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    Thread: AMD Radeon R9 290X
Post: RE: AMD Radeon R9 290X

Is there some information on that GCN2 architecture?
gat3way Hardware 30 74,596 09-27-2013, 09:54 AM
    Thread: cant convert CAP to HCCAP
Post: RE: cant convert CAP to HCCAP

Extracting handshake from pcap dumps is a tricky process. Technically speaking, just 2 out of the 4 frames - 2) and 3) - are enough to get the needed data (packet 3) should have by specification the A...
gat3way General Help 1 8,031 07-25-2013, 05:08 PM
    Thread: Android Full Disk Encryption
Post: Android Full Disk Encryption

I was recently contacted by a person who at that point prefers to remain undisclosed and who provided me sample android encrypted disk images with the passwords to them. I was able to identify the sc...
gat3way User Contributions 13 62,800 04-28-2013, 07:17 PM
    Thread: Agilebits 1Password support and Design Flaw?
Post: RE: Agilebits 1Password support and Design Flaw?

You mean having 4 tables rather than one plus rotates? In the APP SDK sample, they do it precisely as it is described in the papers. However, you can combine SubBytes,ShiftRows and MixColumns into a...
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 44 398,370 04-18-2013, 05:02 PM
    Thread: Agilebits 1Password support and Design Flaw?
Post: RE: Agilebits 1Password support and Design Flaw?

atom, you are doing the AES decryption on GPU? I guess you are using the table-based approach (such as what OpenSSL does and not what the AES sample from AMD APP SDK does). Do you store the expanded k...
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 44 398,370 04-17-2013, 11:27 PM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

WOW :) Well someone can write a script that generates rules based on that file, would be rather useful :)
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-12-2013, 12:05 PM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

This looks fun. I don't know what exactly it is used for though. Hopefully that's not about the device password :)
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-12-2013, 11:59 AM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

The "encrypt phone" feature is based on dmcrypt/LUKS and it is (usually) much more secure as compared to Samsung's algo. I say "usually" because key derivation iterations depend on the hardware the en...
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-12-2013, 10:22 AM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

Yes, salted SHA1/MD5 is generic, iterated sha1 is apparently Samsung-specific. Yes, it makes no sense to attack sha1 if you can attack md5. BTW you would be surprised how weak the pattern lock is, it ...
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-12-2013, 09:37 AM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

The same works for Nexus 7, but there is a difference, the lockscreen.password_salt is not located in /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db, but rather in /data/system/lockse...
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-07-2013, 12:37 PM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

That would work in case you have the phone unlocked (in the sense of PIN already entered and not related to bootloader). Still if it is locked, you shouldn't be able to upload anything via adb. I gues...
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-04-2013, 01:03 PM
    Thread: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN
Post: RE: Breaking Samsung Android Passwords/PIN

Hm, how do you practically extract that? I am trying to extract it from Samsung Galaxy S3. Of course /data/data and /data/system are not readable by the adb user and it would require to root the phone...
gat3way User Contributions 47 238,673 04-04-2013, 12:22 PM
    Thread: Truecrypt
Post: RE: Truecrypt

hashkill does it (as far as the current git tree is concerned). It's not quite useful though - unless you know something about the password and/or the algos used. Whirlpool turned out to be a disaster...
gat3way Feature Requests 9 32,545 01-31-2013, 01:10 PM
    Thread: BCrypt + GTX670 = 6 c/s?
Post: RE: BCrypt + GTX670 = 6 c/s?

wflme Wrote: (01-16-2013, 06:49 PM) -- blandyuk Wrote: (01-16-2013, 05:31 PM) -- Look at the speeds for bcrypt on http://hashcat.net/oclhashcat-plus/ under "Performance". A Radeon 7970 gets 4020 c/s...
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 23 63,346 01-16-2013, 08:06 PM
    Thread: Good budget GPU ?
Post: RE: Good budget GPU ?

7970 is the best GPU hardware for cracking purposes. Well....except for sha512/whirlpool-related stuff. For those cases, nvidia could even turn out to be faster. But then, it's not as much energy-effi...
gat3way Hardware 9 37,174 01-05-2013, 01:35 AM
    Thread: SL3, they did it again
Post: RE: SL3, they did it again

Good luck using -m 100 for sl3 :) Great you showed your true face also mr humble contributor - a good example of the sl3 horde mentality :)
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-lite Support 71 228,512 01-02-2013, 10:34 PM
    Thread: SL3, they did it again
Post: RE: SL3, they did it again

No, you are basically fucked up, stuck at 2012. Since no new hardware will be supported, you would just pray your GPUs don't die, cause newer hardware just wouldn't work. 8xxx is going out soon, but h...
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-lite Support 71 228,512 01-02-2013, 10:25 PM
    Thread: SL3, they did it again
Post: RE: SL3, they did it again

Over the time I've been involved in coding both bitcoin mining software and partially sl3 unlocking one. I found out those two communities (are/have become) utterly disrespectful, driven by pure greed...
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-lite Support 71 228,512 01-02-2013, 09:50 PM
    Thread: time estimate for brute forcing wpa2
Post: RE: time estimate for brute forcing wpa2

I am afraid humans will be already extinct long before it processes the whole keyspace.
gat3way Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 5 14,459 12-12-2012, 09:02 PM
    Thread: WPA MAC Privacy
Post: RE: WPA MAC Privacy

Can't you just use gpg to encrypt it and then share your public key with the ones that need to decrypt it?
gat3way Feature Requests 8 20,321 12-09-2012, 11:27 PM