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    Thread: wordlist creates
Post: RE: wordlist creates

philsmd Wrote: (03-01-2020, 10:25 AM) -- the question here is: why would you need to create a word list on disk ? This involves a lot of disk I/O (usage of one of the slowest components on a PC, even...
mahoganyduck hashcat 3 3,227 03-04-2020, 07:19 AM
    Thread: Docker as in-line generator for hashcat
Post: RE: Docker as in-line generator for hashcat

Followup: It seems to work just fine, BUT, whatever I was doing was causing the console output formatting to go totally nuts. To get around that (and avoid the hellaciously long and complicated ...
mahoganyduck hashcat 1 1,858 02-21-2020, 09:05 AM
    Thread: Docker as in-line generator for hashcat
Post: Docker as in-line generator for hashcat

Some of the rather interesting password analysis and generation projects out there end up having widely varying and potentially conflicting requirements and dependencies. Usually this is the perfect s...
mahoganyduck hashcat 1 1,858 02-20-2020, 03:21 AM
    Thread: hash on rasberry 4 armv7l with a kaili linux
Post: RE: hash on rasberry 4 armv7l with a kaili linux

I've compiled and run hashcat on a raspberryPi, and it does work. It's horribly slow naturally, but it does work. Also pretty frustrating to get going... You have to compile some funky OpenCL version...
mahoganyduck hashcat 3 3,017 02-20-2020, 03:03 AM
    Thread: Low power CPU
Post: RE: Low power CPU

I have a couple of repurposed mining rigs with some very weak procs, a celeron and a pentium, each with 6 1070s on pci1x risers. Without sizeable rules, the gpus starve out pretty fast on fast hash...
mahoganyduck Hardware 4 3,785 02-20-2020, 02:48 AM
    Thread: Wordlist optimisation based on ruleset
Post: RE: Wordlist optimisation based on ruleset

PACK rulegen works great for this, but it's got issues with very large wordlists (pythons memory usage once it hits the sorting phase). I did rulegen against rocktastic (13G, 1.1 billion entries)....
mahoganyduck User Contributions 7 9,195 01-23-2020, 08:30 PM
    Thread: rocktastic -> PACK
Post: RE: rocktastic -> PACK

Mem5 Wrote: (01-22-2020, 12:03 PM) -- Do you have any statistics on well-known hashlist? Huge wordlists are not always the best for slow hashes. -- Too true. Baseword and rule occurrence stats a...
mahoganyduck User Contributions 2 3,685 01-22-2020, 06:55 PM
    Thread: rocktastic -> PACK
Post: rocktastic -> PACK

I ran rocktastic through PACKs rulegen script. https://github.com/aaronjones111/cauldera (https://github.com/aaronjones111/cauldera) Billions of rules counted & sorted. I hope folks find it as inter...
mahoganyduck User Contributions 2 3,685 01-22-2020, 08:57 AM
    Thread: Consonant and Vowel masks
Post: RE: Consonant and Vowel masks

Thanks for the response. I'd thought masks were handled exclusively in the GPU, effectively bypassing most bottlenecks from the cpu and pci (not arguing, just trying to get it). I'll dig through th...
mahoganyduck hashcat 2 3,165 04-06-2019, 02:37 AM
    Thread: Wordlist massive attack
Post: RE: Wordlist massive attack

Rules are your friends! I've gained a lot of respect for the mad geniuses that came up with one rule. https://github.com/NotSoSecure/password_cracking_rules That plus rockyou has a stupid amount o...
mahoganyduck hashcat 3 4,281 04-03-2019, 08:09 AM
    Thread: Need help with one word + lots of rules.
Post: RE: Need help with one word + lots of rules.

I'd say that would normally be a VERY good way to go, but with a gpu. From your description it kind of sounds like it's cpu only, is that the case?
mahoganyduck hashcat 3 3,589 04-03-2019, 07:47 AM
    Thread: No hashes loaded error.... help me pls
Post: RE: No hashes loaded error.... help me pls

First thing I'd check is your hcccapx is formatted correctly vs the example hashes.
mahoganyduck hashcat 3 5,214 04-03-2019, 07:42 AM
    Thread: Consonant and Vowel masks
Post: Consonant and Vowel masks

So I've been playing with some masks based on consonant/vowel patterns extracted from the top 1M words (according to google) and was seeing some surprising hashrate drops vs just using the built in ma...
mahoganyduck hashcat 2 3,165 04-03-2019, 07:19 AM
    Thread: Some kind of bruteforce
Post: RE: Some kind of bruteforce

Depending on the hashtype, it might be worth not sweating hitting some 'forbidden' combos and go for a series of masks that encompass the areas your sure about. Also, in my experience, running masks i...
mahoganyduck General Talk 4 4,192 04-03-2019, 05:24 AM
    Thread: First Cracking Rig
Post: RE: First Cracking Rig

FWIW, I'm running several repurosed mining rigs with hashcat, all cards are still on the 1x risers. The main bottle necks I've hit are with the low RAM situation and craptastic CPUs (4G ram and a c...
mahoganyduck Hardware 19 17,751 02-26-2019, 06:57 AM
    Thread: Help understanding NetNTLMv2
Post: Help understanding NetNTLMv2

So just trying to grok how hashcat does the cracking around the NetNTLMv2  hash and could use some help getting straightened out. What parts of a captured NetNTLMv2 hash are necessary for hashcat t...
mahoganyduck hashcat 1 3,245 02-26-2019, 06:30 AM
    Thread: Brain behavior
Post: RE: Brain behavior

I'm trying to figure out what sort of latitude I might have. eg: if I consolodate a bunch of stubborn hashes into a new file, will it know whats been done against each hash, or (I'm thinknig this) a ...
mahoganyduck hashcat 4 4,369 12-08-2018, 01:58 AM
    Thread: Brain behavior
Post: Brain behavior

From what I read in the brain functionality announcement (https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-7903.html) it sounds like hashcat tracks attempts anchored around a particular hashlist. Does that mean t...
mahoganyduck hashcat 4 4,369 12-08-2018, 12:35 AM
    Thread: hashcat64 4.2.1 getting killed OOM
Post: hashcat64 4.2.1 getting killed OOM

Hello! With the latest version of hashcat, when I try to run a benchmark it runs for a moment then gets killed pretty fast (4-5 sec) while starting the MD5 benchmark. Earlier versions of hashcat...
mahoganyduck hashcat 2 3,374 09-17-2018, 06:40 AM
    Thread: Toggle question / Emulate shift
Post: RE: Toggle question / Emulate shift

Hmm, there might be hope? https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/67
mahoganyduck hashcat 4 4,985 07-02-2018, 09:19 PM