The hashes are here and a quick download is all thats needed. wget them to prevent your browser from trying to render the entire txt file!
Throwing a dictionary at it with 80,546,115 words in it results in 22% cracked passwords.12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031$ ./oclHashcat-plus64.bin eharmony.txt -r rules/best64.rule… Continue reading
So today oclHashcat-plus-0.08 was released by atom.
As I like to play with oclHashcat I thought it would be a good idea to update, but this also meant that I would have to update to the catalyst 12.04 drivers.
Before doing this it made sense to run a speed test using the scripts provided on thepasswordproject.com.
Before running these tests it’s important to ensure that your fans are… Continue reading
So you’ve got oclHashcat and you want to practice cracking hashes but you’ve got no hashes? Fear not! There are hashes listed below for you to play with or if you would like to generate hashes yourself download my perl module here and have a play with making them and then cracking yourself: svn checkout http://hashcat-passgen.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ hashcat-passgen Direct link to code here. (Big thanks to atom at hashcat.net for giving… Continue reading
The tool we’re going to use here is hashcat. I’ll be testing this using a ATI 6950 2GB GPU running on Kubuntu 64bit using catalyst drivers 12.2. Your mileage might vary depending on what card you’re using. Hashcat (now known as oclhashcat-plus) comes with a few different binaries depending on what architecture you’ll be running it on.
- nVidia 32bit – use
- nVidia 64bit – use
- ATI 32bit –… Continue reading