Separator Unmatched! Please help!
#1
I am using The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) linux to get itunes-backup password ios 10.
I type:

hashcat -a 3 -m 14800 -d1 --force myhashfile.txt
 
But the error comes and says ($itunes_backup$*10*X7XX5XX2b3aXXbX73XXcc8f0XX4fXX63*X7XX5XX2b3aXXbX73XXcc8f0XX4fXX63): Separator unmatched.

Please help me if you know why!
Is this due to my graphics card? 
Please give a detailed explanation.
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#2
That format has more fields, separated by asterisks, than your hash.

If you try your attack against this example hash from hashcat wiki has more fields:

$itunes_backup$*10*8b715f516ff8e64442c478c2d9abb046fc6979ab079007d3dbcef3ddd84217f4c3db01362d88fa68*10000*2353363784073608264337337723324886300850*10000000*425b4bb4e200b5fd4c66979c9caca31716052063
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#3
(04-13-2018, 04:48 PM)royce Wrote: That format has more fields, separated by asterisks, than your hash.

If you try your attack against this example hash from hashcat wiki has more fields:

$itunes_backup$*10*8b715f516ff8e64442c478c2d9abb046fc6979ab079007d3dbcef3ddd84217f4c3db01362d88fa68*10000*2353363784073608264337337723324886300850*10000000*425b4bb4e200b5fd4c66979c9caca31716052063

I did but Due to the terms and conditions we're not allowed to share our hash so i put less fields.
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#4
Does your attack work against the example hash? If so, the problem is probably your hash. Double-check to ensure that the field count is identical.
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