb 5 22:00:24 CE...
lanjelot Old hashcat Support 0 5,780 02-20-2011, 03:52 PM
    Thread: oclHashcat better salted hash support
Post: oclHashcat better salted hash support

Because oclHashcat currently does not support SSHA hashes, I thought the workaround would be to use -m 101 = sha1($pass.$salt) But this does not work well, as the salt can actually contain charact...
lanjelot Feature Requests 1 7,940 02-07-2011, 06:27 PM
    Thread: Recovered hashes percentage
Post: Recovered hashes percentage

Hey atom, Having a percentage of cracked hashes in the Recovered: line would be nice i guess. Like: Recovered.: 46271/943673 hashes (20.39%), 0/1 salts Thanks heaps :)
lanjelot Feature Requests 0 5,465 02-07-2011, 02:51 PM