Output all hashes: cracked and non-cracked
#1
Hello,
with --show i can show all cracked passwords ordered in same sequence as input file. Is there a option where you can show all hashes? Cracked and non-cracked ordered in same sequence input file?

Example:

Input file:                                                             
c0af77cf8294ff93a5cdb2963ca9f038                          
c0af77cf8294ff93a5cdb2963ca9f038                          
a261108357a8dbcb6a891b1efd40a794                       
2ca63cddd54f9490efad22421891a9d1       
f1534cd6b03bca4163d5773a988dc3bc               
c8d46d341bea4fd5bff866a65ff8aea9                          

Output file:
c0af77cf8294ff93a5cdb2963ca9f038:tree
c0af77cf8294ff93a5cdb2963ca9f038:tree
a261108357a8dbcb6a891b1efd40a794:
2ca63cddd54f9490efad22421891a9d1:house
f1534cd6b03bca4163d5773a988dc3bc:
c8d46d341bea4fd5bff866a65ff8aea9:game

Thanks for the help!
#2
Out of curiosity - why is the order important?
#3
(06-18-2016, 06:02 PM)royce Wrote: Out of curiosity - why is the order important?
If you have separate file where do you have 200k rows and colums with names and hashes you can easy copy paste results into own column and it matches hashes...
#4
(06-18-2016, 07:52 PM)makary Wrote:
(06-18-2016, 06:02 PM)royce Wrote: Out of curiosity - why is the order important?
If you have separate file where do you have 200k rows and colums with names and hashes you can easy copy paste results into own column and it matches hashes...

Use --show --username to get that.

https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-985-pos...l#pid13308

Best regards,
Azren