Poll: Which algorithm / feature to add next?
This poll is closed.
RAR 3.x
12.00%
6 12.00%
RAR 5.x
8.00%
4 8.00%
zip
18.00%
9 18.00%
7zip
6.00%
3 6.00%
KDE KWallet
0%
0 0%
Bitcoin-Qt Wallet
4.00%
2 4.00%
Blockchain.info Wallet
0%
0 0%
KeePass
2.00%
1 2.00%
Clipperz Password Manager
0%
0 0%
STRIP Password Manager
0%
0 0%
Mac OS X Keychain
2.00%
1 2.00%
GNOME Keyring
0%
0 0%
Java KeyStore
2.00%
1 2.00%
GnuPG
0%
0 0%
LUKS
2.00%
1 2.00%
Apple DMG
0%
0 0%
eCryptfs
0%
0 0%
Microsoft EFS
0%
0 0%
TrueCrypt (already supported, but add cascading support)
0%
0 0%
EncFS
0%
0 0%
Kerberos AFS
0%
0 0%
Kerberos v4 TGT
0%
0 0%
Kerberos v5 TGT
0%
0 0%
Kerberos 5 db etype 18
0%
0 0%
Kerberos 5 AS-REQ Pre-Auth etype 17/18
0%
0 0%
Oracle O5LOGON
0%
0 0%
Open Document Format .odf
0%
0 0%
StarOffice SXC
0%
0 0%
Adobe PDF
20.00%
10 20.00%
Microsoft Outlook PST
0%
0 0%
OpenSSH Private Key
6.00%
3 6.00%
PuTTY Private Key
0%
0 0%
CRC32
0%
0 0%
MD2
0%
0 0%
BLAKE2b
0%
0 0%
BSDi
0%
0 0%
MongoDB
0%
0 0%
Nuked-Klan CMS
0%
0 0%
Django (scrypt)
4.00%
2 4.00%
TCP MD5 Signatures, BGP
0%
0 0%
VNC
0%
0 0%
No new algorithm, increase performance and fix bugs
4.00%
2 4.00%
No new algorithm, add CPU support
4.00%
2 4.00%
No new algorithm, add table-lookup attack
4.00%
2 4.00%
No new algorithm, add true support for utf-16
2.00%
1 2.00%
Total 50 vote(s) 100%
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oclHashcat new features / algorithms
#11
@joris pls open a new forum thread where we can discuss the SAP H feature request. Furthermore, we should add this feature request also to trac ( https://hashcat.net/trac/ ).
I think main problem is that the full hash-algo details about SAP H hashes is still unknown (at least I don't know how those hashes can be generated). Without full details about the algorithm it is not possible to implement it in oclHashcat of course. We may also need to have some sample hashes etc (being aware of forum rules, do not post hashes).
Pls open forum thread/trac ticket to discuss this further. Thx
#12
(10-09-2014, 02:45 PM)Hash-IT Wrote: Good point, it would be nice if the options above grouped all archive algorithms as one option. It's very hard for members to pick one archive type as they are all important.

The Items are listed as they are by purpose Smile

It's a lot of work to add just one single algorithm...
#13
(10-09-2014, 02:57 PM)atom Wrote: The Items are listed as they are by purpose Smile

It's a lot of work to add just one single algorithm...

I totally understand it must be difficult to add these Smile

It's just from the "users" side it is incredibly tormenting to have to pick 1 LOL. Just my luck I will need to recover an unsupported archive !! Smile

I suspect any member voting for 1 archive type would secretly wish for all archive types to be supported.

AARRGHH, I also LOVE the table-lookup attack, this has to be the most agonising poll on the internet !! LOL Big Grin
#14
Seeing the "No new algorithm, add true support for utf-16" option reminds me that true UTF-8 support would be great. Like UTF-8 aware rules, masks aso.
#15
Does the "No new algorithm, add CPU support" mean that the classic CPU Hashcat is no longer being developed?

Would the "CPU support" mean that the Purge rule would then be supported, as opposed to having to use CPU hashcat for them?
#16
Smile 
It's like being a kid in a candy store
#17
Well after a long time agonising over this I have had to vote for the table-lookup attack. I asked for that feature in oclhashcat a long time ago so it would be wrong of me not to vote for it now.

I can see that, as suspected, the archive decryption is very popular. I could not pick just one of the archive types so I am pleased others have made the decision for me LOL.

If I had a multiple choice, in order of preference, my list would be...

RAR 3.x
zip
RAR 5.x
7zip
table-lookup attack
KeePass


Thanks for all the work you do and for giving us the opportunity to vote Smile
#18
Make custom algorithms to easily add :]
#19
If I was going to rank the few things I can't easily distribute on our cluster that I have to deal with on a regular basis it would be.

rar3
zip
pdfs
#20
rar pass is essential