how is --hex-wordlist supposed to function?
(05-10-2019, 08:26 PM)undeath Wrote:
echo 'otoño' | hashcat -m 900 bc4a371bba2211148ebcdee649c561fc --encoding-from=utf-8 --encoding-to=utf-16le
this will crack the hash

It does indeed, but comes out as: bc4a371bba2211148ebcdee649c561fc:$HEX[6f0074006f00f1006f00]
which is some sort of two-byte unicode (UCS-2?). Is there a switch to convert it to an unencoded form?

I've tried various mashups of iconv and xxd, but none give it back correctly (mangles the ñ)

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RE: how is --hex-wordlist supposed to function? - by ragequit - 05-10-2019, 10:09 PM