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    Thread: SHA-256 really?
Post: RE: SHA-256 really?

the site can do anything to your input before hashing it. What often happens is that an extra piece of data is prepended or appended, this is commonly referred to as "adding salt". Do you have the 'si...
DanielG General Talk 10 1,813 05-07-2021, 08:22 AM
    Thread: Expired .pfx certificate
Post: RE: Expired .pfx certificate

Well you just posted your private key online. This certificate is useless now, delete it and make a new one.
DanielG General Talk 2 1,065 04-28-2021, 10:58 AM
    Thread: Example hash 14000 not returning correct password
Post: RE: Example hash 14000 not returning correct passw...

Weird I get more results when using latest hashcat but no hashcat1: a28bc61d44bb815c:1172075784504605:harhcat1 a28bc61d44bb815c:1172075784504605:hashbat1 a28bc61d44bb815c:1172075784504605:harhbau...
DanielG hashcat 6 2,496 04-05-2021, 10:33 AM
    Thread: Hash 'T': Token length exception
Post: RE: Hash 'T': Token length exception

You should not use spaces, that defines a new parameter. As sush: -1 ETAOINSHRDLUC
DanielG hashcat 2 1,395 03-24-2021, 09:10 AM
    Thread: My Build HawkV1
Post: RE: My Build HawkV1

very nice
DanielG Hardware 7 2,425 03-17-2021, 09:24 AM
    Thread: No Hashes Loaded - BitLocker
Post: RE: No Hashes Loaded - BitLocker

"Hashcat only supports $bitlocker$1$" "User Password hash: $bitlocker$0$" Well it seems your hash is not compatible with hashcat.
DanielG hashcat 9 4,569 02-08-2021, 01:43 PM
    Thread: How to crack Apple Secure Notes?
Post: RE: How to crack Apple Secure Notes?

zsh requires the ?1?1?1 to also be in quotes, that is correct, but you also need the ordering to be correct: Code: -- hashcat -m 16200 -a 3 -w 3 -1 'SOLITUDEsolitude#)!%3015' hashes.txt '?1?1?1?1?...
DanielG hashcat 8 4,151 12-15-2020, 03:07 PM
    Thread: Can I divide the workload into three levels ?
Post: RE: Can I divide the workload into three levels ?

sorry this is not possible, if this was possible why divide in 3 groups? why not divide in 15 groups so you just have to guess each character once? If it is 15 chars long you can only guess the 15 ...
DanielG hashcat 3 2,031 12-09-2020, 09:01 PM
    Thread: Help with mask
Post: RE: Help with mask

Sorry, 85-135 length to guess is never going to happen. Ever. It's way too big to guess.
DanielG hashcat 4 3,166 11-30-2020, 02:09 PM
    Thread: Can't get bcrypt to work
Post: RE: Can't get bcrypt to work

Are you sure it's abcde? because these sites says it doesn't match:
DanielG hashcat 14 5,042 11-25-2020, 09:03 PM
    Thread: Blockchain sample wallet
Post: RE: Blockchain sample wallet

are the example wallet hashes on not version 1? you can use those to test your hashcat.
DanielG hashcat 2 1,675 11-25-2020, 02:46 PM
    Thread: Looking for help with .pages password recovery
Post: RE: Looking for help with .pages password recovery

Hashcat does not support cracking encrypted .pages files. This commercial service does: Apple iWork '09: Pages, Numbers, Keynote .pages, .numbers, .key Ap...
DanielG hashcat 1 1,328 11-20-2020, 09:22 AM
    Thread: need help to crack MD5 passwords
Post: RE: need help to crack MD5 passwords

wordlist is -a 0, -a 1 is for combinator, so: hashcat -a 1 -m 0 hashesh.txt rockyou.txt (also don't post the hasehs, it's against the rules)
DanielG General Talk 4 3,044 11-17-2020, 04:24 PM
    Thread: Integer overflow detected in keyspace of mask
Post: RE: Integer overflow detected in keyspace of mask

Okay let's say you bought a new Nvidia 3090 card as described on And let's say your algorithm is the fastest there, MD5 at 66690.4 MH/s. It would still ...
DanielG hashcat 3 2,260 11-17-2020, 09:26 AM
    Thread: encrypto .crypto notes
Post: RE: encrypto .crypto notes

Oh boy, well this application isn't known to be supported by hashcat. Someone would need to analyse that program and see how the encryption occurs. Then check whether any of the modes can be used to a...
DanielG hashcat 6 3,926 10-14-2020, 12:01 PM
    Thread: Help with md5(md5($pass.$salt_1).$salt_2)
Post: RE: Help with md5(md5($pass.$salt_1).$salt_2)

If I read this correctly it seems you have the value of md5_innerHash? then you would only need to brute force md5($pass.$salt_1) right? And do you know $salt_1? Or do you only have outer hash?
DanielG hashcat 5 2,579 10-09-2020, 08:43 AM
    Thread: DECRYPTUM

Very cool, what are you using this beast of a machine for? Ah I see it's a commercial device on (
DanielG Hardware 12 5,585 09-16-2020, 10:07 AM
    Thread: Hash Mode request MS SQL 2016 with salt
Post: RE: Hash Mode request MS SQL 2016 with salt

First step is to have a test password that you know so you can test your hypothesis. Mine is: The password base-64 decodes to 160 bit of data, the same length as a SHA1 hash. The salt looks like hex...
DanielG hashcat 4 2,972 03-19-2020, 04:14 PM
    Thread: Intercept zip decryption key or files from an application
Post: RE: Intercept zip decryption key or files from an ...

Yes but it heavily depends on the application and how you have access to it. You can decompile the application and look for the password, debug the running application, run a trace on calls that are b...
DanielG General Talk 2 2,241 03-12-2020, 05:33 PM
    Thread: NTLMv1 to NTLM Reversing
Post: RE: NTLMv1 to NTLM Reversing

Also check out, they crack NTLMv1 to NTLM for free fast if you set responder to the static challenge of 1122334455667788
DanielG User Contributions 4 6,905 03-04-2020, 10:10 AM