Twofish + whirlpool hash
#1
Hi to all. I know, Hashcat support Whirlpool and Twofish, but I can not use it for my task. I have the source code, written in C ++, but its speed is very slow, because it uses only CPU. I need to find a working solution for AMD Radeon (HD 7970) to decrypt the hash that was created using these cryptographic functions. Can anybody advise me where I can find programmer who could port this source code to AMD Radeon for a good reward?
P.S. If my topic violates the rules, I am ready to remove it. Thanks beforehand.
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#2
(04-27-2015, 07:18 AM)Darhan Wrote: Hi to all. I know, Hashcat support Whirlpool and Twofish

No, Hashcat does not have support for Twofish.


(04-27-2015, 07:18 AM)Darhan Wrote: Can anybody advise me where I can find programmer who could port this source code to AMD Radeon for a good reward?
P.S. If my topic violates the rules, I am ready to remove it. Thanks beforehand.

Not really violating the rules, but not really an appropriate request for this forum, either.
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#3
Hi epixoip. Thanks for reply.

(04-27-2015, 07:30 AM)epixoip Wrote: not really an appropriate request for this forum, either.
I know. This is extreme measures. I'm looking for someone for about a week, but can't find really professional developer. I used hashcat early, when worked with the MD5 hash (half-md5), I assembled 4xHD7970 specifically for this, and used hashcat (was wrong about twofish support). I know hashcat is a cool tool and created competently. Therefore, I would like to ask here can anyone wants to do the job or can recommend someone. I would be appreciate.
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#4
If you want performance there's no way around rewriting the crypto functions on gpgpu. Or you do it half-way. Do only the slow stuff on GPU and the rest on CPU with a crypto library.
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