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Decrypting Passwords
by pbrcrew - March 10, 2018 at 04:54 PM
thanks for share nice work
(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?
Not bad for a beginner.
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
(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.
Hashcat is way much better than john imo.
Suppose the subject like this will be last to the End of the world. Angel
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its easy to decrypt m5 passwords dude
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?
youre going to need hashcat for anything besides md5
Thanks mate, will try this out
Just use hashcat much easier and faster cause it is constantly updated.
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