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    Thread: rling (rli replacement) testing wanted
Post: rling (rli replacement) testing wanted

I've been working for the last couple of weeks on an RLI replacement, with the usual CynoSurePrime folks.  It has the same syntax as rli, but adds quite a few new features (including working with stdi...
Waffle General Talk 0 1,133 07-19-2020, 05:56 AM
    Thread: A custom php algorithm in hashcat?
Post: RE: A custom php algorithm in hashcat?

If you encode the password "hashcat" with this algorithm, what is the result?
Waffle hashcat 3 5,250 10-27-2017, 06:56 PM
    Thread: Interesting hash
Post: RE: Interesting hash

chaz Wrote: (07-07-2017, 09:24 PM) -- Is there any support for cracking a MD5(MD5(SHA1(SHA1(MD5($pass))))) hash? And/or how would I go about finding this? -- You can use MDXfind, of course. mdxf...
Waffle hashcat 2 4,832 07-10-2017, 06:01 PM
    Thread: Can you run hashcat backwards?
Post: RE: Can you run hashcat backwards?

For what it is worth, you can use mdxfind for that. For example, to generate MD5's from a list call "words.txt": echo | mdxfind -z words.txt >words.md5 The -z causes it to "match" all of the...
Waffle hashcat 5 7,822 12-24-2016, 11:03 PM
    Thread: rockyou replacement imminent?
Post: RE: rockyou replacement imminent?

rico Wrote: (09-10-2015, 03:52 PM) -- Just spotted this: http://cynosureprime.blogspot.se/2015/09/how-we-cracked-millions-of-ashley.html (http://cynosureprime.blogspot.se/2015/09/how-we-cracked-milli...
Waffle General Talk 4 9,881 09-11-2015, 05:37 AM
    Thread: hashcat combination attack odd even difference
Post: RE: hashcat combination attack odd even difference

./hashcat -V 0.46 sum hashcat 48942 778 I think that is current.
Waffle Old hashcat Support 10 21,788 08-08-2013, 08:08 AM
    Thread: hashcat combination attack odd even difference
Post: RE: hashcat combination attack odd even difference

I've confirmed that it does the same on my system under Linux, and there are no blank lines. 000000 616e 740a 6261 740a 6361 740a 646f 670a ant.bat.cat.dog. 000010 6567 670a ...
Waffle Old hashcat Support 10 21,788 08-07-2013, 09:55 PM
    Thread: The case for $HEX[]
Post: The case for $HEX[]

Since I (re) started working on hashes, I've been trying to find better ways to represent my "found" hashes, so that they can be re-used. One of the first questions I posed was "how do you represent ...
Waffle General Help 1 11,778 07-29-2013, 01:12 AM
    Thread: UTF-16 in dictionary files
Post: RE: UTF-16 in dictionary files

epixoip Wrote: (06-15-2013, 08:09 AM) -- are you positive that it's not outputting them properly, or is the real issue that whatever you are using to read the pot is unable to display them properly? ...
Waffle Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 3 10,376 06-15-2013, 08:21 AM
    Thread: UTF-16 in dictionary files
Post: UTF-16 in dictionary files

For those that are working with hashes that involve UTF-16, there are problems with oclHashcat. For example, consider the hash of the UTF-16 string 234567, which is 69ab...30e37fa0. The ASCII or U...
Waffle Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 3 10,376 06-15-2013, 08:04 AM
    Thread: A few questions about cracking
Post: RE: A few questions about cracking

1. Depends on what you are cracking. Human-generated passwords are predictable, and using a smaller set of "common" passwords will give spectacular results when working with human-generated hashes. ...
Waffle General Help 4 15,778 06-01-2013, 09:49 PM
    Thread: Bug with complex rule ?
Post: RE: Bug with complex rule ?

When I spoke with Atom about this a while back - in relation to this exact issue - he explained that there was no way to "conditionalize" (poor word, I know) the execution of rules, particularly on th...
Waffle Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 8 19,355 06-01-2013, 09:18 PM
    Thread: Bug with complex rule ?
Post: RE: Bug with complex rule ?

Please see bug 148 for a solution which I think is quite helpful. I've been using this in my code for the past month or so, and this fixes so many problems. For example, when dealing with UNICODE ...
Waffle Very old oclHashcat-plus Support 8 19,355 06-01-2013, 07:33 PM
    Thread: Saving calculated hashes
Post: RE: Saving calculated hashes

A couple of other minor points, and a question: Why are you storing this in a database? The minor points; when dealing with large amounts of data, it's important to remember that disk I/O isn't fr...
Waffle General Talk 8 19,886 05-20-2013, 05:46 PM
    Thread: All Chars = Big Chaos
Post: RE: All Chars = Big Chaos

of course it is possible to write a rule for this. ^[tab]+0{ Insert a tab character at the start of the word. Increment it (0x9 -> 0xa). Rotate it into position.
Waffle General Talk 8 17,568 05-04-2013, 04:59 AM
    Thread: Posible bug using external salts -e
Post: RE: Posible bug using external salts -e

I wrote my own. It's quite a bit faster than using hashcat, especially if you are removing a lot of hashes. so, for example: hashcat -a 0 -m 2611 -e salts -o mytemp.out input.txt passwords.txt ...
Waffle Old hashcat Support 6 18,988 04-18-2013, 03:44 AM
    Thread: Posible bug using external salts -e
Post: RE: Posible bug using external salts -e

Yes, I have this problem too. As the input file is being re-written (with the .new extension), it seems to grow without bounds, under certain conditions. The solution is simple: Don't use the -remo...
Waffle Old hashcat Support 6 18,988 04-17-2013, 10:46 PM
    Thread: DES -m 1500 supported in hashcat?
Post: RE: DES -m 1500 supported in hashcat?

Thanks! I won't report the bug then.
Waffle Old hashcat Support 2 7,153 02-27-2013, 01:26 AM
    Thread: DES -m 1500 supported in hashcat?
Post: DES -m 1500 supported in hashcat?

Maybe I am confused. Is -m 1500 supported in Hashcat? It's not shown in the --help output, but it appears to work. I say appears, because there is a bug if you try to use --remove - it corrupts t...
Waffle Old hashcat Support 2 7,153 02-24-2013, 07:24 PM
    Thread: Password Decoration Rule
Post: RE: Password Decoration Rule

Nice job! I was surprised that they ran quite fast, as well! Well done.
Waffle User Contributions 24 63,974 01-19-2013, 05:21 PM