Help for rule
#1
any one help me please 

how to create rule prepend_ldu ( 2hex) mix
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#2
I do not understand the question yet. Smile Could you provide an example?
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#3
(07-07-2018, 03:51 PM)royce Wrote: I do not understand the question yet. Smile Could you provide an example?

thanks

^A^b
^B^d
^C^9
i need like that Az az 09 mix
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#4
Code:
hashcat --stdout -a 3 -1 ?l?d?u "^?1 ^?1"
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#5
Or
Code:
mp64 -1 ?l?d?u "^?1^?1" >prepend-ldu2.rule

The nice thing about philsmd's solution, though, is that it generates the rules in Markov order.
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#6
Thanks thanks thanks royce & philsmd

sorry again. 

i tyr but mask processor 

mp64 -1 ?l?d?u "^?1^?1" My.wordlist | Hashcat  -m XXXX -a 3 -w 3 --gpu-temp-disable Hccapx

some thing wrong only  

[s]tatus [p]ause [r]esume [b]ypass [q]uit (only like display ) no more 

no more function. ( no time estimate. no speed show. password progress. nothing 

what i need to do?? may be my command wrong ?
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#7
In this case, you don't want to use mp64 to generate a wordlist or pipe anything to hashcat. Instead, you want to use it to generate rules.

Code:
$ mp64 -1 ?l?d?u "^?1^?1" >prepend-ldu2.rule
$ hashcat -m XXXX -a 0 -w 3 -r prepend-ldu2.rule hccapx
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#8
Wink 
sorry sorry sorry again.

i have all ready one world list (6 hex) so i need to ad more to mask
for exp- my word list == Xtd8jZ last to mask ????
tha final out put 8hex

sorry my English poor
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#9
please how to ad 

word list + prepend-ldu2.rule ( 2hex ) 
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#10
Apologies for the error in my previous post - I was using -a 3 accidentally; it should have been -a 0.
Code:
hashcat -m XXXX -a 0 -w 3 -r prepend-ldu2.rule hccapx [wordlist]
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