hashcat and oclHashcat have gone open source
#11
Long live hashcat, thank you!
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#12
Thank you Atom, this is a great contribution. We're in your debt.
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#13
Thanks Atom,
I' m supprised your big decision!!!!
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#14
Good job
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#15
interesting
but yeah thanks to all past and future contributors
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#16
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Thank you very much!
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#17
Seems soon we will see *hashcat integrated somewhere, so problems like doing specific functions with wrappers will be gone. Thank you atom for good job you do as always.
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#18
Thank you very much for all the great work you and the other developers and beta testers do for this amazing project.
I am very excited about the bitsliced algorithms and hope to learn more about gpgpu computing by studying the olcHashcat sourcecode
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#19
Thank you! I've been waiting for this day, I'm excited to poke at what it takes to create custom kernels for things that I've wished I could do on GPU for some time!
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#20
I think its really cool that you saw open source as a way to improve the capabilities and that was a good motivation for it.
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