crc32 hash format, No hashes loaded, line length exception?
#1
Same problem on CRC32. Whats going on there?
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#2
This is not the correct hash format that you use.
The correct hash format can always be determined by looking at the example hashes here https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes (or using the --example-hash parameter, e.g. hashcat -m 11500 --example-hashes

The example page already mentions that you can set the salt to all zero if applicable/needed
Quote:You can consider the second part as a “salt”. If it is equal to 00000000, the CRC32 code will be considered as “not salted”
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#3
You're right, thank you!

Hashcat -h doesn't show such format information.

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