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  mdxfind install CLI only
Posted by: freeroute - 06-27-2018, 06:41 AM - Forum: Technical - Replies (2)

Hi,

Can be installed mxfind on Ubuntu OS without GUI?
I have only CLI (command line terminal), because it is a remote VPS.

root@KissT:~# lsb_release --all
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS
Release: 16.04
Codename: xenial

Thanks for your help.

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  API + Lists Hashcat Code
Posted by: andydis - 06-21-2018, 02:07 PM - Forum: Technical - Replies (3)

Can the API + Lists include the hastcat code ( -m code) ?

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  How to crack edmodo passwords with hashcat?
Posted by: Virgula001 - 06-11-2018, 08:13 PM - Forum: General - Replies (5)

Hello forum, I need to know how is possible a wordlist attack with hashcat against bcryptmd5 Edmodo hash?
How can I set properly hashcat in order to do that?
Thanks

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  Can someone share the we heart it database?
Posted by: inigoba2 - 06-10-2018, 01:32 PM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

it would be very nice, thank you.

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  New user; need some help submitting founds.
Posted by: red_rebel - 05-13-2018, 08:58 PM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

Hey guys, first of all thanks for having this community; I love it already and I've been looking for a place like this.

I started practicing with my new cracking rig on the Game-Tuts VBulletin Database of hashes. I have idk, maybe 20 or 50 so far, but just starting cracking.

I have a potfile from Hashcat, in .potfile (can be converted to .txt or pretty much whatever) in the following format:

Code:
74fb67bf1473bbdeb85e458b60ce4df4:d&*:24green
6ebbaf67dcc2790ea362ff05f05dfae1:~c*:21sean
54fa8445863078c137b905fa1cbe7741:J-+:77password

I was going to upload the found, but I had some questions about filling out the form, and already having read https://hashes.org/algorithms.php and https://s3inlc.wordpress.com/2017/11/10/...hashes-org, I figured I'd come here since I still quite didn't get it.

What exactly do I need for fill out for "Algorithm?" The Game-Tuts database is VBulletin, but I'm sure I don't just type that in plaintext by the look of the above websites. If I have to get a string or something to feed the algorithm to Hashes.org, I'm not sure where or how to do so.

Also a bit confused on Hash/Salt/Found Separator. Looking at my above potfile, I'd assume I would submit the following in that field:

::

Since there's two colons to seperate hash and salt, right?

Then I guess, "Found hashes are salted" is simple. I'd check yes in this case, but if my list looked like,

54fa8445863078c137b905fa1cbe7741:77password

...with no salt, I'd not check it.

Thanks for confirming or denying this stuff, and answering these questions anyone / everyone! Happy to be here Smile

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  MDXFind uploading founds
Posted by: Vetronexe - 03-25-2018, 11:05 AM - Forum: Application Usage / Bugs - Replies (2)

I am getting a lot of finds using MDXfind vs the 32hex left list but do not understand how to upload them to the site.

Any advice is appreciated.

vetronexe

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  Urgent - Need help to decrypt iTunes backup
Posted by: Dondunca - 03-14-2018, 05:08 PM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

Hi everyone

I am pretty new to this but somehow iTunes created an encrypted backup with a new password. Usually it would use the password used for the previous backups which is not the case. I have tried 2 softwares to brute force it already but it is taking too long ( 1 week + already).

I am in desperately need of help, I have got 10 years worth of pictures on that backup and in the meantime I broke my iPhone which got reset by these Apple Geniuses.

I will take all the help that I can get. I have a modest sum of <B><s></s>50$ in btc as a reward <e></e></B>( not sure that I can do this here) for a kind soul that will agree to help.

Thanks a lot!

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  Leaked password lists NOT uniq
Posted by: kelodi - 02-28-2018, 11:43 AM - Forum: General - Replies (3)

Hi,
I'm currently playing with two projects related to AI and password cracking.
First one is PassGAN model (https://github.com/brannondorsey/PassGAN) to generate new passwords based on leaked password lists. The first results are quite promising although I have issues with finding good dictionaries that are not uniq.
Verification of results is based on checking how much new passwords can be found in hash list that contain 306m valid hashes (hash sorce: https://haveibeenpwned.com/Passwords V1; 3 Aug 2017).
So for example after generating new password list based on uniq rockyou that contain 1m new passwords, around 11% of them can be found in 306m has list (so from 1m of new passwords, around 100k corresponds with big hash list).
In compere with also rockyou list but one that is not uniq, it gave me around 22% of hits.

So my question is, do you have a password lists that are not uniq? I would be very interested especially in LinkedIn list but of course I'm not limited to this list. And if you have, are you willing to share it with me?
List will be used to build new big dictionary and try this against some hash lists that can be found on hashes.org website. Of course all new cracked passwords will be uploaded.

Second project is about brute force approach of password cracking but this is something not to share yet Smile

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  Mdxfind manual
Posted by: Backup - 02-05-2018, 02:12 PM - Forum: Application Usage / Bugs - No Replies

Hi, New user here!
I was looking for this program, but unfortunately I'm having quite some problems to run it correctly.
For this purpose, I was wondering if there was a manual (maybe the one Waffle was writing), or just some links which can help me , as suggested by @s3in!c

Any help is really appreciated!
Thank you!

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  Habbo Leak - pepper (salt) issue
Posted by: destructo - 01-25-2018, 06:38 PM - Forum: Technical - Replies (2)

Hello,

The Habbo leak has some problems with correctly annotating the hash corpus with its' fixed pepper (xCg532%@%gdvf^5DGaa6&*rFTfg^FD4$OIFThrR_gh(ugf*/)

I locally cleaned up the remaining list and cracked some percentage of remaining hashes - however these wont validate because the platform has a messy copy.

In addition - a number of 'plains' end up including this salt, which pollutes the found lists.

To see the problem for yourself, grep thru the 'founds';

Code:
grep -a  'xCg532' combofound.txt

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