Running hashcat on multiple hash files
#1
Is there a way to do this?  I tried this:

hashcat -m 16800 --show *.16800

This actually runs, but it only shows results for the first file in the directory.
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#2
Have you tried to cat them all in one file?
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#3
I did the Windows equivalent

copy /b *.16800 all.16800

That works, but I guess I was just curious if hashcat can handle multiple files at once.
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#4
hashcat currently expects the target hash to be a single file (or a single hash on the command line).
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#5
(10-23-2019, 09:40 PM)slawson Wrote: copy /b *.16800 all.16800

Pay attention,
/B          Indicates a binary file

While 16800 mode is text only.
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#6
Under the Windows command line, the /b switch to copy preserves all original content when concatenating files. In this context, it is the correct switch to use.
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