Hashcat two separators - Other Questions
#1
Hello,

Is there any way to import UserID:Email:Hash in hashcat without removing user id? Because that file is huge it will take time... Also would it go any faster if i crack just hashes, not email:hash? And today i bought GTX 1080 and i was going to crack IPB (2811) and it was going pretty slow. Did i done something wrong? I'm using command


cudahashcat64.exe -a 0 -m 2811 --username HashedFIle.txt -o output.txt D:\Passwords

Should i use add something more? I was hoping it will go way faster, my friend with TITAN X have it unhashing fast as hell Tongue
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#2
Looks like there's more than one question here.

A) You'll have to trim out the email, or replace the first colon with a different character (so that hashcat will treat the entire string as the "username"

B) Post an error and we can help troubleshoot further.
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#3
There's are difference between your card and the Titan X, but it's no so much. The things that really creates a difference is the number of unique salts. That means if you compare the GPU, you also need to use the same hashlist with the same number of hashes in it.
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#4
(06-29-2016, 09:52 PM)tiren1337 Wrote: Hello,

Is there any way to import UserID:Email:Hash in hashcat without removing user id? Because that file is huge it will take time... Also would it go any faster if i crack just hashes, not email:hash? And today i bought GTX 1080 and i was going to crack IPB (2811) and it was going pretty slow. Did i done something wrong? I'm using command


cudahashcat64.exe -a 0 -m 2811 --username HashedFIle.txt -o output.txt D:\Passwords

Should i use add something more? I was hoping it will go way faster, my friend with TITAN X have it unhashing fast as hell Tongue

something like this:

cut -d: -f1,3- < hashfile > hashfile.out
then run hashcat --username -m blah [insert rest of command line here] hashfile.out
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