WinZip - can not use wordlist on Tesla P100
#1
when cracking WinZip on Tesla P100, i get many errors:

cmd:
./hashcat -a 0 -m 13600 winzip.txt top10k.dic

std output:

.txt   err-std.txt (Size: 3.77 KB / Downloads: 9)

err output:

.txt   err-err.txt (Size: 4.73 KB / Downloads: 8)

winzip hash file = winzip.txt
winzip source file = 123.zip
123.zip password = 123
wordlist = top10k.dic    a text file that contains 10,000 entries.


I can use the following cmd cracked the password 123:
./hashcat -a 3 -m 13600 winzip.txt ?d?d?d


why can't i correct using wordlist for hashcat?

help me, thanks.


Attached Files
.txt   winzip.txt (Size: 221 bytes / Downloads: 6)
.zip   123.zip (Size: 280 bytes / Downloads: 3)
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#2
which GPU are you using? I used Tesla P100, then the errors occur. when i use nvidia 1080, that no errors occur.

thanks.


(11-14-2017, 05:04 PM)Jiminy Wrote: I just tried it, cracked easily in less than 5 seconds.  Maybe your dictionary does not contain the password?  The top10k.dic I just downloaded does not have the indicated password by itself, but many variations.  Check your wordlist.  If the password is not contained in the wordlist, it will not crack it, unless you are using rules that would modify the password to what you need.  I just tried it against all the rules included with the latest version of hashcat and had no success.  Tried it with the rock_you.txt wordlist and again, cracked within a few seconds.

(11-14-2017, 02:06 PM)jim-jack Wrote: when cracking WinZip on Tesla P100, i get many errors:

cmd:
./hashcat -a 0 -m 13600 winzip.txt top10k.dic

std output:


err output:


winzip hash file = winzip.txt
winzip source file = 123.zip
123.zip password = 123
wordlist = top10k.dic    a text file that contains 10,000 entries.


I can use the following cmd cracked the password 123:
./hashcat -a 3 -m 13600 winzip.txt ?d?d?d


why can't i correct using wordlist for hashcat?

help me, thanks.
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#3
we need more useless fullquotes in this thread

(11-15-2017, 05:11 PM)Jiminy Wrote: I use a pair of GTX-960s.  Nothing fancy or powerful. 
Perhaps you could reload the drivers for your Tesla P100? or verify that it is indeed fully supported?

(11-15-2017, 03:09 AM)jim-jack Wrote: which GPU are you using? I used Tesla P100, then the errors occur. when i use nvidia 1080, that no errors occur.

thanks.


(11-14-2017, 05:04 PM)Jiminy Wrote: I just tried it, cracked easily in less than 5 seconds.  Maybe your dictionary does not contain the password?  The top10k.dic I just downloaded does not have the indicated password by itself, but many variations.  Check your wordlist.  If the password is not contained in the wordlist, it will not crack it, unless you are using rules that would modify the password to what you need.  I just tried it against all the rules included with the latest version of hashcat and had no success.  Tried it with the rock_you.txt wordlist and again, cracked within a few seconds.

(11-14-2017, 02:06 PM)jim-jack Wrote: when cracking WinZip on Tesla P100, i get many errors:

cmd:
./hashcat -a 0 -m 13600 winzip.txt top10k.dic

std output:


err output:


winzip hash file = winzip.txt
winzip source file = 123.zip
123.zip password = 123
wordlist = top10k.dic    a text file that contains 10,000 entries.


I can use the following cmd cracked the password 123:
./hashcat -a 3 -m 13600 winzip.txt ?d?d?d


why can't i correct using wordlist for hashcat?

help me, thanks.
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#4
Which Nvidia drivers are you using?
Are these errors present in other hashmodes?
What happens when you run a benchmark with the P100?
Have you tried the 4.0.1 version of hashcat?
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#5
(11-15-2017, 07:41 PM)MrMeeseeks Wrote: Which Nvidia drivers are you using?
Are these errors present in other hashmodes?
What happens when you run a benchmark with the P100?
Have you tried the 4.0.1 version of hashcat?

Nvidia drivers = NVIDIA-Linux-x86_64-384.81 , newest driver.

these errors are not present in other hashmodes.

running benchmark is right. i can use mode 3 (?d?d?d) cracked the pwd.

I not tried 4.0.1 version.

using nvidia 1080, there are no errors. may be the errors only ocurr on nvidia p100.

thanks.
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#6
I have removed all my useless posts and quotes that I can from this thread. Thank you for your concern.
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#7
Please reinstall your Nvidia driver with the same version (384), then try version 4.0.1 of hashcat.
I found that there was a similar error in 3 other Tesla cards noted in issue #1307 on github for hashcat version 3.4 and 3.6.
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