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  1. Forked from hashcat/hashcat

    World's fastest and most advanced GPGPU-based password recovery utility

    C 1

  2. Forked from s3inlc/hashtopolis

    A Hashcat wrapper for distributed hashcracking

    PHP

  3. A grab bag of pipe-friendly command line utilities for managing lists of IPs and CIDR blocks

    Perl 2

  4. Crude shellscripts for building modern WHOIS configs (whois.conf, jwhois.conf ...) using IANA TLD info. Also includes examples of the data if you can't run the scripts.

    HTML 4 2

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    # same-quad-list.txt: a list of same-quad IPs by owner w/DNS status
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    #
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    # The CIDR network is the largest contiguous/bit-boundary-aligned block 
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    #  that is allocated to that entity (actual allocated range may be larger)
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    # Top 20K hashes from the Troy Hunt / haveibeenpwned Pwned Passwords list v2 (2018-02-21)
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    # Original raw as published is at https://gist.github.com/roycewilliams/eef06c1148707ce8c8a1dea85768b207
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    20760336:7c4a8d09ca3762af61e59520943dc26494f8941b:123456
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    7016669:f7c3bc1d808e04732adf679965ccc34ca7ae3441:123456789
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    3599486:b1b3773a05c0ed0176787a4f1574ff0075f7521e:qwerty

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July 2020

Created a pull request in s3inlc/hashtopolis that received 1 comment

fix .map debug output for Chrome DevTools (quiet console)

This adds the appropriate JS "SourceMap" .map file for Popper, to quell warnings in Chrome DevTools and enable debugging of minified Popper.js Also…

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Created an issue in NotSoSecure/password_cracking_rules that received 3 comments

wordlist used in testing?

Could you note (at least broadly) in the README what wordlists were used during this testing? (Rules don't exist in isolation - they are strongly d…

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