Strange errors
#1
Since 6.2.5, currently 6.2.6 I am getting attached errors.

Batch file starting the cracking is the same.

What is suprising here is that after fresh reboot of computer - there is no problem.
Problem appears after once running Google Chrome (at least from what I have observed).

Any ideas?

Commands (variables are set):

hashcat -m 11300 -a 0 -w 3 %file% %pass% -o %out% --session=%t%
hashcat --session %t% --restore


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#2
Start with the hashcat -I command and paste the result.
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#3
Code:
hashcat (v6.2.6) starting in backend information mode

CUDA Info:
==========

CUDA.Version.: 11.7

Backend Device ID #1 (Alias: #2)
  Name...........: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
  Processor(s)...: 28
  Clock..........: 1657
  Memory.Total...: 11263 MB
  Memory.Free....: 10223 MB
  Local.Memory...: 48 KB
  PCI.Addr.BDFe..: 0000:01:00.0

OpenCL Info:
============

OpenCL Platform ID #1
  Vendor..: NVIDIA Corporation
  Name....: NVIDIA CUDA
  Version.: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA 11.7.102

  Backend Device ID #2 (Alias: #1)
    Type...........: GPU
    Vendor.ID......: 32
    Vendor.........: NVIDIA Corporation
    Name...........: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
    Version........: OpenCL 3.0 CUDA
    Processor(s)...: 28
    Clock..........: 1657
    Memory.Total...: 11263 MB (limited to 2815 MB allocatable in one block)
    Memory.Free....: 10560 MB
    Local.Memory...: 48 KB
    OpenCL.Version.: OpenCL C 1.2
    Driver.Version.: 517.48
    PCI.Addr.BDF...: 01:00.0

OpenCL Platform ID #2
  Vendor..: Intel(R) Corporation
  Name....: Intel(R) OpenCL
  Version.: OpenCL 3.0 WINDOWS

  Backend Device ID #3
    Type...........: CPU
    Vendor.ID......: 8
    Vendor.........: Intel(R) Corporation
    Name...........: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz
    Version........: OpenCL 3.0 (Build 0)
    Processor(s)...: 16
    Clock..........: 3600
    Memory.Total...: 16312 MB (limited to 4078 MB allocatable in one block)
    Memory.Free....: 8124 MB
    Local.Memory...: 32 KB
    OpenCL.Version.: OpenCL C 3.0
    Driver.Version.: 2022.13.3.0.16_160000
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#4
i believe cuda 11.7 is to "new" for your gtx 1080 so its using functions which are not implemented by your gpu, try running hashcat with cuda 11.5 or 11.6 (clean deinstall)

regarding cuda website the latest fully supported cuda version is 11.3 for a 1080, im running two 1050 on my workstation with cuda 11.6 and there are no problems, so try running hashcat with 11.6 (see output of hashcat -I to verify the cudaversion)
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#5
(10-10-2022, 01:57 PM)Snoopy Wrote: i believe cuda 11.7 is to "new" for your gtx 1080 so its using functions which are not implemented by your gpu, try running hashcat with cuda 11.5 or 11.6 (clean deinstall)

regarding cuda website the latest fully supported cuda version is 11.3 for a 1080, im running two 1050 on my workstation with cuda 11.6 and there are no problems, so try running hashcat with 11.6 (see output of hashcat -I to verify the cudaversion)

No, it sometimes work for hours without problem, and sometimes throw error after half a minute.

CUDA should be and is backwards compatible:
https://docs.nvidia.com/deploy/cuda-comp...index.html

Try something else.

Seems like the problem was with hashcat 6.2.5. 6.2.6 seems to work without errors.
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#6
Problem still exists on 6.2.6. Starting firefox or chrome makes the issue appear.
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#7
(10-10-2022, 03:45 PM)pbies Wrote: Problem still exists on 6.2.6. Starting firefox or chrome makes the issue appear.

Report bug here https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues
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