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  how to make a sequence of attacks
Posted by: Alex1234 - 12-17-2020, 07:12 PM - Forum: Howto - Replies (2)

Hello! Please tell me how in hashtopolis to make the agents perform a given sequence of attacks, that is, when one attack ends, the agents automatically proceed to the next.

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  how to correctly set the link in the field "Download URL"
Posted by: Alex1234 - 12-10-2020, 07:34 PM - Forum: Howto - Replies (1)

Hello
I am deploying the hashtopolis agent on a computer with poor internet, so I need to provide a link to download the hashcat binaries not from the hashcat website, but from some computer that is on the same local network as mine. Please tell me how I need to set the path for this.

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  Keep getting "Invalid --outfile-format"
Posted by: sagasu - 12-09-2020, 12:22 PM - Forum: Problems - Replies (5)

Just setup Hashtopolis today and I keep having to add "--outfile-format 1" to the cmd when creating tasks.
It's especially hard when creating supertasks as I have to go into every single one and att the argument.
Have I missed something?
And is --outfile-format 1 going to let the client correctly detect when a hash is cracked? (Yeah I could check this myself but figured maybe I've missed something else that is obvious)


Quote:Got task with id: 22
Downloading: [=========================================================================]
Client is up-to-date!
Got cracker binary type hashcat
Invalid --outfile-format value specified.



Thanks!

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  Sustainable password cracking
Posted by: madpierre - 11-22-2020, 03:47 PM - Forum: Hashtopolis - No Replies

I'm a big fan of Solar project, and I run a few raspberry pi on solar. But I've got my hand on one of those new Nvdiia 2GB nano board that can run from 5v USB C. over this weekend I've manged to get Hashtopolis running on this wee little nao board with only 9W power draw. My first task was to compile Hashcat on the nano board and test it. once done, then download and run the python3 script. this is where i ran into a issue with Hashtopolis. First off ( Yes I know ) it was downloading the amd64 version from the link. Just had to replace that with the comiled version earlier. then I ran into a issue with the benchmark not runn so I entered in a manual number on the server. [ 4096:4033497.7 ] , And was able to run a test. Ok it's slow 4.8Kh/s compared to a desktop rig. But this is a raspberry sized board, that can run on solar. Anyhow what I would like to know is what do the number's mean on the benchmark. 4096???:4.33497.7??? . Also as anyone else done solar cracking ?.

Also may I add. the Jetson Nvidia nano 2GB only just run with it limited memory on Version 4.4.1. Only run's on a fresh boot with logging into desktop ( I log in via ssh ). Won't run once it's been running other task, due to low memory.

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  Hashcat not using full power of GPU
Posted by: raptork - 11-19-2020, 05:17 AM - Forum: Hashtopolis - No Replies

Hi there, it's me again.

I am running a bruteforce task with the attack command like this:

-a 3 -1 ?l?d?s?u #HL# ?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1

In my iMac, it's using 65% GPU power only, and the speed is 0% with my NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M display card. (see the attached screenshot)
   
In my older MacBook Pro (which is much less powerful) running the same task, the speed is 12H/s (still very slow), and using 35% GPU power only (Intel HD Graphics 4000).

How come the MacBook Pro runs faster than the iMac with less GPU utilization?

From hashcat documentation, it said the task has not enough workload:
https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=fre...full_speed

Is it also true in my case?

The keyspace size should be huge enough: 6,634,204,312,890,625, which now takes 12,245,200y 72d 16:54:54 to finish Tongue

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  Mobile App for Hashtopolis
Posted by: raptork - 11-04-2020, 09:16 AM - Forum: Hashtopolis - Replies (2)

I can create a mobile app for Hashtopolis using the Server API. 
Do you think it's useful?

btw, I have created a Pull Request about validating the attack command. 
https://github.com/s3inlc/hashtopolis/pull/672
Would you mind to have a look?

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  The --increment flag
Posted by: raptork - 11-03-2020, 04:42 AM - Forum: Problems - Replies (2)

If the attack command contains `--increment`, the agent will tell it cannot be used with `--keyspace` when the task first got downloaded and keyspace test command is being executed.

I think when the keyspace test command is being executed, the `--increment` flag should be omitted, otherwise the `--increment` cannot exist in Mask Attack.

The attack command is as follow:

Code:
-a 3 --increment #HL# ?a?a?a?a?a?a?a?a

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  Hash data too long
Posted by: raptork - 10-27-2020, 07:51 AM - Forum: Problems - Replies (4)

I have a password-protected ZIP file.

I generated the hash via John the Ripper:

Code:
/johntheripper_directory/run/zip2john central.zip > central.zip.hash

I cannot attach the hash file here, but the length of the hash file is 465,959 bytes.

When I try to upload the file as a new hash list, the system got 500 Internal Server Error. I checked the Apache2 error log, it said:

Code:
SQLSTATE[22001]: String data, right truncated: 1406 Data too long for column 'hash' at row 1 in AbstractModelFactory.class.php:367

I checked the DB schema, the column has TEXT data type, which the max length is 65,535, exceeding the length of the given hash.
I think LONGTEXT should be used instead, which the max length is 4,294,967,295 characters.


btw, which type of hash should I use? It's a ZIP file generated by the "zip" command in macOS Terminal. When issuing the "zip2john" command, the following line appears:


Code:
ver 2.0 efh 5455 efh 7875 central.zip->floyd.wav PKZIP Encr: 2b chk, TS_chk, cmplen=232921, decmplen=358408, crc=70B1D6B


13600 - WinZip
17200 ~ 17230 - PKZIP



Attached Files
.zip   central.zip (Size: 227.68 KB / Downloads: 0)
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  Silencing the output of the agent
Posted by: raptork - 10-23-2020, 09:36 AM - Forum: Hashtopolis - Replies (2)

For the same task, the output of Ubuntu Linux (CPU) is different than macOS (GPU):


Code:
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'nisPTTEiaU', 'chunkId': 5480, 'keyspaceProgress': 207536, 'relativeProgress': 0, 'speed': 12, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'cpuUtil': [52.7]}
https://example.com:443 "POST /hashtopolis/src/api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress:  0.00% Speed:  12.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS 3 SPEED 12 1000 EXEC_RUNTIME 36.380824 CURKU 207536 PROGRESS 207536 214948 RECHASH 0 1 RECSALT 0 1 REJECTED 0 UTIL -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'nisPTTEiaU', 'chunkId': 5480, 'keyspaceProgress': 207536, 'relativeProgress': 0, 'speed': 12, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'cpuUtil': [56.9]}
https://example.com:443 "POST /hashtopolis/src/api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress:  0.00% Speed:  12.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS 3 SPEED 12 1000 EXEC_RUNTIME 36.368277 CURKU 207536 PROGRESS 207536 214948 RECHASH 0 1 RECSALT 0 1 REJECTED 0 UTIL -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'nisPTTEiaU', 'chunkId': 5480, 'keyspaceProgress': 207536, 'relativeProgress': 0, 'speed': 12, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'cpuUtil': [55.1]}
https://example.com:443 "POST /hashtopolis/src/api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress:  0.00% Speed:  12.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS 3 SPEED 12 1000 EXEC_RUNTIME 36.236952 CURKU 207536 PROGRESS 207536 214948 RECHASH 0 1 RECSALT 0 1 REJECTED 0 UTIL -1
Sending 0 cracks...
{'action': 'sendProgress', 'token': 'nisPTTEiaU', 'chunkId': 5480, 'keyspaceProgress': 207536, 'relativeProgress': 0, 'speed': 12, 'state': 2, 'cracks': [], 'cpuUtil': [63.5]}
https://example.com:443 "POST /hashtopolis/src/api/server.php HTTP/1.1" 200 80
b'{"action":"sendProgress","response":"SUCCESS","cracked":0,"skipped":0,"zaps":[]}'
Progress:  0.00% Speed:  12.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
STATUS 3 SPEED 12 1000 EXEC_RUNTIME 36.319818 CURKU 207536 PROGRESS 207536 214948 RECHASH 0 1 RECSALT 0 1 REJECTED 0 UTIL -1


For Ubuntu Linux (CPU Task), it is much cleaner:


Code:
Start chunk...
Sending keepalive progress to avoid timeout...
Progress:  3.15% Speed:  40.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress:  6.31% Speed:  40.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress:  9.47% Speed:  40.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 12.63% Speed:  39.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 15.78% Speed:  39.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 17.89% Speed:  38.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 21.05% Speed:  38.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 24.21% Speed:  38.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 27.36% Speed:  38.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0
Progress: 29.47% Speed:  37.00H/s Cracks: 0 Accepted: 0 Skips: 0 Zaps: 0



How to make the macOS (GPU Task) to output cleaner results? They use the same command:

Code:
python3 hashtopolis.zip

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  Device Temperature & Utilisation information
Posted by: raptork - 10-21-2020, 05:38 AM - Forum: Howto - Replies (4)

In the agent details page, I notice that Device Temperature & Utilisation information are not available, no matter NVIDIA, AMD GPU or CPU is used. How to make it available?

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