Just a little issue, hoping for some support
#1
Wink 
Hey folks

sorry to bother with my stupid Q, but after reading up and down for over an hour, on diff sites and forums, I allow myself to post it here --> thus, thanks a lot for your support on my Q.

I am trying to use hashcat on an iTunes backup (v10+).

Unfortunately, I get the following error, which brings hashcat to a sudden halt:

Initialized device kernels and memory...dyld: lazy symbol binding failed: Symbol not found: _clock_gettime
  Referenced from: /Users/Misty/Desktop/manifest/hashcat/./hashcat
  Expected in: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib

dyld: Symbol not found: _clock_gettime
  Referenced from: /Users/Misty/Desktop/manifest/hashcat/./hashcat
  Expected in: /usr/lib/libSystem.B.dylib


My OS X is: 10.11.5
Hashcat is: hashcat (v4.0.1-74-ga680f19)
Xcode is: Version 8.1 (8B62)

Merci beaucoup, for your support!

BR Big Grin

 
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#2
Would be nice to know the results of your "reading up and down for over an hour, on diff sites and forums". Because you're bound to get suggestions that you already saw in your hours of research but didn't work.

Anyway you could try to update to Xcode 8.2.1 (8C1002) which is the latest that will run on 10.11.5. I think the easiest way is by running 'xcode-select --install'.
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#3
I'm pretty sure that this "problem" has to do with this (still open) problem:
https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/1479 (also see https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/pull/1480)

I'm not sure why the suggested fix by atom (jsteube) wasn't pushed yet.... but the fix is very easy.

You could also use a (slightly) older version or the release version from https://hashcat.net/hashcat for now (development/git versions are sometimes - but fortunately very rarely - affected by small bugs etc... that's why a non-release version should be considered as experimental/development-version ).
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#4
Rainbow 
**ISSUE SOLVED**

SOLUTION: 

You could also use a (slightly) older version or the release version from https://hashcat.net/hashcat for now (development/git versions are sometimes - but fortunately very rarely - affected by small bugs etc... that's why a non-release version should be considered as experimental/development-version ).

VERSION USED: v4.0.1

Thanks a lot to philsmd Big Grin, and also to DanielG (Yes I will do so from now on).

BR

Ninja2018
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