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RainbowPhones

RainbowPhones is a utility to crack hashes of phone numbers by using Rainbow Tables. It is based on the RainbowCrack program Version 1.2 which can be found here: https://github.com/inAudible-NG/RainbowCrack-NG/tree/3b0af1628d79fdb65f3a4a6940ac012e2e20bea7

Compiling

RainbowPhones depends on openMP and openSSL. We have seen signifcant performance uplifts with newer versions of openMP, so we recommend running the latest version of the library.

Linux

Simply run "make" The binaries will be in the ./bin/ folder afterwards

macOS

Install OpenMP and OpenSSL via brew install libomp openssl@1.1. Run make -f Makefile.macOS. The binaries will be in the ./bin/ folder afterwards

Windows

Run "nmake -f makefile.win" The binaries will be in the ./bin/ folder afterwards

Usage

rtgen

This is the application for generating rainbow tables. It takes the following arguments in the order they are listed in below:

  1. Hash Algorithm: The hash algorithm to be used in the rainbow table. Available algorithms are: lm, ntlm, md4, md5, sha1, sha256, ripemd160 and audible.
  2. Rainbow Table Index: For generating a table that spans multiple files, this index assigns a number to each file. It will also influence the index offset as described in Section 2.2.
  3. Rainbow Chain Length: The length of each chain in the rainbow table
  4. Rainbow Chain Count: The number of chains to produce for this file. To limit memory usage on lookup, the program does not support more than 134.217.727 chains in one file (=2GB). To create larger tables, simply create several files.
  5. Number Spec Name: Name of the phone number specification. This expects to find a file called ./spec/<name>.csv in the current working directory.
  6. Output Folder: A path to store the generated rainbow table in. If it does not exist, the path will be created. The file name of the resulting table is determined by the program and includes all these parameters. Do not change it, the parameters are necessary to perform lookups and are not stored in the file itself.

Typical calls look like this (SHA1 tables for German mobile phone numbers with 99% success rate):

./rtgen sha1 1 1000 1000000 DE_mobile out
./rtgen sha1 2 1000 1000000 DE_mobile out
./rtgen sha1 3 1000 1000000 DE_mobile out
./rtgen sha1 4 1000 1000000 DE_mobile out
./rtgen sha1 5 1000 1000000 DE_mobile out

Another example (SHA256 tables for all US numbers with 99% success rate):

./rtgen sha256 1 1000 10000000 US_all out
./rtgen sha256 2 1000 10000000 US_all out
./rtgen sha256 3 1000 10000000 US_all out
./rtgen sha256 4 1000 10000000 US_all out
./rtgen sha256 5 1000 10000000 US_all out

rtsort

This program simply sorts a generated rainbow table. rcrack will reject unordered tables. Rtsort only takes a single argument, the path to a generated rainbow table. A typical call might look like this:

./rtsort ./out/sha1_1_1000x1000000_DE_mobile.rt

rcrack

This is the executable for performing lookups in generated and sorted rainbow tables. It takes the following arguments in the order they are presented in:

  1. Rainbow Table Files: One or multiple files that contain a rainbow table. These can be listed, separated by a space or specified using asterisks (e.g. tables/*.rt).
  2. Hashes to Search for: These can be specified in one of these three ways:

-h <single hash> The single hash in hexadecimal format

-l <hash list file> A file containing a list of hashes in hexadecimal format. The file must only contain a single hash per line.

-f <pwdump file> A file containing the output of the pwdump utility that dumps Windows password hashes. The program will print all the plaintext numbers it finds to the console as it finds them.

A typical call might look like this:

./rcrack ./out/∗.rt −l ./hashes_DE

hashgen

This is a small utility for testing purposes. It generates hashes of random phone numbers in a given number specification and prints them to the console. It takes three arguments:

  1. Hash Algorithm: The hash algorithm to be used. Available algorithms are: lm, ntlm, md4, md5, sha1, sha256, ripemd160 and audible.
  2. Number of Hashes: The number of hashes to generate.
  3. Number Spec Name: Name of the phone number specification.

A typical call might look like this:

./hashgen sha1 1000 DE_mobile > hashes_DE

rtdump

This is also a utility program. It prints the contents of a specific chain in a given rainbow table. For each iteration in that chain, it will calculate the plaintext number, its index, index offset and hash. It takes two arguments:

  1. Rainbow Table File: Path to a rainbow table file.
  2. Index within the File: Index of the chain to print within the file.

A typical call might look like this:

./rtdump ./out/sha1_1_1000x1000000_DE_mobile.rt 5

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