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Hashtopus - distributed solution
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Hi Curlyboi,

First of all thanks for creating such nice hashcat web interface and backend.
On my windows machine everything is working perfect.

But today I installed it on my Ubuntu 14.04 installed and i am receiving some error:
In the attachment the debug output.

The problem occurs on the --separator parameter.

Al the settings are default so it did not change the separator in the config.

Running version 0.9.7

Thanks!


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That symbol looks like a file has got a wee bit corrupted somewhere. I had a similar problem once moving a file from Windows to an Ubuntu VM and it was very difficult convincing it to go normal. Bearing in mind I know nothing about hashtopus, perhaps try copying the files again?
(09-08-2015, 02:55 AM)FlippingGerman Wrote: That symbol looks like a file has got a wee bit corrupted somewhere. I had a similar problem once moving a file from Windows to an Ubuntu VM and it was very difficult convincing it to go normal. Bearing in mind I know nothing about hashtopus, perhaps try copying the files again?

Thanks FlippingGerman, i started from scratch and now it is working Smile no more errors!

Just another question the visual representation is not working on windows and linux.. is no big deal but does somebody know why this is?
I have been fighting getting hashtopus (v0.9.7) (I started this September 9, and took a break over the bulk of the weekend to read anything I could find on getting this going.  I have an ubuntu server front end (control unit).  I finally got the web front end working after sorting out the required import directory needing to be added and messing with file/directory permissions.  I tried with windows 1st, but gave up, after several hours of IIS heck...  

after searching through the forums, and not being a solid Linux person, just giving all permissions to the /var/www/html/* directory where hashtopus is living (I know really bad security), but this setup will live on a private network when up and running.

I am trying to upload hccap files, but getting the following error;

Upload new hashlist:

Property
Value
Name: test

Hashtype: 2500

Hashlist format:
Text fileHCCAP fileBinary file (single hash)
 Salted hashes, separator 
Hash source
(make sure
it's sorted!)

Paste
Upload
Import
URL download
File to import:
paulc.hccap


when I click create hashlist I get the error below, it does not appear to matter if it's an import from the import directory or upload from my local PC.

with an import I get this eorror;
Creating hashlist in the DB... OK (id: 13)
Adding file hashlist_13:
Loading imported file...DST ERROR


with an upload I get this error;
Creating hashlist in the DB... OK (id: 12)
Adding file hashlist_12:
Moving uploaded file...ERROR

when I list the hashlists I get the list below;
[font=sans-serif]List of hashlists (4):

id
Name
Hash type
Format
Cracked
Pre-cracked
Action
9
test
WPA/WPA2
HCCAP
0.00%
(0 / 0)

 

10
test2
WPA/WPA2
HCCAP
0.00%
(0 / 0)

 

11
test2
WPA/WPA2
HCCAP
0.00%
(0 / 0)

 

12
test2
WPA/WPA2
HCCAP
0.00%
(0 / 0)
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[font=sans-serif]so this is problem 1 I am working with.[/font]

[font=sans-serif]The other part is a windows client connects without issue downloads and is ready to go, just waiting for a job (windows 8.1 base install with updates and AMD driver (latest non-beta from direct from AMD).  [/font]

[font=sans-serif]When I try to add a Linux client/node (amd-driver-installer-15.20.1046-x86.x86_64.run) and I create the  catalyst_ver.txt and dump in anything like 1409 or 1507 it downloads from the control node without issue, but then I get the following with version 1409 or higher in the text file;[/font]

[font=sans-serif]chris@hashtopus-node4:~$ mono hashtopus.exe debug
[/font]

Hashtopus 0.9.7

Debug mode on.

lspci

uname -n

Logging in to server...OK.

Linux OS detected.

AMD detected.

New Hashcat version available, downloading...10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100%

Clearing directories...

Extracting archive /home/chris/hashcat.7z...

/home/chris/7zr x -y -o"/home/chris/" "/home/chris/hashcat.7z" "oclHashcat-1.37/hashcat.hcstat" "oclHashcat-1.37/hashcat.keyfile" "oclHashcat-1.37/kernels/4098/*.llvmir" "oclHashcat-1.37/oclHashcat32.bin"
[font=sans-serif]Root directory was not unpacked or was incorrectly defined.
 
[/font]

[font=sans-serif]I saw the above errors mentioned in this forum, so I added the 7zr packages to my install but they don't help.  [/font]

[font=sans-serif]If I create the oclHashcat-1.37 directories the agent removes them on me if I use 1409 in the catalyst_ver.txt file.  If I use something older in the [font=sans-serif]catalyst_ver.txt like 1046 or 1309 it leaves the directory alone, and I get messages from the agent: Could not download hashcat: No hashcat releases found for this driver!.  [/font][/font]

if I use anything older than 1409 in the text file;

chris@hashtopus-node4:~$ mono hashtopus.exe debug
Hashtopus 0.9.7
Debug mode on.
lspci
uname -n
Logging in to server...OK.
Linux OS detected.
AMD detected.
Could not download hashcat: No hashcat releases found for this driver!

if I kick off the a job or run the benchmark with olchashcat everything starts and will run for hours Windows or Linux agents without issue.

[font=sans-serif][font=sans-serif][font=sans-serif]ideally I would like to use Linux clients over Windows.[/font][/font][/font]

I am looking at having a total of 4 nodes with 5 GPU's 2xR9 270'x and 3xR7 265's in this cluster.

any help would be greatly appreciated, I am looking forward to getting this up and running. 
so part 1 I resovled: I ended up doing a chwon www-data:www-data to the /var/www/html/* (I had tried root:root and chris:chris (my user) no luck) I also have everything set to chown 777 to the /var/www/html/* and import and files directories.. I'm making progress..

type 2500 and hccap file and both the upload and import work Wink

Creating hashlist in the DB... OK (id: 26)
Adding file hashlist_26:
Loading imported file...OK
Opening file hashlist_26 (392 B)...OK
Importing wireless networks...
Found network SOMENETWORK


Insert completed (1 hashes inserted, 0 errors, took 0 sec)
update: Linux same issue

Windows with an -a3

C:\Users\chris\Desktop>hashtopus.exe debug
Hashtopus 0.9.7
Debug mode on.
Logging in to server...OK.
Windows OS detected.
AMD detected.
Parsing driver version from '15.7.1'
Loading task...assigned to 11, hashlist 27 (continue)
File paulc.cap.hccap already exists.
Hashlist already exists.
Requesting chunk...keyspace measuring required
Measuring keyspace...C:\Users\chris\Desktop\hashcat\oclHashcat64.exe "C:\Users\c
hris\Desktop\hashlists\27" "C:\Users\chris\Desktop\files\paulc.cap.hccap" -a3 ?d
?d?d?d?d?d?d?d --hash-type=2500 --session=hashtopus --keyspace --quiet
WARN: ADL_Overdrive6_FanSpeed_Get(): -5

ERROR: ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d: No such file or directory
ERROR -1
[ERR] Uploading 99 b...Uploaded 2 errors

passing the hccap.cap.hccap and txt file down..

C:\Users\chris\Desktop>hashtopus.exe debug
Hashtopus 0.9.7
Debug mode on.
Logging in to server...OK.
Windows OS detected.
AMD detected.
Parsing driver version from '15.7.1'
Loading task...failed: No active tasks.
Waiting for next assignment...
Windows OS detected.
AMD detected.
Parsing driver version from '15.7.1'
Loading task...failed: No active tasks.
Windows OS detected.
AMD detected.
Parsing driver version from '15.7.1'
Loading task...assigned to 12, hashlist 27 (continue)
File paulc.cap.hccap already exists.
File rockyou.txt already exists.
Hashlist already exists.
Requesting chunk...keyspace measuring required
Measuring keyspace...C:\Users\chris\Desktop\hashcat\oclHashcat64.exe "C:\Users\c
hris\Desktop\hashlists\27" "C:\Users\chris\Desktop\files\paulc.cap.hccap" "C:\Us
ers\chris\Desktop\files\rockyou.txt" --hash-type=2500 --session=hashtopus --keys
pace --quiet
WARN: ADL_Overdrive6_FanSpeed_Get(): -5

ERROR: --keyspace is not supported with --increment or mask files
ERROR -1
[ERR] Uploading 114 b...Uploaded 2 errors
Windows OS detected.
AMD detected.
Parsing driver version from '15.7.1'
Loading task...failed: No active tasks.
Waiting for next assignment...

without the --keyspace command it runs..

not sure what the 27 at the front is the hashlist ID:..

any throughts would be appreciated.. forward progress is good..
I think I got it for windows working...

I updated the command to the following; after seeing a post on the forums..

-a 3 #HL# ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d

I now have 3 windows 8.1 x64 nodes processing away at @ 288.94 kH/s
I am trying to build a strong hashtopus cluster to crack WPA handshakes.

Any volunteers to help me make my cluster stronger will be appreciated.

If things go well, there may be financial compensation but no guarantees
Can some one help me?
I have a AMD 7870 and i get 1661.02 MH/s if i use hashtopus.
But is i use the hashcat banchmark i get around 5000 MH/s.
I have tryed to use -n 80 -u 4096 but then i get a error (ERROR: Invalid gpu-loops specified)
(10-05-2015, 10:42 AM)Matthijz98 Wrote: Can some one help me?
I have a AMD 7870 and i get 1661.02 MH/s if i use hashtopus.
But is i use the hashcat banchmark i get around 5000 MH/s.
I have tryed to use -n 80 -u 4096 but then i get a error (ERROR: Invalid gpu-loops specified)

For what hash type?