Hash cracking [MD5(PLAINSHA1MD5(PLAIN))]
by m1st - October 08, 2019 at 06:21 PM
#1
Hello, guys any one can help to decrypt this format?
I am already checked hashcat, passwordpro for this kind hash format, after deep searching find mdxfind, johnripper but can`t understand how it works, should I use this tool or You know better way to do it?



MD5(PLAINSHA1MD5(PLAIN))



1. password

2. password(sha1,md5(password))
3. md5 of password(sha1,md5(password))



looks stupid, but it really hard to find the way of big db decrypting.



Here example of password 123456

(sha1,md5(password)): 10470c3b4b1fed12c3baac014be15fac67c6e815
password(sha1,md5(password)): 12345610470c3b4b1fed12c3baac014be15fac67c6e815

md5(password(sha1,md5(password))): b1a8f679027067ba86433bed67bf5618
#2
If you're using mdxfind then try this exact command.

mdxfind -h MD5PASSSHA1MD5 -f hash.txt wordlist.txt

Where hash.txt should contain hashes you want to crack
#3
it have password at the end, I am already checked all algo :/
MD5PASSSHA1MD5PASS
or wait, it should work? Tongue

Holy fuk, much thanks!!!
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(October 08, 2019 at 06:37 PM)liff Wrote: If you're using mdxfind then try this exact command.

mdxfind -h MD5PASSSHA1MD5 -f hash.txt wordlist.txt

Where hash.txt should contain hashes you want to crack
By the way should I use -o to save file or it saving some where?
#4
You might find this helpful too - https://hashes.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=10
#5
I don't think there's an -o flag in mdxfind, you'll have to use  do it this way:

mdxfind -h MD5PASSSHA1MD5 -f hash.txt wordlist.txt > output.txt
#6
(October 08, 2019 at 06:49 PM)User7-HTT Wrote: You might find this helpful too - https://hashes.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=10
(October 08, 2019 at 06:50 PM)liff Wrote: I don't think there's an -o flag in mdxfind, you'll have to use  do it this way:

mdxfind -h MD5PASSSHA1MD5 -f hash.txt wordlist.txt > output.txt
Thanks, did it. Smile
#7
(October 08, 2019 at 06:52 PM)m1st Wrote: Thanks, did it. Smile

Nice one mate Smile
#8
(October 08, 2019 at 06:50 PM)liff Wrote: I don't think there's an -o flag in mdxfind, you'll have to use  do it this way:

mdxfind -h MD5PASSSHA1MD5 -f hash.txt wordlist.txt > output.txt
Do U know how to set rule in mdxfind for bruteforce?

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