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hashtopolis file upload
Hashtopolis run on a dedicated remote server (OS: Ubuntu, CLI only).
Normally I use hashcat on this server by login with ssh. Wordlist file uploaded to '/usr/share/wordlist/' directory.

On this server hashtopolis also installed. When I upload wordlist files by hashtopolis, wordlist files are duplicated.
One uploaded by me for hashcat to '/usr/share/wordlist/', another one uploaded by hashtopolis.

My question: Could you recommend any solution to avoid duplicates?
e.g.: create link on hashtopolis to the dir '/usr/share/wordlist/'?

Hashtopolis: 0.10.1

I would do it the other way around. Link the hashtopolis directory to /usr/share/wordlist.
Hashtopolis needs to place the files itself there, and if there is anything done on the files, it can lead to some malfunction (e.g. if the file size changed, etc.). So I would say it's safer to link from the hashtopolis directory to /usr/share/wordlist.

Of course you can do it the other way round, you just need to be careful then.
Is there an easy way to reconfigure where the files are uploaded to? I have the same issue, where I don't want the files to upload to the default '/var/www/html/files' directory.
What is the reason that you don't want them to be uploaded to /var/www/html/files directory?
(08-12-2019, 04:29 PM)s3in!c Wrote: What is the reason that you don't want them to be uploaded to /var/www/html/files directory?
Basically, the hashtopolis install is on a small VM and there is insufficient space to upload all the dictionaries I want to use. Rather than try to build a new VM with a larger storage drive, I wanted to just point hashtopolis to the existing directory elsewhere that holds the dictionaries / has capacity to hold further dictionaries, and like the OP avoid duplicating the data.
Hmm, typically it should be very easy to extend the disk of a VM.

To make the files being stored somewhere else, you can create a symlink to the folder where you want to store it (e.g. on a nfs drive).
rmdir /var/www/html/files
ln -s /path/to/storage/files /var/www/html/files

afterwards make sure that you have the correct permissions on this folder, so Hashtopolis can create files in there.

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