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PostPosted: 20 Apr 2012, 20:07 
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Shoulder Surfer

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Hi all,
I have been playing with this combination on and off for the last week and have run into a problem. Here's some environment information...
1. Ubuntu 64 bit 11.10
2. rcracki_mt compiled from source (deb package doesn't work for some reason)
3. downloaded all 192 files for
ntlm_hybrid2(alpha#1-1,loweralpha#5-5,loweralpha-numeric#2-2,numeric#1-3)#0-0_0_60000x67108864_distrrtgen[p][i]_*.rti2
Tried an NTLM hash but got this error message once turning on debug (-v)
Here's the command
../rcracki/src_0.6.6/rcracki_mt -v -t 4 -l ntlm_only.pwd /media/rbTables/ntml_hybrid2/
Here's the output
Using 4 threads for pre-calculation and false alarm checking...
Found 191 rainbowtable files...

ntlm_hybrid2(alpha#1-1,loweralpha#5-5,loweralpha-numeric#2-2,numeric#1-3)#0-0_0_60000x47802218_distrrtgen[p][i]_190.rti2:
Debug: Saving 479992 bytes of memory for chainwalkset.
Debug: This is a table in .rti2 format.
Debug: nAvailPhys: 777502720
Debug: bytesSaved: 479992
Debug: Allocated 764835488 bytes, filelen 337781321
Debug: reading...
Chain Position is now 47802218
334615526 bytes read, disk access time: 3.15 s
Debug: verifying the file...
rainbow chain length verify fail
Debug: writing progress to rcracki.progress

ntlm_hybrid2(alpha#1-1,loweralpha#5-5,loweralpha-numeric#2-2,numeric#1-3)#0-0_0_60000x67108864_distrrtgen[p][i]_000.rti2:
Debug: Saving 479992 bytes of memory for chainwalkset.
Debug: This is a table in .rti2 format.
Debug: Allocated 777022728 bytes, filelen 474207011
Debug: reading...
Chain Position is now 48563920
339947440 bytes read, disk access time: 3.13 s
Debug: verifying the file...
rainbow chain length verify fail
Debug: writing progress to rcracki.progress

etc...

I get "Debug: verifying the file... rainbow chain length verify fail" on every file. And the hash is not cracked in the end. <not found>

Looking for some help.

Thanks.


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PostPosted: 20 Apr 2012, 20:39 
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Shoulder Surfer

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Forgot to mention that I ran md5sum for all of the files and they matched the .md5sums file.


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PostPosted: 30 Apr 2012, 18:27 
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Total Hash Enlightenment

Joined: 15 Jul 2009, 22:38
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Location: Dallas, TX, USA
Grab one of the beta releases or the code from gitorious. I *really* need to get a new release out and this is one of the reasons.


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PostPosted: 07 May 2012, 21:13 
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Shoulder Surfer

Joined: 20 Apr 2012, 18:39
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Thanks for the update quel. I will grab a beta and see what happens.


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