Blog Posts Tagged with "Hashcat"

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Crazy Fast Password Recovery with Hashcat

January 02, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

Hashcat is a multi-threaded cracker, so if your CPU can run several threads, it will use them. But the real speed comes into play when using the horsepower of a GPU. If your GPU can run hundreds of threads, all of this power is used to break passwords...

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High Fashion, Low Security - Part Duex

August 25, 2011 Added by:David Martinez

I spy serious SQL issues… I had the hashes for the admins table, info from the customers table, as well as the full output of the transactions and users tables, which included MD5 hashes of CC numbers. The hashes were all 64-bits from a MySQL db, which means they were probably SHA256...

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High Fashion - Low Security

August 15, 2011 Added by:David Martinez

In the end, I had the hashes for the admins table, full customer info from the customers table, as well as the full output of the transactions and users tables, which included MD5 hashes of CC numbers. The hashes were all 64-bits from a MySQL db, which means they were probably SHA256...

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