hashcat - Advanced password recovery

Website: https://hashcat.net/hashcat
License: MIT
Hashcat is the world's fastest and most advanced password recovery utility, supporting five unique modes of attack
for over 160 highly-optimized hashing algorithms. hashcat currently supports CPU's, GPU's other hardware-accelerators
on Linux, Windows and OSX, and has facilities to help enable distributed password cracking.


hashcat-3.00-1.el6.i686 [2.6 MiB] Changelog by Lawrence R. Rogers (2016-06-29):
* Release 3.00-1
	Here are the changes from the previous version (2.01)

	This release markes the fusion of "hashcat" and "oclHashcat" into "hashcat".
	It combines all features of all hashcat projects in one project.
	- Support for Apple OpenCL runtime
	- Support for NVidia OpenCL runtime (replaces CUDA)
	- Support for Mesa (Gallium) OpenCL runtime
	- Support for pocl OpenCL runtime
	- Support for Khronos' OSS OpenCL reference implementation for building
	- Support to utilize OpenCL devices-types other than GPU, ex: CPU and FPGA
	- Support to utilize multiple different OpenCL platforms in parallel, ex: AMD + NV
	- Support to utilize multiple different OpenCL device-types in parallel, ex: GPU + CPU
	- Added option --opencl-platform to select a specific OpenCL platform
	- Added option --opencl-device-types select specific OpenCL device types
	- Added option --opencl-vector-width to override automatically selected vector-width size
	- Added makefile native compilation target
	- Added makefile install and uninstall targets
	- Added autotuning engine and user-configurable tuning database
	- Added current engine clock, current memory clock and pci-e lanes to the status display
	- Added support for --gpu-temp-retain for NVidia GPU, both Linux and Windows
	- Added execution timer of the running kernel to the status display
	- Added command prompt to quit at next restore checkpoint
	- Added human-readable error message for the OpenCL error codes
	- Added option --potfile-path to override potfile path
	- Added option --veracrypt-keyfile to set Keyfiles used, can be multiple
	- Added option --veracrypt-pim to set the VeraCrypt personal iterations multiplier
	- Added option --machine-readable for easier parsing of output
	- Added option --powertune-enable to work with NVidia devices as well, not just AMD
	- Added option --stdout to print candidates instead of trying to crack a hash
	- Added new hash-mode   125 = ArubaOS
	- Added new hash-mode 12900 = Android FDE (Samsung DEK)
	- Added new hash-mode 13000 = RAR5
	- Added new hash-mode 13100 = Kerberos 5 TGS-REP etype 23
	- Added new hash-mode 13200 = AxCrypt
	- Added new hash-mode 13300 = AxCrypt in memory SHA1
	- Added new hash-mode 13400 = Keepass 1 (AES/Twofish) and Keepass 2 (AES)
	- Added new hash-mode 13500 = PeopleSoft PS_TOKEN
	- Added new hash-mode 13600 = WinZip
	- Added new hash-mode 137** = VeraCrypt
	- Added new hash-mode 13800 = Windows 8+ phone PIN/Password
	- Full Table: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1B1S_t1Z0KsqByH3pNkYUM-RCFMu860nlfSsYEqOoqco/edit#gid=0
	- Reordering of files to help integration into linux distributions ~/.hashcat etc
	- Use a profile directory to write temporary files (session, potfile etc.)
	- Workaround depencies on AMD APP-SDK AMD ADL, NV CUDA-SDK, NV ForceWare, NVML and NVAPI; they are no longer required
	- Load external libraries dynamic at runtime instead of link them static at compile-time
	- Benchmark accuracy improved; Is now on par to: singlehash -a 3 -w 3 ?b?b?b?b?b?b?b
	- Benchmark no longer depends on a fixed time
	- Removed option --benchmark-mode, therefore support --workload-profile in benchmark-mode
	- Enabled support of --machine-readable in combination with --benchmark for automated benchmark processing
	- Replaced --status-automat entirely with --machine-readable to make it more consistent among benchmark and non-benchmark mode
	- Extended support from 14 to 255 functions calls per rule
	- Extended password length up to 32 for 7zip
	- Extended salt length up to 55 for raw hash types, eg: md5($pass.$salt)
	- Extended version information
	- Removed some duplicate rules in T0XlCv1, d3ad0ne and dive
	- Redesigned changes.txt layout
	- Redesigned --help menu layout
	- Fixed a bug in speed display: In some situation, especially with slow hashes or lots of salts, it showed a speed of 0H/s
	- Fixed a bug in restore handling: user immediately aborting after restart broke the restore file
	- Fixed a bug in line counter: conditional jump or move depends on an uninitialised value
	- Fixed a bug in rule-engine for NVidia devices: code for left- and right-shift were switched
	- Fixed a bug in dive.rule: rules were not updated after the function 'x' was renamed to 'O'
	- Fixed a bug in memory allocation "OpenCL -4 error": used unitialized value in a special situation
	- Fixed a bug in memory handling: heap buffer overflow
	- Fixed a bug in memory handling: out of bounds access
	- Fixed a bug in implementation of DCC2: forced default iteration count for hashes to 10240
	- Fixed a bug in implementation of WPA/WPA2: MAC and nonce stay one their original position as in the hccap file
	- Fixed a bug in implementation of GOST R 34.11-94: zero length passwords were not cracked
	- Removed deprecated GCC version check requirement
	- Removed NPROCS from Makefile, let make automatically detect the optimal number of parallel threads
	- Dropped all C++ overloading functions to normal function which helps support more OpenCL platforms
	- Renamed functions in common.h to emphasize their purpose
	- Refactorized fast-hash kernels to enable SIMD on all OpenCL platforms
	- Refactorized SIMD handling: SIMD the inner-loop not the outer-loop to save registers
	- Workaround missing clEnqueueFillBuffer() support in certain OpenCL runtimes
	- Added amd_bytealign() support in non-AMD OpenCL runtimes
	- Added amd_bfe() support in non-AMD OpenCL runtimes
	- Added several macros to allow writing optimized code for the different OpenCL platforms
	- Replaced typedef for bool with stdbool.h
	- Added special DEBUG environment variables to the makefile
	- Hashcat now acquires an exclusive lock before writing to any file
	- Changed buffers to not use same buffer for both input and output at the same time with snprintf()
	- Check for allocatable device-memory depending on kernel_accel amplifier before trying to allocate
	- Added additional check for max. ESSID length to prevent possible crashes
	- Use a GCC equivalent for __stdcall where applicable
	- Synchronize maximum output line size with input line size
	- Increased maximum hash line size to 0x50000
	- Run weak-hash checks only in straight-attack mode, this greatly reduces code complexity
	- Restrict loopback option to straight attack-mode
	- Moved rules_optimize to hashcat-utils
	- Stick to older libOpenCL in binary package to avoid errors like this: version `OPENCL_2.0' not found
	- Tightened hash parser for several algorithms
	- Updated old RC4 code in Kerberos 5
	- Limited the salt length of Juniper Netscreen/SSG (ScreenOS) hashes to 10
	- Updated algorithm used to automatically select an ideal --scrypt-tmto value
	- Renamed option --gpu-accel to --kernel-accel
	- Renamed option --gpu-loops to --kernel-loops
	- Renamed option --gpu-devices to --opencl-devices
	- Added inline declaration to functions from simd.c, common.c, rp.c and types_ocl.c to increase performance
	- Dropped static declaration from functions in all kernel to achieve OpenCL 1.1 compatibility
	- Added -cl-std=CL1.1 to all kernel build options
	- Created environment variable to inform NVidia OpenCL runtime to not create its own kernel cache
	- Created environment variable to inform pocl OpenCL runtime to not create its own kernel cache
	- Dropped special 64-bit rotate() handling for NV, it seems that they've added it to their OpenCL runtime
	- Completely get rid of HAVE_ADL, HAVE_NVML and HAVE_NVAPI in sources
	- Replaced NVAPI with NVML on windows

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