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Scallion – GPU Based Onion Hash Generator

Scallion is a GPU-driven Onion Hash Generator written in C#, it lets you create vanity GPG keys and .onion addresses (for Tor’s hidden services) using OpenCL. Scallion runs on Mono (tested in Arch Linux) and .NET 3.5+ (tested on Windows 7 and Server 2008) Scallion was used to find collisions for every 32bit key id […]

Topic: Cryptography

IGHASHGPU – GPU Based Hash Cracking – SHA1, MD5 & MD4

IGHASHGPU is an efficient and comprehensive command line GPU based hash cracking program that enables you to retrieve SHA1, MD5 and MD4 hashes by utilising ATI and nVidia GPUs. It even works with salted hashes making it useful for MS-SQL, Oracle 11g, NTLM passwords and others than use salts. IGHASHGPU is meant to function with […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Password Cracking

SHA-1 Password Hashes Cracked Using Amazon EC2 GPU Cloud

It’s not the first time someone has pulled this off, back in November 2009 we wrote about Using Cloud Computing To Crack Passwords – Amazon’s EC2. Add that with a story way back from 2007 – Graphics Cards – The Next Big Thing for Password Cracking? – and you’ve got yourself an interesting combo with […]

Topic: Password Cracking, Secure Coding

CUDA-Multiforcer – GPU Powered High Performance Multihash Brute Forcer

The Cryptohaze Multiforcer is a high performance multihash brute forcer with support for per-position character sets, and very good performance scaling when dealing with large hash lists. As an example, on a list of 10 hashes, the Cryptohaze Multiforcer achieves 390M steps per second on a GTX260/216SP@1.24ghz card. On a list of 1.4 million hashes […]

Topic: Hacking Tools, Password Cracking

dcipher – Online Hash Cracking Using Rainbow & Lookup Tables

dcipher is a JavaScript-based online hash cracking tool to decipher hashes using online rainbow & lookup table attack services. The capacity to programmatically crack passwords is also a function of the number of possible passwords per second which can be checked. If a hash of the target password is available to the attacker, this number […]

Topic: Hacking Tools

Hiding A Bitcoin Mining Botnet In The Cloud

This is a pretty interesting story, and an interesting use (or mis-use) of cloud resources. We’ve covered similar stuff before like the case when Yahoo! was Spreading Bitcoin Mining Botnet Malware Via Ads, and then more recently when the Pirated ‘Watch Dogs’ Game Made A Bitcoin Mining Botnet. But this time it’s not malware based, […]

Topic: Networking Hacking, Web Hacking