Script for the new API!

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UberStrike88
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Script for the new API!

Postby UberStrike88 » Mon 19. Oct 2015, 11:10

I made this just to check for my left list in hashcat, but it can be used for a lot more ;) It supports files and a single input.
You need to have Python 3.4 or higher installed! (http://www.python.org)
It's limited to 20 requests per minute so that it can continue without delay.
Here is a copy of the readme file:
For this to work you need to create a account at http://www.hashes.org Click on the users tab and create a account
After that go to the user tab and click on settings You will find a key there (marked in red)
Paste that key in the key file that comes with the program. Make sure that they are no newlines in the file,
Just the key.

To use the file function you need to make a file and put the hashes there, seperated by a newline
Make sure to include .txt when the program asks for the name of the file.
All the found hashes will be saved in the found.txt file.
All the not found hashes will be saved in a file too.

Latest version download link:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/foc0pi8uzbxai ... t.exe?dl=0

Changelog:

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V1.1: Added some speed improvements (does 91 hashes per 5 minutes instead of 82) Added: Saves the hashes that are not found to a file. (to add to the left list?) Added: Appends the files. (It doesn't delete the previous hashes in the file, it just keeps writing after closing and re-running the file) Fixed: Some type errors :( Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/foc0pi8uzbxaiyy/API%20Script.exe?dl=0 V1: Working program! download link: http://www62.zippyshare.com/v/N6S3a7QM/file.html

If you have suggestion or if you have found a bug please tell me below ;)

UberStrike88
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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby UberStrike88 » Fri 23. Oct 2015, 17:32

V 1.1 is released:

Added: some speed improvements (does 91 hashes per 5 minutes instead of 82)
Added: Saves the hashes that are not found to a file. (to add to the left list?)
Added: Appends the files. (It doesn't delete the previous hashes in the file, it just keeps writing after closing and re-running the file)
Fixed: Some type errors :(
Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/foc0pi8uzbxai ... t.exe?dl=0

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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby s3in!c » Fri 23. Oct 2015, 18:45

Just a small question, why did you upload the script as .exe file?

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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby UberStrike88 » Fri 23. Oct 2015, 21:18

Just a small question, why did you upload the script as .exe file?
Just for a easy extraction. Some people don't have for instance 7zip on there computers. So this will always be able to extract the files.

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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby s3in!c » Sat 24. Oct 2015, 11:40

I don't think that .exe is a good solution. You exclude all Linux users with this solution. Normal .zip should be the best choice, Windows can extract it by default and all other OS too..

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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby UberStrike88 » Sat 24. Oct 2015, 18:04

I don't think that .exe is a good solution. You exclude all Linux users with this solution. Normal .zip should be the best choice, Windows can extract it by default and all other OS too..
Yeha true, will do it in a zip in V 1.2 (adding a resume option)
But even then the program is in a .exe... Hmh, I will make a linux version.

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Re: Script for the new API!

Postby UberStrike88 » Wed 28. Oct 2015, 19:50

Guys, would you like a gui, a mode that supports hashes with a item (item:hash) or a saving function to resume after the program has shut down?


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