So I would like to decrypt an sha1 password(yeah I know I need a supercomputer and many years)...anyway that aside, I know the salt to the hash I am trying to break and I was wondering if there was a way to build a rainbow table with the salt built in. Also if there is some other way to decrypt SHA1 that I am missing? All the forum posts I read pretty much had people just saying it wasn't possible. On wikipedia it mentions a birthday attack algorithm that may work. Anybody know anything?
RE: n00b rainbow tables question.
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Posted on 01-04-08 19:14
yes man..i've heard of that kind of decryption. I myself have assembled a little program you could try.
Here's my demo. If you want the whole version..let me know.