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find mode 3300 hash cracking again #894

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su-coder opened this Issue Dec 1, 2016 · 1 comment

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su-coder commented Dec 1, 2016

mode 3300 was not transported to hashcat v2.xx.
please find it and add it in again.

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Note: this is about -m 3300 = MD5(Sun) (example hash: $md5$rounds=904$iPPKEBnEkp3JV8uX$0L6m7rOFTVFn.SGqo2M9W1:hashcat).

This hash type was never implemented on GPU and was only available on hashcat-legacy (CPU only).
As far as I remember, this is kind of a strange/GPU-unfriendly algorithm.

We need to decide if it makes sense to implement it in hashcat.

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philsmd commented Jan 28, 2017

Note: this is about -m 3300 = MD5(Sun) (example hash: $md5$rounds=904$iPPKEBnEkp3JV8uX$0L6m7rOFTVFn.SGqo2M9W1:hashcat).

This hash type was never implemented on GPU and was only available on hashcat-legacy (CPU only).
As far as I remember, this is kind of a strange/GPU-unfriendly algorithm.

We need to decide if it makes sense to implement it in hashcat.

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