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multiple hash types for one hash?
#1
Hello there,
I am new to Hashtopolis. So far it seems like an awesome tool but I have got a question about the usage:

If I have a raw hash and I am not sure about the hash type, what is the best way to create a task with multiple modes (e.g. veracrypt 13711 & 13722). For me it seems, that I need to create multiple hash lists with different hash types and create a task for each one of them. Is there a possibility to make this easier?

Thank you in advance.

knust
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#2
The hashlist ist directly tied to a specific Hashcat mode which cannot easily be changed at a later point. Also it would make it harder to have a history of which tasks were exactly run in which mode if a switching in between would be possible.
So you guessed it correct, that you have to create a separate hashlist for each mode you wanted to try for example on a Veracrypt dump.
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#3
(10-20-2020, 02:12 PM)s3in!c Wrote: The hashlist ist directly tied to a specific Hashcat mode which cannot easily be changed at a later point. Also it would make it harder to have a history of which tasks were exactly run in which mode if a switching in between would be possible.
So you guessed it correct, that you have to create a separate hashlist for each mode you wanted to try for example on a Veracrypt dump.
Thank you for your fast reply. Hmmm... but it would be nice to select multiple hash types and by doing so, create multiple tasks at once.
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#4
if you have many tasks/hashlists to create, take a look at the User API, so you can script such actions.
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#5
Ok. Thanks again, awesome work!
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