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by s3in!c
Wed 2. Jan 2019, 19:18
Forum: General
Topic: Need help with Itunes backup encrypted.
Replies: 1
Views: 199

Re: Need help with Itunes backup encrypted.

iTunes backup hashes are belonging to the hardest hashes because they are extremely slow when cracking. If you want to give it a try, you can extract the hash and post it here, maybe you are lucky and someone is able to crack it. If you have any information how the password could look like or what i...
by s3in!c
Sun 30. Sep 2018, 16:34
Forum: General
Topic: Kickstarter dump
Replies: 3
Views: 4442

Re: Kickstarter dump

Exactly, with the bitly leak it was the same problem. The algorithm also is unknown yet.
by s3in!c
Thu 27. Sep 2018, 22:30
Forum: General
Topic: Kickstarter dump
Replies: 3
Views: 4442

Re: Kickstarter dump

The problem with the kickstarter leak is, that we currently do not know which algorithm exactly was used for the hashes. What most probably is known is that it's some sort of sha1 with multiple rounds (stated by some people). But afaik no one was able to crack one of the hashes. If you know the algo...
by s3in!c
Thu 27. Sep 2018, 22:29
Forum: Technical
Topic: Hash type SHA1(SALTPLAIN) - disqus
Replies: 3
Views: 2969

Re: Hash type SHA1(SALTPLAIN) - disqus

The quality denotes the percentage of the lines you uploaded and were a new found which were in the left list. So there are multiple reasons the quality is not that good: - Someone was faster and uploaded the found for a hash before you - The uploader was not able to parse your found (this mostly ha...
by s3in!c
Tue 25. Sep 2018, 12:15
Forum: Technical
Topic: Hash type SHA1(SALTPLAIN) - disqus
Replies: 3
Views: 2969

Re: Hash type SHA1(SALTPLAIN) - disqus

The salt of the disqus hashes is not converted to binary before being used. So it's just a normal salt like if you would have just normal chars there instead of the hex. So the algorithm is sha1($salt.$pass) just taking the salt and the plain as normal text input, e.g. sha1("5159d".$pass). Yes, the ...
by s3in!c
Mon 24. Sep 2018, 08:19
Forum: Technical
Topic: I had to fix up the haskbase list
Replies: 2
Views: 686

Re: I had to fix up the haskbase list

Messed up salts for some hashes is really an issue on larger lists. People are just not able to parse a dump correctly. But even if a salt is wrong in a hashlist, if you recovered the correct salt and plain, it is still possible for hashes.org to handle this. When you upload a found with the correct...
by s3in!c
Mon 24. Sep 2018, 08:16
Forum: General
Topic: Posting links to tools on Github
Replies: 2
Views: 907

Re: Posting links to tools on Github

There is no problem with posting links to tools in general as long as they match the topic and might be useful for what you need for hashes.org or hashcracking in general.

So feel free to share your links in a post. Having some descriptions how you used them would be very nice.
by s3in!c
Mon 24. Sep 2018, 08:14
Forum: General
Topic: Can't upload founds
Replies: 1
Views: 495

Re: Can't upload founds

There are two separate logins for the forum and the website. For uploading founds, a user account needs to be registered here: https://hashes.org/register.php
by s3in!c
Wed 27. Jun 2018, 10:24
Forum: Technical
Topic: mdxfind install CLI only
Replies: 2
Views: 831

Re: mdxfind install CLI only

MDXfind is a command line tool and never needs a GUI.
There are just some libs required as dependencies (libjudy-dev, librhash, libmhash iirc) but these are easy installable on ubuntu.
by s3in!c
Fri 22. Jun 2018, 09:33
Forum: Technical
Topic: API + Lists Hashcat Code
Replies: 3
Views: 1397

Re: API + Lists Hashcat Code

It's not that easily possible to get a list of all Algorithms which are in the Database (it would require a complete database scan). Also this will dynamically change as soon as a new algorithm/combinations gets added.

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