Decrypting Passwords
by pbrcrew - March 10, 2018 at 04:54 PM
#13
thanks for share nice work
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#14
(November 08, 2018 at 05:58 AM)noone2407 Wrote: we can use HashCat in linux to crack any MD5 in less than 1 second byusing a multiple GPU system
so all we need to do is building a system and writing some script

Do you mean renting some multi GPU cloud machine or something like that?
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#15
Not bad for a beginner.
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#16
thanks you very mach i really appreciate you work in here and am really glad you in here helping us in this advances word we living in
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#17
(October 06, 2018 at 12:18 AM)aZVgj8aAbn Wrote: Cool but how about use hashcat or jtr?

That is what I was thinking. I think hashcat is more powerful.
If I am not wrong, hashcat supports gpu power and jhon the ripper does not.
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#18
Hashcat is way much better than john imo.
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#19
Suppose the subject like this will be last to the End of the world. Angel
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#20
its easy to decrypt m5 passwords dude
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#21
hashcat is the superior choice due to CUDA if you have a good video card (JtR uses cpu). but often you need to just whip something up to generate a hash or two - espeically if it's a custom hashing algorithm. does know if it's possible to do so easily? what language?
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#22
youre going to need hashcat for anything besides md5
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#23
Thanks mate, will try this out
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#24
Just use hashcat much easier and faster cause it is constantly updated.
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