Need to extract plaintext for truncated MD5 hashes
My request is here (and below):

I have an odd situation here. I have a few thousand partial MD5 hashes (first 6 characters), and I know that the plaintext is 10 lowercase hex digits (0000000000-ffffffffff). This basically comes out to a trillion MD5 hashes. Also because they are truncated MD5 hashes, there are going to be several possible matches.

So, I am curious with my 3080, if I can provide in the partial MD5s (first 6 characters) and the criteria of 10 lowercase hex characters, if hashcat can give me the list of possibilities?

Willing to pay
This violates our forum rules.

> "Do not ask people to crack your hash. It does not matter if you are willing to pay."
I am not asking for someone to crack it for me, but to develop a customer kernel, as you said in the linked post
Fair point - I was reading too fast! Honestly not something that's come up before (for me, anyway).
Forgot to mention that I am willing to pay $250 for this.
It's fairly easy to achieve this with python, though of course the performance is significantly lower, the development effort is significantly easier as a result.

A hashcat module is a little harder to develop.
Disregard, went elsewhere for this