Running hashcat on multiple hash files
(10-29-2019, 02:43 PM)royce Wrote: Under the Windows command line, the /b switch to copy preserves all original content when concatenating files. In this context, it is the correct switch to use.

I hate to necro-thread, but don't want to start a new thread to follow up.... There doesn't seem to be much of a speed advantage for cracking multiple MD5crypt hashes in one file, rather than doing them independently. Always thought the calculation of the hash from the candidate is the rate limiting step, not comparing the hashes to those in the given file. 
Is this expected behavior?

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RE: Running hashcat on multiple hash files - by drsnooker - 09-13-2021, 03:08 AM