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Token Length Exception #1697

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iceypotato opened this Issue Sep 21, 2018 · 3 comments

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iceypotato commented Sep 21, 2018

While trying to crack a macosx password from El Capitan, I keep getting this token length exception error.

I enter this command
./hashcat -m 7100 ~/Desktop/hash -a 3

Any ideas? Oh and I am new to this.

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Banaanhangwagen Sep 22, 2018

This is not a development issue.
Please look here https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-7792.html

Banaanhangwagen commented Sep 22, 2018

This is not a development issue.
Please look here https://hashcat.net/forum/thread-7792.html

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iceypotato Sep 23, 2018

I looked at the article, but I don't know to convert it to 64 bytes

iceypotato commented Sep 23, 2018

I looked at the article, but I don't know to convert it to 64 bytes

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If you search for "OSX v10.8+ (PBKDF2-SHA512)" here: https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes
you will see an example hash.

The length of the last field is 128 hex characters (or 64 bytes in binary).
The last field is:

752351df64dd2ce9dc9c64a72ad91de6581a15c19176266b44d98919dfa81f0f96cbcb20a1ffb400718c20382030f637892f776627d34e021bad4f81b7de8222

note this can be seen by just searching for the last "$" character within the line.

This last field should not be longer than 128 characters (like the example above). If it is longer, you can just remove everything after the 128th character and try running hashcat with this new hash (where the last field was cut to 128 hex characters or 64 binary bytes).

Please close the issue if the problem was fixed. Thx

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philsmd commented Sep 30, 2018

If you search for "OSX v10.8+ (PBKDF2-SHA512)" here: https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=example_hashes
you will see an example hash.

The length of the last field is 128 hex characters (or 64 bytes in binary).
The last field is:

752351df64dd2ce9dc9c64a72ad91de6581a15c19176266b44d98919dfa81f0f96cbcb20a1ffb400718c20382030f637892f776627d34e021bad4f81b7de8222

note this can be seen by just searching for the last "$" character within the line.

This last field should not be longer than 128 characters (like the example above). If it is longer, you can just remove everything after the 128th character and try running hashcat with this new hash (where the last field was cut to 128 hex characters or 64 binary bytes).

Please close the issue if the problem was fixed. Thx

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