save md5 generated hashes to the file ?
(12-26-2014, 12:29 PM)undeath Wrote: No. If you want to waste your space with rainbow tables go to

To add an example, ophcrack has a paid NTLM rainbow table of all possible characters (?a equivalent) for only 8 character passwords. No 7 character passwords, no 9 character passwords, just 8 characters. The tables are 2TB in size.

While true that disk space is getting cheaper and cheaper, you still have to figure in file access times. With a decent graphics card, it can be faster to run oclhashcat than to search through the tables for a great many cases.

As I learn more about hash cracking, I'm becoming a believer in the philosophy that rainbow tables are obsolete, and pure brute-forcing nearly so.

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RE: save md5 generated hashes to the file ? - by rsberzerker - 12-27-2014, 07:38 AM