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1. Is it possible to use hashcat on a VeraCrypy Partition

while I know only the Hash Algorithmic is SHA-512 but without knowing the Encrypt Algorithm?

2. What if the Encrypt Algorithm is Kuznyechik-Serpent-Camellia?

I don't see an example in the Help/Wiki. hashcat support it?

3. Hashcat care about the Encrypt Algorithm at all (rather than Hash Algorithmic)? if so why?

Thx a lot!

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there is an old thread where atom shows that hashcat attacks all possible encryptions algorithms when using XTS 1536, all you need is to know the hashtype which should be default sha-512 (im in hurry so i cant search the thread)

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Yea it works!

if you use Hash Mode -m 13723 (which is SHA-512 with XTS 1536)

it will crack SHA-512 with 3 ciphers cascaded Encrypt Algorithm,

such as - Kuznyechik-Serpent-Camellia.

I didn't, however, test if it will also crack hash of - SHA-512 of 1 or 2 ciphers such as Serpent-AES or Serpent.

Interesting to know.

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(06-14-2022, 05:29 PM)ttgoa Wrote: Yea it works!

if you use Hash Mode -m 13723 (which is SHA-512 with XTS 1536)

it will crack SHA-512 with 3 ciphers cascaded Encrypt Algorithm,

such as - Kuznyechik-Serpent-Camellia.

I didn't, however, test if it will also crack hash of - SHA-512 of 1 or 2 ciphers such as Serpent-AES or Serpent.

Interesting to know.

it will

i found the old thread from atom see

https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-4812.html
XTS 512 1024 1536 are the cascading styles (any) 1,2,3

512 will crack only single ciphers

1024 will also crack single ciphers and double ciphers

1536 will crack single, double, tripple

so you can always choose XTS 1536 BUT at the cost of 1/3 speed total