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Posted on 17-08-05 05:38
Could anyone give me a hint on what hash this is? I've tried MD5/dic attack... that took an hour (yes, my dictionary is 234 MB) with no results :\ and I don't feel like waiting 1.8e13 years for a brute-force attack...
I'm also partway through MD4/dic and wondering where I should spend my time...
any hint appreciated
P.S. MD2 also a possibility?
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Posted on 17-08-05 05:49
Im sure that it's not MD5
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Posted on 17-08-05 06:34
aah thx im workin on the others now...
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Posted on 24-08-05 21:26
so what is the type???

My md4/dic (5*100 mb list) gave me none results


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Posted on 25-08-05 01:43
I've been trying to crack this for sooooooooo long.

I've been using the entire charset, i got to 9 characters on md5 and md4 and 6 characters on md2. If anyone has anything useful to help, i'd really appreciate it.


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Posted on 25-08-05 15:46
is it a special type of MD hash???
like Ripv2-MD5 or OSPF-MD5???


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Posted on 27-08-05 01:10
Ok I tried to crack this hash with a 1gb wordlist and with huge rainbow tables, I trried MD2,MD4,MD5 a little hint now would help. you can PM me
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Posted on 27-08-05 18:27
Well, i think that there's only two people who have actually done this mission.


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Posted on 29-08-05 18:55
damn, I gone throug about 6 online md5 databases and none of them gave me any results. I went to my buddy to use his rainbow tables (10 gb md2, 10 gb md4 and 50 gb md5) and found NOTHING, absolutely nothing Sad

Is there another encryption type which uses 16-bit long strings???


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Posted on 30-08-05 02:46
For the record MD hashes are not 16-bits (2 bytes), they are 32 bytes.


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Posted on 31-08-05 00:47
Damn it metsoc, just how the hell did you get this one? Sad *tear* Pfft


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Posted on 31-08-05 03:38
I got mad skills


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Posted on 31-08-05 09:15
I ment, there 16 chars long, this is the way Cain gives errors when you enter the wrong format Wink

Did you did it by hand or something like that??? Could you just give us a little hint into the right direction??? pretty please Grin


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Posted on 01-09-05 15:28
lol, you have too much skills metsoc30.


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Posted on 02-09-05 02:02
Thanks nights_shadow, and I did it by hand, manually crafting a MD hash


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Posted on 02-09-05 02:18
That must have taken a long time!


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Posted on 02-09-05 18:02
lol, are you serious????Shock


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Posted on 04-09-05 19:28
Yes, but that was only after i reverse engineered it.


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Posted on 21-11-05 17:36
I didn't think it was possible to reverse engineer a true md hash....... Since the only real ways to break it are to simply guess the password and run it through a md hash generator and then compare the hashes or to guess another password and cause a collision. Other then that run it through a bruteforcing program and pray its a dictionary word otherwise your're going to be waiting for many more years then you have to live (most likely).

I cannot see this being done by hand...... but then again you did beat it somehow

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Posted on 26-11-05 17:16
Can't you just give us a little hint? Like the password lenght or something?


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got it Pfft




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