Help using --increment in the middle of a text file
(05-15-2017, 02:27 PM)philsmd Wrote: If you always want to insert numbers exactly at position 6, you could generate some rules on the fly like this (attention: with longer numbers and additional insert positions - in addition to position 6 - the rule files could get way too large):

mp64 'i5?d i6?d i7?d i8?d' > insert_numbers_after_6th_pos.rule

hashcat -m 0 -a 0 -w 4 -r insert_numbers_after_6th_pos.rule hashes.txt dict.txt

As said if the input and the positions should be much more varying, you probably would need to change to different approaches (including some dictionary splitting/precomputations and/or pipes to hashcat or you need to use other tools from hashcat-utils or use hashcat's stdout option).

I did the code, the output in the .rule fileĀ appears to be:

There has to be an invalid argument, hascat 3.5 says
Skipping invalid or unsupported rule in file (on every line)
No valid rules left.

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RE: Help using --increment in the middle of a text file - by xkwas - 05-15-2017, 07:40 PM