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  i need a help
Posted by: ragnar - 09-25-2022, 05:11 PM - Forum: Problems - No Replies

hi i have a problem using hashtopolis.
when I installed the client, everything worked normal
but then strange things happened, I have a task for blowfish and it works, if i add another hash type it doesn't work
only blowfish works, different hashlist blowfish also works.
the agent writes

Start chunk...
HC error: clGetDeviceIDs(): CL_DEVICE_NOT_FOUND
HC error: clGetDeviceIDs(): CL_DEVICE_NOT_FOUND
HC error: Killed
Finished chunk

hashtopolis 0.12.0
hashcat 6.2.5

in 1 screenshot task name "X" is blowfish
2 task is sha512

s3in!c help me please



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  brute force like this how to add task on hashtopolis
Posted by: happychina - 09-12-2022, 01:45 PM - Forum: Howto - Replies (1)

so on hashcat I go like this

hashcat.exe -m 1800 example500.hash -a3 -1?a ?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1 --increment --increment-min 1

can someone please tell me how to add a task like this to hashtopolis I tried to copy rule set to a super task about 700kb and wow it freezes chrome just opening the page so I deleted it

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  hashtopolis for one target
Posted by: billy_vonka - 08-29-2022, 12:48 PM - Forum: Howto - Replies (2)

Hello, I can't find any information on my question, I hope you can help me. I recently encountered a situation where I need to use a brute force method to spot attack a hash. The hash brute force method is slow. And to get a positive result, I found several ways.
1. Increase the server performance. Thus reducing the waiting time for the decryption.
2. Increase the number of agents for hashtopolis, thereby creating a large and powerful pool.

I want to use the second option. The method of splitting tasks, where each agent performs its own task, is not suitable. I need all agents to work on calculating the hash, and their performance is summed. At the same time, so that each agent knows and does not use the "failed" attempts of other agents in a given session. The principle of work is similar to the work of miners in a common pool, to solve the hash of a bitcoin block.

Can you tell me, at the moment hashtopolis can cope with such a task? If so, please give information how I can implement this method of attack.

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  Use Optimized Kernel
Posted by: lscyber - 08-16-2022, 07:34 PM - Forum: Problems - Replies (2)

I'm new here so I apologize for any "dumb" questions I may have.

Hashtopolis version: 0.12.0
Hashcat version: 6.2.4

I've been working on creating a mask+wordlist task but there seems to be something either I'm doing wrong or an issue with hashtopolis. I'm testing this out on a single NTLM hash. The command I'm running is -a7 -w4 #HL# ?a wordlist.txt which does seem to work, however it takes about 12 hours for it to complete. The system I'm using has 8 2080TIs so there should be no reason why it takes that long for the task to finish. When I SSH to the system and run hashcat manually with hashcat.bin -m 1000 -a7 -w4 hash.txt ?a wordlist.txt it completes in about 7 hours which still seems like a long time, but when I add the -O to use optimized kernels it finishes in about 40 minutes. My question is when I try to add the -O to the hashtopolis command, -a7 -w4 -O #HL# ?a wordlist.txt and I look at the agent status, it ends up saying Agent Error. Is there a way that you can specify hashtopolis to use optimized kernels or am I just doing something wrong? The wordlist I'm using is 115GB so I know it's very large and will take some time to get through but I feel like it should be quicker than 12 hours since running it with hashcat manually is much quicker.

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  HealthCheck fails
Posted by: HairyMass - 07-30-2022, 03:00 PM - Forum: Problems - Replies (1)

Hello everbody,

I'm very new to Hashtopolis, but I found the project marvelous!

I discovered the GIT this morning, and then I setup an environment on AWS.

Wanted to test if it's possible to run the Agents on containers and somehow I'm able to register one from another machine with Docker (following this git: https://github.com/socketz/hashtopolis-docker-agent)

Unfortunately when I launche a healthcheck to verify that the setup is running here is the error I get:

   

Thanks in advance for your help.

Best regards,
HairyMass

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  ACL for preconfigured tasks
Posted by: l4d1d4 - 07-21-2022, 01:56 PM - Forum: Hashtopolis - No Replies

Hi there, 
is there a way which I might have missed to restrict a group to only see a subset of available preconfigured tasks? 
The background is that we would like to configure groups of users that are only able to run specific cracking tasks e.g. fast runs against a simple password list to free the cracking resources asap while other groups should be able to start long running preconfigured tasks.
Any idea? 
Thx in advance

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  Account DELETION
Posted by: jrsaballa - 07-09-2022, 01:23 AM - Forum: Hashtopolis - No Replies

May I request from the mods that my current account here be deleted?

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  Agent usage goes to zero at 90% of the chunk
Posted by: manage - 06-18-2022, 04:42 PM - Forum: Problems - Replies (1)

Every time my agent gets to about the 90% mark of every chunk, it slows down to almost zero. Up until that point, each 5 second update will show about 1% progress of the chunk. Then when it gets to around 90% each five second update shows about .01% progress. Once it finally finishes that chunk and gets a new one, it's back to it's normal speed. I've added a snippet of the verbose output below.
Server version: 0.12.0
Client version: 0.6.0.10
Hashcat Version: 6.2.5
Command: #HL# -a 1 netgear_wordlist.txt  3Digits.txt


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{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'XXXi', 'chunkId': 338, 'keyspaceProgress': 23590022, 'relativeProgress': 9976, 'speed': 1345692, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'gpuTemp': [32, 39, 46, 47, -1], 'gpuUtil': [0, 0, 0, 0, -1]}
http://hashtop.xxx.net:80 "POST /api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress: 99.76% Speed:  1.35MH/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS  3      SPEED  350284  1000    374622  1000    327571  1000    288947  1000    4267    1000    EXEC_RUNTIME    0.590736        2.620154    3.158287        5.500070        1.002176        CURKU  23590022        PROGRESS        47952942510    47954837160    RECHASH 0
        3      RECSALT 0      2      TEMP    32      39      46      47      -1      REJECTED        0      UTIL    0      0      0
        0      -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'XXX', 'chunkId': 338, 'keyspaceProgress': 23590022, 'relativeProgress': 9976, 'speed': 1345691, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'gpuTemp': [32, 39, 46, 47, -1], 'gpuUtil': [0, 0, 0, 0, -1]}
http://hashtop.xxx.net:80 "POST /api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress: 99.76% Speed:  1.35MH/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS  3      SPEED  350284  1000    374622  1000    327571  1000    288947  1000    4267    1000    EXEC_RUNTIME    0.590736        2.620154    3.158287        5.500070        1.012072        CURKU  23590022        PROGRESS        47952962910    47954837160    RECHASH 0
        3      RECSALT 0      2      TEMP    31      39      45      47      -1      REJECTED        0      UTIL    0      0      0
        0      -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'XXX', 'chunkId': 338, 'keyspaceProgress': 23590022, 'relativeProgress': 9977, 'speed': 1345691, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'gpuTemp': [31, 39, 45, 47, -1], 'gpuUtil': [0, 0, 0, 0, -1]}
http://hashtop.xxx.net:80 "POST /api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress: 99.77% Speed:  1.35MH/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS  3      SPEED  350284  1000    374622  1000    327571  1000    288947  1000    4266    1000    EXEC_RUNTIME    0.590736        2.620154    3.158287        5.500070        1.002733        CURKU  23590022        PROGRESS        47952983310    47954837160    RECHASH 0
        3      RECSALT 0      2      TEMP    31      39      45      47      -1      REJECTED        0      UTIL    0      0      0
        0      -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'XXX', 'chunkId': 338, 'keyspaceProgress': 23590022, 'relativeProgress': 9977, 'speed': 1345690, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'gpuTemp': [31, 39, 45, 47, -1], 'gpuUtil': [0, 0, 0, 0, -1]}
http://hashtop.xxx.net:80 "POST /api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress: 99.77% Speed:  1.35MH/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS  3      SPEED  350284  1000    374622  1000    327571  1000    288947  1000    4265    1000    EXEC_RUNTIME    0.590736        2.620154    3.158287        5.500070        1.009273        CURKU  23590022        PROGRESS        47953006260    47954837160    RECHASH 0
        3      RECSALT 0      2      TEMP    31      38      44      47      -1      REJECTED        0      UTIL    0      0      0
        0      -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'XXX', 'chunkId': 338, 'keyspaceProgress': 23590022, 'relativeProgress': 9977, 'speed': 1345689, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'gpuTemp': [31, 38, 44, 47, -1], 'gpuUtil': [0, 0, 0, 0, -1]}
http://hashtop.xxx.net:80 "POST /api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress: 99.77% Speed:  1.35MH/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0

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  Changing default "Order by" in pages?
Posted by: danielradcliff - 05-31-2022, 10:38 AM - Forum: Howto - No Replies

Hey everyone, 
When entering pages like the tasks.php and hashlists.php, the tables are ordered by "ID" in a Ascending order, which essentially always shows the OLDEST first, i would like to reverse this, still sorting by ID, only in Descending order?

How if at all can i do that?

thank you very much!

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  Slow retrieval of the hashlist.
Posted by: F8k4X - 05-26-2022, 09:46 AM - Forum: Problems - Replies (1)

Hello.

After uploading dozens of hash files - 5,000,000 lines each, 'Hash.hash' column has 132,650,000 rows. Currently, the mysql server takes about 50 seconds to process a batch of 50,000 hashes from the database, which is about 80 minutes before the client downloads the hash list. Processing query with using index takes about 2 seconds, which would reduce the download time to about 3 minutes. Below are the results from the slow-queries log of the mysql server.

Code:
# Query_time: 51.265938  Lock_time: 0.000003 Rows_sent: 50000  Rows_examined: 1350000
SET timestamp=1653555672;
SELECT hashId, hashlistId, hash, salt, plaintext, timeCracked, chunkId, isCracked, crackPos FROM Hash WHERE hashlistId='30' AND isCracked='0' ORDER BY Hash.hashId ASC LIMIT 1300000,50000;

# Query_time: 2.083822  Lock_time: 0.000003 Rows_sent: 50000  Rows_examined: 1400000
SET timestamp=1653555792;
SELECT hashId, hashlistId, hash, salt, plaintext, timeCracked, chunkId, isCracked, crackPos FROM Hash USE INDEX (hashlistId) WHERE hashlistId='30' AND isCracked='0' ORDER BY Hash.hashId ASC LIMIT 1350000,50000;

Could I find out if it is possible to modify the query to search by index of the table?

Hashtopolis: 0.12.0
Client: 0.6.0.10

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