Writings about the things that keep me busy
while I should actually do something else...
Great work! I appreciate it.
I have e6750 on windows vista but my speed is only 72Mhashes/s. My CPU is only use at 50% on 2 threads. 60% for core1 and 40% for core 2. I have the same bug with a e8400 on windows xp.
that seems a bit strange yes. so you are actually using -t 2 to use 2 threads and you start a job that's long enough?at least the e8400 should be able to get about half my performance as it's like exactly the same cpu, just that mine has 4 cores instead of 2. E8400 is clocked at 3.0 Ghz, mine is overclocked to 3.2 Ghz. So i'd say you should be able to get like 140-150 Mhashes/s on that one.
thanks, that was my mistake, I forget -t 2.
off topic but any chance you could make a brute force tool to attack cisco IOS hashes?
i don't think so, at least not in the near future.
Love the projects :) but I've been thinking about if you could create a LM brute forcer? This would be very handy and hopefully you can get it as fast as NTLM hashing in which case, simple alpha-numeric charset upto 7 chars would not take long at all. This would ultimatly mean I would not need my 24GB of rainbow tables, just your LM brute forcer ;)
hi md5decryptor admin, it's on my wish list... but i'm pretty sure it'll just stay on that list :p
Shame :( I've created one already but it takes around 1 min to do upto 4 chars with alpha-numeric. LM needs upto 7 obviously.
Thanks amazing performance on my Q6600@3ghz, commercial software(elcomsoft) reaches 28Mhashes/s, your algorithm reached 130Mhashes/s.
Just though i'd post my speed on here. I currently have an Intel Q9450 @ 3.2ghz with 6gb ram and i get 316.20 Mhashes/sCheers
Thanks very much for writing EnTibr NTLM and improving it so much! I have two quad-xeons, X5570s at 2.93GHz and am getting 520 MPS! Question: is there a way to stop the program and then restart it from the same password?
tnx for the speedpost jack, that matches mine :)Jimmy, nice speed as well.. and i'm sorry, no restore points
thanks for the update. Length 7 - 11% in 11448.83 s (648.31 Mhashes/s)getting some good speeds here on a stock i7 920. unfortunately this is going to take days :)
Thanks for the answer, Daniel. Another question, if I may: is there a way to select a character set that, for example, uses lower-alpha plus special characters and the space?
jimmy, some combinations are easy to add to EnTibr. but the way my brute forcers currently work do not allow a truly custom character set to be specified. Plaintext generation works with 1 to 3 ranges of characters, a range being for example 0x61-0x7A (lowercase). Any character set that you can compose of such 3 ranges is easy to implement currently.
Would be nice a restore point like rracki :DBut anyway, thanks for the tool
Daniel hi.The way you have compiled EnTibr, it runs on processors without SSE2 (for example AthlonXP), but never find passwords.I think you have to recompiled it in a way to prevent non-SSE2 processors to run it.
Sources for GNU/Linux users : http://bobotig.fr/contenu/programmes/EnTibr_0.3_src_gnulinux.7zGreat job and good continuation ;)
Hello, Daniel. I just ran EnTibr on our newest machine. It's a Win 64, with 2, 6-core Xeon X5670s running at 2.93GHz with 24GB RAM. Using the lowerapha-numeric set with a length of 8, EnTibr was pushing 873 Mhashes/s at 24 threads!! Very impressive! I can send a screen shot if you wish.
Jimmy_W, if you recompile the source with Intel C++ Compiler, you will break 1 Bhashes/s. My estimation for your system is a speed of 1.1 BHashes/s
Thanks, Nikos. I do forensics- I'm not a coder, so I have no experience in compiling source code. I will, however, check this out and see what I can learn.
I checked with one of our coders. He said that EnTibr's source also uses a separate set of code that was developed for running the multiple threads (pthread), and that code is not yet available as a 64-bit library. Hence, I guess that I'm running as optimally as I can for a 64-bit system. Still, the speed is incredible!
Jimmy_W: shouldn't matter, every 64-windows has a 32-bit "subsystem" or whatever you wanna call it, just compile it 32-bit..as every modern processor, Xeon X5670 has the 32 instructions.
it goes less than 100 on ubuntu, around 180 on Win7...(using gcc 4.5 and mingw-gcc4.5)would be good if someone could debug this... :((only tested on core i7 820...oh, and 820 is 1 of the worst i7 processors :p)
I've Tried the same thing as Hans,it looks like on a ubuntu system the speed is much slower.thank you very much for a very usefull/great program.