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readme.md

  ___ ___         __             _________                       __    
 /   |   \_____ _/  |_  ____     \_   ___ \____________    ____ |  | __
/    ~    \__  \\   __\/ __ \    /    \  \/\_  __ \__  \ _/ ___\|  |/ /
\    Y    // __ \|  | \  ___/    \     \____|  | \// __ \\  \___|    < 
 \___|_  /(____  /__|  \___  >____\______  /|__|  (____  /\___  >__|_ \
       \/      \/          \/_____/      \/            \/     \/     \/

Installation

Get the latest hashcat binaries (https://hashcat.net/hashcat/)

OSX Install (https://www.phillips321.co.uk/2016/07/09/hashcat-on-os-x-getting-it-going/)

mkdir -p hashcat/deps
git clone https://github.com/KhronosGroup/OpenCL-Headers.git hashcat/deps/OpenCL
cd hashcat/
make
make install

Download hate_crack

git clone https://github.com/trustedsec/hate_crack.git

  • Customize binary and wordlist paths in "config.json"
  • Make sure that at least "rockyou.txt" is within your "wordlists" path

Create Optimized Wordlists

wordlist_optimizer.py - parses all wordlists from <input file list>, sorts them by length and de-duplicates into <output directory>

usage: python wordlist_optimizer.py <input file list> <output directory>

$ python wordlist_optimizer.py wordlists.txt ../optimized_wordlists

Usage

$ ./hate_crack.py usage: python hate_crack.py <hash_file> <hash_type>

The <hash_type> is attained by running hashcat --help

Example Hashes: http://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes

$ hashcat --help |grep -i ntlm
   5500 | NetNTLMv1                                        | Network protocols
   5500 | NetNTLMv1 + ESS                                  | Network protocols
   5600 | NetNTLMv2                                        | Network protocols
   1000 | NTLM                                             | Operating-Systems
$ ./hate_crack.py <hash file> 1000

  ___ ___         __             _________                       __    
 /   |   \_____ _/  |_  ____     \_   ___ \____________    ____ |  | __
/    ~    \__  \\   __\/ __ \    /    \  \/\_  __ \__  \ _/ ___\|  |/ /
\    Y    // __ \|  | \  ___/    \     \____|  | \// __ \\  \___|    < 
 \___|_  /(____  /__|  \___  >____\______  /|__|  (____  /\___  >__|_ \
       \/      \/          \/_____/      \/            \/     \/     \/
                          Version 1.08
  

	(1) Quick Crack
	(2) Extensive Pure_Hate Methodology Crack
	(3) Brute Force Attack
	(4) Top Mask Attack
	(5) Fingerprint Attack
	(6) Combinator Attack
	(7) Hybrid Attack
	(8) Pathwell Top 100 Mask Brute Force Crack
	(9) PRINCE Attack
	(10) YOLO Combinator Attack
	(11) Middle Combinator Attack
	(12) Thorough Combinator Attack

    (95) Analyze hashes with Pipal 
	(96) Export Output to Excel Format
	(97) Display Cracked Hashes
	(98) Display README
	(99) Quit

Select a task:

Quick Crack

  • Runs a dictionary attack using all wordlists configured in your "hcatOptimizedWordlists" path and optionally applies a rule that can be selected from a list by ID number. Multiple rules can be selected by using a comma separated list, and chains can be created by using the '+' symbol.
Which rule(s) would you like to run?
(1) best64.rule
(2) d3ad0ne.rule
(3) T0XlC.rule
(4) dive.rule
(99) YOLO...run all of the rules
Enter Comma separated list of rules you would like to run. To run rules chained use the + symbol.
For example 1+1 will run best64.rule chained twice and 1,2 would run best64.rule and then d3ad0ne.rule sequentially.
Choose wisely: 

Extensive Pure_Hate Methodology Crack

Runs several attack methods provided by Martin Bos (formerly known as pure_hate)

  • Brute Force Attack (7 characters)
  • Dictionary Attack
    • All wordlists in "hcatOptimizedWordlists" with "best64.rule"
    • wordlists/rockyou.txt with "d3ad0ne.rule"
    • wordlists/rockyou.txt with "T0XlC.rule"
  • Top Mask Attack (Target Time = 4 Hours)
  • Fingerprint Attack
  • Combinator Attack
  • Hybrid Attack
  • Extra - Just For Good Measure
    • Runs a dictionary attack using wordlists/rockyou.txt with chained "combinator.rule" and "InsidePro-PasswordsPro.rule" rules

Brute Force Attack

Brute forces all characters with the choice of a minimum and maximum password length.

Top Mask Attack

Uses StatsGen and MaskGen from PACK (https://thesprawl.org/projects/pack/) to perform a top mask attack using passwords already cracked for the current session. Presents the user a choice of target cracking time to spend (default 4 hours).

Fingerprint Attack

https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=fingerprint_attack

Runs a fingerprint attack using passwords already cracked for the current session.

Combinator Attack

https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=combinator_attack

Runs a combinator attack using the "rockyou.txt" wordlist.

Hybrid Attack

https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=hybrid_attack

  • Runs several hybrid attacks using the "rockyou.txt" wordlists.
    • Hybrid Wordlist + Mask - ?s?d wordlists/rockyou.txt ?1?1
    • Hybrid Wordlist + Mask - ?s?d wordlists/rockyou.txt ?1?1?1
    • Hybrid Wordlist + Mask - ?s?d wordlists/rockyou.txt ?1?1?1?1
    • Hybrid Mask + Wordlist - ?s?d ?1?1 wordlists/rockyou.txt
    • Hybrid Mask + Wordlist - ?s?d ?1?1?1 wordlists/rockyou.txt
    • Hybrid Mask + Wordlist - ?s?d ?1?1?1?1 wordlists/rockyou.txt

Pathwell Top 100 Mask Brute Force Crack

Runs a brute force attack using the top 100 masks from KoreLogic: https://blog.korelogic.com/blog/2014/04/04/pathwell_topologies

PRINCE Attack

https://hashcat.net/events/p14-trondheim/prince-attack.pdf

Runs a PRINCE attack using wordlists/rockyou.txt

YOLO Combinator Attack

Runs a continuous combinator attack using random wordlists from the optimized wordlists for the left and right sides.

Middle Combinator Attack

https://jeffh.net/2018/04/26/combinator_methods/

Runs a modified combinator attack adding a middle character mask: wordlists/rockyou.txt + masks + worklists/rockyou.txt

Where the masks are some of the most commonly used separator characters: 2 4 - _ , + . &

Thorough Combinator Attack

https://jeffh.net/2018/04/26/combinator_methods/

  • Runs many rounds of different combinator attacks with the rockyou list.
    • Standard Combinator attack: rockyou.txt + rockyou.txt
    • Middle Combinator attack: rockyou.txt + ?n + rockyou.txt
    • Middle Combinator attack: rockyou.txt + ?s + rockyou.txt
    • End Combinator attack: rockyou.txt + rockyou.txt + ?n
    • End Combinator attack: rockyou.txt + rockyou.txt + ?s
    • Hybrid middle/end attack: rockyou.txt + ?n + rockyou.txt + ?n
    • Hybrid middle/end attack: rockyou.txt + ?s + rockyou.txt + ?s

Version History

Version 1.08 Added a Pipal menu Option to analyze hashes. https://github.com/digininja/pipal

Version 1.07 Minor bug fixes with pwdump formating and unhexify function

Version 1.06 Updated the quick crack and recylcing functions to use user customizable rules.

Version 1.05 Abstraction of rockyou.txt so that you can use whatever dictionary that you would like to specified in the config.json Minor change the quickcrack that allows you to specify 0 for number of times best64 is chained

Version 1.04 Two new attacks Middle Combinator and Thorough Combinator

Version 1.03 Introduction of new feature to use session files for multiple concurrent sessions of hate_crack Minor bug fix

Version 1.02 Introduction of new feature to export the output of pwdump formated NTDS outputs to excel with clear-text passwords

Version 1.01 Minor bug fixes

Version 1.00 Initial public release

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