Third-party utility: analyze_hc_restore
#1
analyze_hc_restore is a perl script I have developed that can be very handy to help analyze and mofify oclHashcat .restore files ( https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ocl...store-file ).

The github repository can be found here:
https://github.com/philsmd/analyze_hc_restore

With this tool it is for instance possible to add some specific options/switches to the command line string ("argv") stored in the .restore file (for instance add -w 3 if you have forget it at first run) and hence change some switches/parameters which oclHashcat will be recognize when restarting with:
oclHashcat --restore

To display all options available, use:
analyze_hc_restore.pl --help

Let me know if you find this tool useful.
Any suggestion, comments, pull request and issue reports are of course very appreciated.
Thx
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#2
I find this tool quite useful for long runs or if I'm up to no good and want to do some shenanigans to the restore file.
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#3
Is this going to be updated for the recent hashcat v3 series?
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#4
That would be nice, isn't it working anymore?
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