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Win 10 Client Errors
#1
Hello I have a win 10 mashine with a gtx 650 ti (i know not good for cracking thats why im distributeing)
but i can run hashcat (GUI) version fine no errors and it works evrey time trying to get it to interface with HASHTOPOLIS i get these errors:
Server Version : 0.10.1
Client version : 0..4 (python)
Any Ideas or am i stuck to running it as it is.
Thanks

nvmlDeviceGetCurrPcieLinkWidth(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetUtilizationRates(): Not Supported

hashfile is empty or corrupt.
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#2
(03-10-2019, 08:03 PM)CommanderCrap Wrote: Hello I have a win 10 mashine with a gtx 650 ti (i know not good for cracking thats why im distributeing)
but i can run hashcat (GUI) version fine no errors and it works evrey time trying to get it to interface with HASHTOPOLIS i get these errors:
Server Version : 0.10.1
Client version : 0..4 (python)
Any Ideas or am i stuck to running it as it is.
Thanks

nvmlDeviceGetCurrPcieLinkWidth(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetUtilizationRates(): Not Supported

hashfile is empty or corrupt.
I am doing testing with older cheap graphics cards, some of the older cards cannot support features like utilisation and temperature inside the hashtopolis client, because of this it shows error and cancels. I found setting it to not stop on error and keep going it will have that issue and then begin work just like normal
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#3
(06-19-2019, 09:10 PM)john9871234 Wrote:
(03-10-2019, 08:03 PM)CommanderCrap Wrote: Hello I have a win 10 mashine with a gtx 650 ti (i know not good for cracking thats why im distributeing)
but i can run hashcat (GUI) version fine no errors and it works evrey time trying to get it to interface with HASHTOPOLIS i get these errors:
Server Version : 0.10.1
Client version : 0..4 (python)
Any Ideas or am i stuck to running it as it is.
Thanks

nvmlDeviceGetCurrPcieLinkWidth(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetUtilizationRates(): Not Supported

hashfile is empty or corrupt.
I am doing testing with older cheap graphics cards, some of the older cards cannot support features like utilisation and temperature inside the hashtopolis client, because of this it shows error and cancels. I found setting it to not stop on error and keep going it will have that issue and then begin work just like normal
I though I had set the force option but it might not have worked how would you go about doing this the correct way as struggling to find full documentation on this issue
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#4
(06-30-2019, 08:37 PM)CommanderCrap Wrote:
(06-19-2019, 09:10 PM)john9871234 Wrote:
(03-10-2019, 08:03 PM)CommanderCrap Wrote: Hello I have a win 10 mashine with a gtx 650 ti (i know not good for cracking thats why im distributeing)
but i can run hashcat (GUI) version fine no errors and it works evrey time trying to get it to interface with HASHTOPOLIS i get these errors:
Server Version : 0.10.1
Client version : 0..4 (python)
Any Ideas or am i stuck to running it as it is.
Thanks

nvmlDeviceGetCurrPcieLinkWidth(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetClockInfo(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetTemperatureThreshold(): Not Supported

nvmlDeviceGetUtilizationRates(): Not Supported

hashfile is empty or corrupt.
I am doing testing with older cheap graphics cards, some of the older cards cannot support features like utilisation and temperature inside the hashtopolis client, because of this it shows error and cancels. I found setting it to not stop on error and keep going it will have that issue and then begin work just like normal
I though I had set the force option but it might not have worked how would you go about doing this the correct way as struggling to find full documentation on this issue

I’m not an expert by any means, but I’ve found the —force function doesn’t work through hashtopolis (why I do not know) but in the configuration pane for the agent where you configure name, owner etc there is an option about stopping on error, if you stop it from stopping on error I’ve found the attack will then work correctly
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#5
(06-30-2019, 08:37 PM)CommanderCrap Wrote: I though I had set the force option but it might not have worked how would you go about doing this the correct way as struggling to find full documentation on this issue

Please note that --force does ignore warnings if you run an unsupported gpu, outdated drivers, etc.
It does not set hashcat to not show any errors.

The right solution to prevent the errors to stop the agent, is to set the ignore errors flag to either ignoring or even not storing the errors. And this is not the same as what --force is doing.
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#6
Hi...the MySQL server Hashtopolis is currently on is halfway decent but not awesome.
When I added 5,000,000 lines the clients never got a valid hashlist and when I used 1,000,000 hashes it never gets past the keyspace calculation on the client so nothing is attempted.
Would it be possible to build (myself) a mass-import tool that creates multiple smaller hashlists that are put directly into the database then create a superhahslist (manually) and then create a supertask (manually) to handle it?

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