Trying to get a myspace decrypt
#1
So I found this I wanted to work with https://blog.cynosureprime.com/2016/07/m...eyond.html

Original- 99999999:0x30DA9C34BCA61201E7EA326F70BD4BE04120D7

So what I was trying to run was this- 30DA9C34BCA61201E7EA326F70BD4BE04120D7

But everytime I tried to run the hash I kept getting invalid length errors or it would say there is no hash and or corrupted.

I went thru the example hashes here https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes

but I couldnt get anything to work. Could someone please lead me in the right direction of how to do this?
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#2
what's your command line? did you specify the correct hash mode?
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#3
I probably didnt honestly. I tried about 15 different modes I saw on the list based off youtube tutorials.

In the command the -mX is the X I changed about 15 times with modes from the list.

hashcat64.exe -mX -a0 --force decrypted.txt hash.txt

hashcat64.exe -mX -a3 decrypted.txt hash.txt


Completely new to this and learning from youtube mostly.
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#4
I recommend simply reading the --help output and wiki. Most youtube tutorials are excruciating.

By reading the --help output you would quickly notice that whatever that "decrypted.txt" file is, it doesn't belong there. Also you are not specifying neither a wordlist or a mask (depending on attack type). Blindly guessing things is not going to help you. Reading documentation is.
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