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  1. 2012.01.13 RainbowCrack Project UPDATE
  2. 2010.11.22 Hash Cracking tutorial with HashCat
2012. 1. 13. 20:51

RainbowCrack Project UPDATE

“RainbowCrack uses time-memory tradeoff algorithm to crack hashes. It differs from the hash crackers that use brute force algorithm. RainbowCrack is a general propose implementation of Philippe Oechslin’s faster time-memory trade-off technique. It crack hashes with rainbow tables.”

Official change log for RainbowCrack 1.5:

  • Support 64-bit Windows operating systems
  • Support 32-bit Linux operating systems (x86 only)
  • Support 64-bit Linux operating systems (x86_64 only)
  • Support rainbow table file larger than 2 GB

Dowload RainbowCrack 1.5:

RainbowCrack 1.5rainbowcrack-1.5-win32.zip/rainbowcrack-1.5-win64.zip/rainbowcrack-1.5-linux32.zip/rainbowcrack-1.5-linux64.ziphttp://project-rainbowcrack.com/index.htm#download

List of Rainbow Tables


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2010. 11. 22. 19:04

Hash Cracking tutorial with HashCat

HashCat is a tool for cracking various types of hash. This tool can do more than one Hash cracking, which means we can put some hashes into a file.txt and it crack the hashes simultaneously. we can do offline cracking hashes (it means we don`t need an Internet connection that uses the hash databases that have been cracked before).

the hash algorithm supported by this tool include:
* MD5
* Md5 ($ pass. $ Salt)
* Md5 ($ salt. $ Pass)
* Md5 (md5 ($ pass))
* Md5 (md5 (md5 ($ pass)))
* Md5 (md5 ($ pass). $ Salt)
* Md5 (md5 ($ salt). $ Pass)
* Md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass))
* Md5 ($ salt. $ Pass. $ Salt)
* Md5 (md5 ($ salt). Md5 ($ pass))
* Md5 (md5 ($ pass). Md5 ($ salt))
* Md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ salt. $ Pass))
* Md5 ($ salt.md5 ($ pass. $ Salt))
* Md5 ($ username.0. $ Pass)
* Md5 (strtoupper (md5 ($ pass)))
* SHA1
* Sha1 ($ pass. $ Salt)
* Sha1 ($ salt. $ Pass)
* Sha1 (sha1 ($ pass))
* Sha1 (sha1 (sha1 ($ pass)))
* Sha1 (strtolower ($ username). $ Pass)
* MySQL4.1/MySQL5
* MD5 (WordPress)
* MD5 (PHPbb3)
* MD5 (Unix)
* SHA-1 (Base64)
* SSHA-1 (Base64)
* SHA-1 (Django)
* MD4
* Domain Cached credentials
* MD5 (CHAP)

Attack Mode supported in this tool:
* Straight *
* Combination *
* Toggle-Case *
* Brute-Force
* Permutation

First, create a file with notepad:
[1] C:\temp\hash.txt and
[2] C:\ temp\results.txt ago
open the C:\ temp\hash.txt and fill with Hash you want to crack. picture as below:

For C:\temp\results.txt , do nothing and let it blank because the cracked hashes will be saved in here.

Run Hashcrack. and follow the steps below:

In this tutorial, the author uses brute-force mode, cracking technique with a combination of characters. Notice the image below:

[-] In Hashfile column, click the folder icon (browse for hashfile) and open the C: \ temp \ hash.txt that you have previously made.
[-] In Brute force column, select mode and select the type of hash (we are trying to crack MD5 here)
[-] In the Password length, insert 1-14 (u may put about 20 oto 30) the longer the password length, the longer the cracking process.
[-] In bruteforce charset settings, you can fill with the desired character. eg abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy z1234567890 or abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxy z1234567890 !@#$%^&*()_+
[-] In OUTFILE column, put a tick and specify the path in C:\temp\results.txt that you have previously made.
[-] Checklist OUTFILE Monitor and click I want to catch a Hash ..

Wait for the process of cracking (this tool directly run a CLI mode)

you will find the results of the hash that has been successful on crack.


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