Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby pellegrino_tarantino » Fri May 18, 2012 8:40 am

well, i almost do it. i installed a fresh copy of backtrack 5r2 x64 and successfully run NewMultiforcer, with both ati hd5850 (2.12 B/s) and Nvidia 8600GT (80.00 M/s), with parameters --bfi_int and --nocpu. only i get errors if i try lenght higher than 9 (even if i think my whole life wouldn't be sufficient to wait for one hash to be recovered...)
can i use precompiled rainbow tables (the one md5_mixalpha-numeric-space#1-8_60000: 380 GB taken from freerainbowtables.com)? what differences between New_Multiforce and Cryptohaze tools?
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby Bitweasil » Fri May 18, 2012 3:53 pm

I think a lot of the hash functions are limited to 8 or 9 in the beta because I have not verified longer works properly.

Right now, I don't support the frt table format, but I do have my own MD5 len8 tables. They're not done, though, and are very big.
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby pellegrino_tarantino » Wed May 23, 2012 4:29 am

Bitweasil wrote:Right now, I don't support the frt table format, but I do have my own MD5 len8 tables. They're not done, though, and are very big.


thank you Bitweasil, I found a torrent on your site but it's "only" :) MD5 Length 7 full US charset tables. can I create one of length 8 on my own with GRTGen, right? or where can I download it? and what about the use of web tables?
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby Bitweasil » Wed May 23, 2012 2:19 pm

pellegrino_tarantino wrote:thank you Bitweasil, I found a torrent on your site but it's "only" :) MD5 Length 7 full US charset tables. can I create one of length 8 on my own with GRTGen, right? or where can I download it? and what about the use of web tables?


Still working on the len8 table seeding... they're about 350GB each. Do you have the bandwidth to download that? :)
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby pellegrino_tarantino » Wed May 23, 2012 2:47 pm

Mmm...i have the time to download them..:) I can download at 4mb/s

I posted an help request in the GPU RAINBOW TABLES section how to create a perfect table on my own. Can you help me?
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby pellegrino_tarantino » Thu May 24, 2012 9:12 am

Bitweasil wrote:Still working on the len8 table seeding... they're about 350GB each. Do you have the bandwidth to download that? :)


ok, i tested my bandwidth and i can download at 6Mb/s only via http because of proxy. i can surely build them on my own, but i need an helping hand: which is the exact string to use with GRTGen? I've already generate (with "charset-all") 200 tables for about 200mb. how can i generate a more complete set of len8? i can do this way or i can download your own set.... :roll: :D
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby Bitweasil » Fri May 25, 2012 3:46 am

I don't have the set up for download right now - I will sell them on a hard drive, but the MD5 set only has 2 of 3 tables complete right now.
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby Sc00bz » Sun May 27, 2012 7:24 pm

pellegrino_tarantino wrote:I've already generate (with "charset-all") 200 tables for about 200mb.

You are doing it wrong. 200 tables is about 184 tables more than a ridiculous amount of tables.
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby Bitweasil » Sun May 27, 2012 11:22 pm

Remember, I generate table parts and merge them. That's what numtables specifies - how many N-sized tables are created, where they will later be merged.
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Re: Multiforcer for Windows 32 bits

Postby pellegrino_tarantino » Wed May 30, 2012 7:52 pm

Bitweasil wrote:Remember, I generate table parts and merge them. That's what numtables specifies - how many N-sized tables are created, where they will later be merged.

there's something i can't still catch on.. my intent is to recover one MD5 hash at a time, what difference if i create 1 table part or 1000 table parts?
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