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  $HEX - Plains inside founds
Posted by: hashy - 05-08-2019, 08:16 AM - Forum: Technical - Replies (1)

Just to mention:

In the junk list there seem to be "plains" like $HEX[313233].
After dehexing them i found, that there are even iterated versions
e.g. $HEX[244845585b...]

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  WPA |Does any1 crack them $$$
Posted by: mysterdee888 - 04-19-2019, 02:57 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

Hi i  a wpa file .cap or .hccapx Can sum1 crack it for me please

i can pay by bitcoin if cracked thanks.

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  Suggestions for Massive Cluster Demonstration
Posted by: jfoster - 04-10-2019, 02:31 AM - Forum: General - No Replies

I'm working with a group that is planning a demonstration of a 50 trillion MD5/s cracking cluster.

I'm curious if anyone has a suggestion of a leaked DB that would be an interesting benchmark to test a decent attack plan against with this kind of fire power. Doesn't have to be MD5.

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  hash cracking on SBCs
Posted by: DerpUP - 03-31-2019, 07:31 PM - Forum: Application Usage / Bugs - No Replies

My favorite thing about mdxfind is it's ability to run on SBCs, it doesn't provide the most power but for hashes like bcrypt or when you have a high value hash you're about to give up on just run it through mdxfind and check on it a month later. The vast majority use less than 10w under full load so they're ideal long term passive cracking attacks without tying up your main workstations. 

I'm going to be trying out a few different brands to see how they compare and thought i'd share some quick benchmarks. 

First up is the le potato by libre computer: 


Quad 64-bit 1.5GHz ARM Cortex-A53
$30 USD

kill a watt meter readings while cracking bcrypt
peak = 3.8 watts
avg = 3.6 watts

MD5 - 3059917.40 lines per second

Quote:Done - 4 threads caught
15,299,587 lines processed in 5 seconds
3059917.40 lines per second
4.48 seconds hashing, 15,299,587 total hash calculations

BCRYPT (cost=08) - 81.22 lines per second

Quote:Done - 4 threads caught
1,722,926 lines processed in 21212 seconds
81.22 lines per second
21212.03 seconds hashing, 1,722,926 total hash calculations

BCRYPTMD5 (Edmodo) - 5.13 lines per second

Quote:Done - 4 threads caught
5,411 lines processed in 1055 seconds
5.13 lines per second
1055.16 seconds hashing, 10,822 total hash calculations

PBKDF2-SHA256 - 132.00 lines per second

Quote:Done - 4 threads caught
5,412 lines processed in 41 seconds
132.00 lines per second
41.13 seconds hashing, 5,412 total hash calculations
0.00M hashes per second (approx)

Whirlpool - 789601.00 lines per second

Quote:Done - 4 threads caught
2,368,803 lines processed in 3 seconds
789601.00 lines per second
2.89 seconds hashing, 2,368,803 total hash calculations

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  dubsmash hash decrypt help
Posted by: midireprivada - 03-30-2019, 03:34 PM - Forum: General - Replies (4)


can anybody helpme with this hasshes?

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  myheritage hash decrypt help
Posted by: beaverfever - 03-12-2019, 01:13 AM - Forum: General - Replies (3)

i need help decrypting these hashes

Hash: a3e8b5d391a237aed27e17e5a758792d48225566

Hash: b42e7ae2cf21368e9c90690e8b38f827f1382f48

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  [ASK/HELP] What kind of Hashs are these?
Posted by: superherolarry - 02-23-2019, 09:43 PM - Forum: General - Replies (4)

I've been trying to get the passwords from these for days but to no avail, i guess they're not the right hashes? any help would be appreciated and rewarded if necessary! 

Hash:- 27086a714f6ed1d60d086b25f6beb54e93a10436fe1a3996e6a0a590b55d3346bd091c2a3bbe18a8afc648da8d49a4d27bde2f825c3f0640dd5a11365780a805

Hash: $2a$10$m0C.B/DcSc3KR9N6LnU.JuDGq3h7qCcOgrYFIf.2XeSy6PEBCrTvm

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  Why does ^BCRYPTMD5$ take so long?
Posted by: Mikerowe - 02-18-2019, 01:09 PM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

I've been experimenting on some Edmodo hashes and using MDXfind, i've found that i have a rate of roughly 20-60 hashes per second. Is this an expected speed due to the nature of the Bcrypt hashing algorithm, or should it be faster than this? 
using an 8 cores on an fx8320 if that helps

cheers  Big Grin

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  Solving Junk Founds
Posted by: Caseynova - 02-18-2019, 03:44 AM - Forum: General - Replies (3)

I've been doing some analysis of the founds and in particular the "junks". Quite a lot of these are just misdiagnosed original hashes and can still be solved.

E.g. a MD5X2 hash has been cracked as MD5, giving the "inner" MD5 hash as the "password" which then gets identified as a junk result. 

Now I'm happy to clean up the "junk" and in the example above, recrack the original hash as MD5X2, but my question is, whether once flagged as "found", a new upload will overwrite the currently incorrect algorithm and password?

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Posted by: s3in!c - 02-15-2019, 05:59 PM - Forum: General - No Replies

Not respecting the rules can lead to instant ban or warnings, depending on the type of violation. The rules might be updated without explicitly notifying the user.

We are not a hacking site. Requests dealing with anything potentially illegal or questionable material will be dealt with accordingly.

  • No double posting or unnecessary bumping.
  • Do not post any personal details, always mask specific data (IPs, names, etc.).
  • Only post hash cracking request for hashes which are not supported by Hashes.org automatically.
  • No thread hijacking.
  • Language is English, posts in other languages will be removed.
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