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  • Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

    Here are some NTLMs to practice on.

    http://www.freerainbowtables.com/get....php?type=ntlm

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    Re: Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

    http://twitpic.com/26l5nd

    Now I need to round up more machines :D

    This ought to be fun! My first distributed password cracking endeavor!

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    • #3
      Re: Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

      My current progress...

      TOTAL for 4 nodes: guesses: 4951 time: 0:09:40:52 c/s: 452020M

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      • #4
        Re: Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

        Oh yeah.. Its been pointed out to me that that list is all jacked up.. and filled with MD5 and LANMANs etc. Its NOT my list.

        The list for the contest will be "clean" and tested to be valid.

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        • #5
          Re: Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

          I've been cracking for 3 days and only got 1 pass from my 1-7 char rainbow tables.....

          its "kismet"

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          • #6
            Re: Want to practice? Here are some NTLM

            Originally posted by alurker View Post
            I've been cracking for 3 days and only got 1 pass from my 1-7 char rainbow tables.....

            its "kismet"
            Rainbow tables are not the way to go here. If you have 10 tables with chains of size 10, that's (10+9+8+7..+2+1) * 10 NTLM hashes you have to compute per hash. For 15,000, that's only 825,000, but I'm guessing your chains are probably closer to something... say... 10,000?

            750,075,000,000 hashes for that ( (10000 + 99999 + 99998 ... 2 + 1) * 15000 )

            That's just one table with a chain length of ten. Multiply that by your number of tables.

            You'd be better off with just a giant dictionary for that. Here's what insidepro's big + rockyou turned up in about 12 seconds for me on a macbook:

            850307c5e2eefcb8376e24ab4085984a cnrs+80.05
            3e5d6e583c8617cc907b43c55edb0384 interloper
            d2878412ac363675ab15253e06cfb2d2 kismet
            337cbbbe4c8f3b2b1ff3d953cf076d60 kpmg1234

            and now begins the mangling

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