Using hashcat with maskprocessor - here: veracrypt
(08-19-2019, 05:09 PM)undeath Wrote: I don't think the mask 'part_I_remember?d?s' does what you want. It tries candidates that start with "part_I_remember" followed by exactly one digit followed by exactly one special character.

I guess it should be something like
-1 ?d?s part_I_remember?1?1?1?1?1?1

your increment-min/max values are calculated for the whole mask, including your prefix.

You may achieve better speed for your specific attack by using -S
Good evening undeath Smile,
thank you for the hint. You're completely right I think. The error messages seems it.
Now my code is
hashcat -a 3 -m 13711 -1 ?a?s part_I_remember?!?1?1?1?1?1
and I'll get the hint that I have to specify a mask, when I specify a custom charset.
So I'm looking for how to specify a mask now Wink.
...hmmm immediately I read about it and I'm of the opinion, that ai just have created a mask with my command...

I've found another mistake:
Hash 'part_I_remember?a?s': Hash-file exception
No hashes loaded.
Is that the part royce told me to do? To extract a hash from my veracrypt volume? How can I do this?

A few posts ago you asked me, why I wrote
--increment 4:6 (17:19)
Now I've found this syntax again

  -i,  --increment=NUM:NUM  Enable increment mode. 1st NUM=start, 2nd NUM=stop
                            Example: -i 4:8 searches lengths 4-8 (inclusive)
it's part of the hashcat-wiki under the point options.

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RE: Using hashcat with maskprocessor - here: veracrypt - by Snoop - 08-19-2019, 07:26 PM