How to find a salt for a hash if you have the plain text
(05-01-2017, 01:13 AM)devilsadvocate Wrote:
(05-01-2017, 01:07 AM)Hxsh Wrote:
(05-01-2017, 12:59 AM)devilsadvocate Wrote:
(04-30-2017, 11:32 PM)Hxsh Wrote: Alright so I have a hash and the plaintext password. How would I go about finding the salt associated with the hash that would equal the plaintext password.

Is there a way to do this in hashcat?

Being able to brute force salts isn't a feature of hashcat.  But there is nothing stopping you from creating the salts yourself and including them along with the hash in a hash file.

You can create the file with a static hash value and try different salts.

Make the hash file look like:

You get the idea.
wouldn't that take up alot of space?

That depends.  How much is a lot?  How many salts do you want to try?

The problem you will have with trying so many salts with a static hash is actually memory, not hard drive storage.  You can only try so many hashes at a time due to memory limitations of whatever GPU you have.
Well how could I go about getting all the different hash versions of this 1 plaintext password. How would I do that in hashcat?

like if I have "password"
and I wanted to password in 4500
so I can see this hash 353e8061f2befecb6818ba0c034c632fb0bcae1b as "password.
4500 is double SHA1
that hash is password hashed with double SHA1

Simplified question.
How do you physically hash a plaintext password in hashcat so I can see the hashed ver not the plaintext ver.

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RE: How to find a salt for a hash if you have the plain text - by Hxsh - 05-01-2017, 02:33 AM