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 Post subject: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 09:10 
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I've got two hashes here and I'd like to know how they're generated.

9F04679B307E452B8BDC4B46F46CBB562C48A2FD42ACED67182D3546A1EDC1FDFC5B52E58A18E4E3

9E68F3CA22C11639A1077DEA74F01280F4AB35F7C9C00E749D12C37F549832B901F4F410D4578685

Perhaps those interested could suggest texts for me to hash.


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
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I'm going to guess RIPEMD-320. Since there are 320 bits in your hashes.
Moose wrote:
Perhaps those interested could suggest texts for me to hash.

Just hash anything, such as "asdf", then post both the hash and the text that will help a lot on identifying what hashing algorithm it's using. You might want to do the same text multiple times to see if there is salt involved.

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 09:54 
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i can tell you what kind of hash isn't :P
plain text : a
hash :
Code:
MD5 0cc175b9c0f1b6a831c399e269772661
LM 7584248B8D2C9F9E
NTLM 186CB09181E2C2ECAAC768C47C729904
MySQL323 60671C896665C3FA
MySQLSHA1 667F407DE7C6AD07358FA38DAED7828A72014B4E
Cisco PIX qql0il5mH7fKVnNo
VNC Hash D8D1E367E1D17646
MD4 BDE52CB31DE33E46245E05FBDBD6FB24
SHA1 86F7E437FAA5A7FCE15D1DDCB9EAEAEA377667B8
SHA256 CA978112CA1BBDCAFAC231B39A23DC4DA786EFF8147C4E72B9807785AFEE48BB
SHA384 54A59B9F22B0B80880D8427E548B7C23ABD873486E1F035DCE9CD697E85175033CAA88E6D57BC35EFAE0B5AFD3145F31
SHA512 1F40FC92DA241694750979EE6CF582F2D5D7D28E18335DE05ABC54D0560E0F5302860C652BF08D560252AA5E74210546F369FBBBCE8C12CFC7957B2652FE9A75
RIPEMD160 0BDC9D2D256B3EE9DAAE347BE6F4DC835A467FFE
PANAMA 6604ca6420aeb684418846d02a9005a57477c8decd46bdbdfaf0c8e23be268fd
TIGER 77befbef2e7ef8ab2ec8f93bf587a7fc613e247f5f247809
MD2 32ec01ec4a6dac72c0ab96fb34c0b5d1
ADLER32 00620062
CRC32 e8b7be43
eDonkey/eMule bde52cb31de33e46245e05fbdbd6fb24

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 09:57 
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"boats" = "3224E628F6DA22B44D62E95E208B3E890BBEB690B03F549E777C8873984C585CC3E7E82B19382499"
"moose" = "21E1922E871224895A3C27EE9C65936F420E35C76306EDBE6354307FC0CC28085385B8759341ABEE"
"moose" = "3069C4D2D76ACC15B26EC4FE09BF1F02CF9A8EA673972CB9D6FF4371B4335AB4BF01E42B638DF33E"
"moose" = "BC0FEE217DDA9AA678B1BA8F2B5B6AF6FB7784386BE5CB6571C470BB207811FC29322F43A63A51A0"
"moose" = "75BA7C71DAD210A757529F2D90A60BC04493F17926AA6829319F59AB770235367CF916160CFE55B0" - salt = "7CF916160CFE55B0"
"LOL Look at me. I'm a hash." = "460782E986E9B38A047D14716843CA2B8AF486146986ADE4B73A899A16F4D8871C76EA7EE3900113"

There you go.


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 09:58 
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try this tool for RIPEMD320 : http://www.woodmann.com/collaborative/t ... ypto_Tools

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 10:08 
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It's not RIPEMD-320.


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 10:14 
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then i can stop the bruteforce :))

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 11:22 
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Moose wrote:
"boats" = "3224E628F6DA22B44D62E95E208B3E890BBEB690B03F549E777C8873984C585CC3E7E82B19382499"
"moose" = "21E1922E871224895A3C27EE9C65936F420E35C76306EDBE6354307FC0CC28085385B8759341ABEE"
"moose" = "3069C4D2D76ACC15B26EC4FE09BF1F02CF9A8EA673972CB9D6FF4371B4335AB4BF01E42B638DF33E"
"moose" = "BC0FEE217DDA9AA678B1BA8F2B5B6AF6FB7784386BE5CB6571C470BB207811FC29322F43A63A51A0"
"moose" = "75BA7C71DAD210A757529F2D90A60BC04493F17926AA6829319F59AB770235367CF916160CFE55B0" - salt = "7CF916160CFE55B0"
"LOL Look at me. I'm a hash." = "460782E986E9B38A047D14716843CA2B8AF486146986ADE4B73A899A16F4D8871C76EA7EE3900113"

There you go.

How do you know the salt is "7CF916160CFE55B0" for that one or are you just guessing?
Anyway I'd guess it probably has 64 bits for the salt and 256 bits for the hash. I'd guess sha256 but the few that I tried didn't work. Hmm maybe it's 160 bits for each the salt and the hash.

Here's some 160 bit hashing functions: SHA1, RIPEMD-160, Haval160, Tiger160, HAS-160, or MySQL v5.x.
Here's some 256 bit hashing functions: SHA256, Gost-Hash "GOST R 34.11-94", Haval256, RIPEMD-256, or SNEFRU256.

What is generating the hashes is it a web server, program, or something else.

Here's a nice hash calculator http://www.insidepro.com/hashes.php?lang=eng

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 11:29 
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They are generated to hash the passwords for game accounts of an MMORPG.

I was told that there are 64 bits of salt appended to the hash resulting in the final value as posted.
Also I'm not sure if the salts are postfixed or prefixed to the password value.. as in HASH( salt + password ) or HASH( password + salt )


Last edited by Moose on 12 Jun 2008, 12:41, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 12:36 
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It could be HMACed. Also the hashing algorithm could be done several times in a loop to deter people from cracking it, such as with crypt.

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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Jun 2008, 12:40 
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Sc00bz wrote:
It could be HMACed. Also the hashing algorithm could be done several times in a loop to deter people from cracking it, such as with crypt.


You win it seems.

The hashing algorithm is HMAC-SHA-256 with a 32 byte key.

Thanks for the help.


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 12 Aug 2011, 21:50 
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hi gys i have this type of hash ee70cd3ed39d51b714cd6856fec64fdcdaf73d0224741037528c2290a55b926d wht type of hash is it what is the password
iif there is a tool to decrypte thi kind of hash so please give out?


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 13 Aug 2011, 18:42 
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5starshustle wrote:
hi gys i have this type of hash ee70cd3ed39d51b714cd6856fec64fdcdaf73d0224741037528c2290a55b926d wht type of hash is it what is the password
iif there is a tool to decrypte thi kind of hash so please give out?


Assuming that is the hash, part of the hash isn't the sale, and it isn't a base64 encoded value some options are (given length 64):
sha256
ripemd256
gost
haval_256_3
haval_256_4
haval_256_5


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 14 Aug 2011, 13:22 
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thank you quel but what tool can be use to decrypt these algorithm and where can i get the sha256 rainbowtable


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 Post subject: Re: Hash Identification
PostPosted: 14 Aug 2011, 17:41 
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5starshustle wrote:
thank you quel but what tool can be use to decrypt these algorithm and where can i get the sha256 rainbowtable


I don't know if anyone has sha256 tables as there isn't much demand. I think you'll have to look for GPU brute forcing. I was going to recommend either oclhashcat or cryptohaze but neither appear to do sha256. I know Bitweasil of cryptohaze is working on sha256 support but it isn't complete.

Anyone else have ideas of sha256 GPU brute forcing tools?


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