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[Discuss] deadmanish login?

On 2/5/2017 11:47 AM, Kent Borg wrote:
> Do some arithmetic.

I'll do you one better and provide actual performance numbers:

~127 GH/s NTLM = Benchmark cracking speed i.e. 127 billion cracks per second
~26 GH/s SHA1 = Benchmark cracking speed i.e. 26 billion cracks per second
~31 MH/s md5crypt = Benchmark cracking speed i.e. 31 million cracks per

That's for a cheap, entry level Hashcat rig. A high end rig with 8x GTX
1080 GPUs can do, well, see for yourself:

As for how would someone use one (or five, or a dozen) of these to
attack your password algorithm? Hashcat combinator attack is how:

Rich P.

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