Integer overflow detected while brute forcing
(05-24-2017, 10:41 AM)TofuBoy22 Wrote: For those who weren't around then.... who were these SL3 shitbags that you talk about Smile

Phone unlockers. They were greedy, demanding, disrespectful leeches that were a massive drain on our community. The drama started with and finally ended with

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I am not begging you, but if you have an issue with me quit being a bitch and address it with me directly.

You sent me a PM. You tweeted at me. Then you posted it on another thread on these forums. Asking three times is pretty much the definition of begging. Also, confronting you in a public forum is pretty much the exact opposite of being a bitch, and very much so addressing it directly. Wanting to talk about it in private to save yourself the embarrassment of being called out would be the bitch move...

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I didn't register on either forum with the 'sole purpose of peddling my wares', I registered as I am working on solutions, for customers, and myself and am interested in the subject.

Working on solutions for a topic which you have no experience with, you mean.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: Finally, I have been reading these forums for a few years, and using hashcat for research purposes for around a year.

Prove it. There is absolutely no evidence of this. You only recently registered on the Hashcat and Hashkiller forums, and you only recently started retweeting password-related things in the last week, all from your company account, none from your personal account. No mention of Hashcat or passwords whatsoever. But lots of shit about ETH mining.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: Rubbish again, once again you have no idea, and are making assumptions that are completely incorrect.  I have a hell of a lot more than 2 rigs deployed in various data centres around the world.  Try well over 300 and 1800 GPU's worth.

I am willing to believe that CloudCentral has such capabilities, but not Ethereal Capital (unless you use them for ETH mining) nor you personally, and I also strongly doubt they are used for password cracking.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote:
(05-24-2017, 09:34 AM)epixoip Wrote: it is obvious that money is your sole motivation for selling Hashcat rigs. You have no love for Hashcat, nor any passion for password cracking.

A baseless assumption once again.  You have no idea what my motivations are

Baseless? Your company is Ethereal Capital. Your job title is "Chief Investment Officer." You've never once mentioned Hashcat nor password cracking in anything you've written or published online, excluding the past 48 hours of course, but you sure do talk about money and cryptocurrencies a lot. And your first post on the Hashkiller forums was to advertise the rigs you have for sale. So yeah, no, not really baseless after all, is it? I'm also not hearing you say anything about what your motivations actually are, all you're really doing is saying "nuh uh" to everything I say.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: Nice work on your fishing exercise earlier today BTW, speaking of deception

Actually I had nothing to do with that, I'm not even on the Hashkiller forums. A friend on Hashkiller saw your posts and thought it was suspicious. He contacted you for more information, was concerned with what he saw, and forwarded everything onto me. That's when I noticed you were shitposting all over the Hashcat forums as well, not really saying anything of value or contributing anything useful, just trying to get your post count up. I thought about just using the "Purge Spammer" button, but I was so infuriated with what I saw that I decided confronting you about it directly would be far more beneficial to the community. Now people know to watch out for you.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: 20-25% markup on premium hardware and assembly is hardly an 'unjustified premium'.

If all you are doing is selling the hardware with pre-installed FOSS software, and aren't providing any additional value-add services, then yes, actually it is quite unjustified. Your pricing should be more inline with Thinkmate. Instead you're trying to align your pricing with mine, which is wholly unrealistic given the amount of value-add services we provide, including full commercial support for Hashcat. I highly doubt you're over there writing Hashcat kernels for your customers...

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I didn't join either forum with the intention of selling anything.  You literally have no idea and are making some far stretched accusations with little evidence to support them.

Horseshit. All the evidence says otherwise.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I have not attempted to defraud anyone, and I would be very careful making that kind of accusation in a public forum.  Provide evidence thereof, or quit making allegations which are quite simply untrue.

On this very thread you were confused by what "integer overflow" meant, and didn't know that Hashcat stores keyspace as a uint64. You are clearly not even the least bit qualified to provide Hashcat support to your customers, yet here you are selling Hashcat-based solutions at a premium. That is pretty fucking fraudulent.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: However, who said I have copied anything from you, or your company? I haven't copied anything from you, and don't need to either.

The quote you provided to our mutual friend was damn near copypasta from the Sagitta website, substituting the FT77 specs for the 4028GR specs, right down to the order the components are listed in. And if this system is truly your design, let me ask you: why did you choose the 2620v4, 64GB RAM, and 512GB SSD in RAID-1 for your base configuration? What lead you to pick those specific things? I know why I picked them for the base model Brutalis, I have very specific reasons indeed. But I'd like to hear your reasons, since you designed this yourself, after all.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: Wrong, since when did I, or anyone state that I am competing with you, or have any intention of competing with you?  Provide evidence. is pretty damning evidence against this assertion -- Or do you need a literal smoking gun?

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I have never intended to, nor exploited anyone.

Selling a product you didn't design for an application you know nothing about and are not at all prepared to support, as evidenced by your comments on this very thread, is fraudulent, and is exploiting the ignorance of your customers.

(05-24-2017, 10:55 AM)kjs Wrote: I am completely expecting to be banned at the end of this post, or held up as some public example of one of the 'charlatans' you'd like to make an example of.  Do whatever you like, I really do not give a flying fuck at this point.

This is probably the only thing you have said that is actually true.

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RE: Integer overflow detected while brute forcing - by epixoip - 05-24-2017, 12:30 PM