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Thanks for the Article! I've added it to the hashcat wiki: http://hashcat.net/wiki/ One note: I did not optimize my MD5 hash cracking code on hashcat CPU for a while. Most of my optimizations go into oclHashcat-lite first. While the 8213 Mhash/s on a stock clocked hd7970 is unbeaten, if I would port this code to CPU a stock clocked 6-core bulldozer it would run at 220 Mhash/s, not 50 Mhash/s.
Commented Apr 7, 2012 on
Hashes are a bit like fingerprints for data. A given hash uniquely represents a file, or any arbitrary collection of data. At least in theory. This is a 128-bit MD5 hash you're looking at above, so it can represent at most 2128 unique items, or 340 trillion trillion trillion. In reality the...
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