2012-10-07 15:10:52 - ClouDecrypt - Online Password Auditing
ClouDecrypt is now open to the public!
Price: $10 Per Upload
- Double MD5
- Crypt MD5 ($1$) Unix
- Crypt SHA512 ($6$) Unix
2012-08-26 20:43:43 - oclHashcat with 4 x AMD HD7970
We recently stabilized our latest GPGPU hardware running 4 x AMD HD7970.
The benchmark can be found here.
Per our usual hardware progression, we have stabilized 4 of the GPUs in parallel,
and will soon install 4 more GPUs and run 8 x AMD HD7970 per server.
In other news, we've taken the website for GPUHashCracking.com offline.
We aren't abandoning the project, we are simply re-branding it: ClouDecrypt.
2012-04-15 19:36:55 - TMTO[dot]ORG MD5 API
After a long time of having an open API for the MD5 TMTO databases we've decided to close it off.
The abuse was becoming rampant with over 30,000 bogus queries a day, and I simply don't have the
extra time to keep tabs on it (all my attention has been focused on gpuhashcracking.com).
From now on, you'll have to use the web interface. I apologize for any inconvience this may cause.
2011-06-08 10:55:21 - Fresh Benchmarks
I've been running some extensive benchmarks for the Hashcat applications. The testing server is running 3 x HD6990 GPU cards, with core speeds bumped up to 880MHz from 830Mhz.
Here are the benchmark results.
2011-05-02 20:28:25 - New GPU Password Cracking Box
The new GPU cracking server is up and running. It's running 4 x HD6990 GPU cards, with core speeds bumped up to 880MHz from 830Mhz.
I have run a bunch of burn in tests and now it is running in full production mode. Here is a benchmark.
Running oclHashcat-lite against a single MD5, it runs at an amazing 45.7G/s.
That is 45,700,000,000 (45.7 billion) tries per second. I can check the 8 length (printable) key space (95^8) in 36 hours.
2011-03-26 15:27:11 - New GPU Password Cracking Box
I recently acquired a new server that is capable of supporting 8 GPU cards. I installed 4 x XFX Radeon HD 5970 GPU Cards.
Each card has two, yes two GPU cores, so in essence this box already contains 8 GPUs. I am waiting for the processor to
arrive and then I'll start benchmarking. This box can support 4 more cards, so we'll see how far I can push it. Right now
I believe there is a driver limitation that prevents more that 8 GPU cores from being recognized. If that pans out to be
true, then I'll just have to wait to add more cards. Here is a picture
of the latest addition to the TMTO[dot]ORG cracking cluster. Going live in the near future!
2011-03-21 11:44:56 - API Usage
The following IPs need to update their connector for the Search API. I spent some time going through
the logs and noting which IPs were using old queries, etc. If this just so happens to be your IP,
DO NOT FEAR. You are not banned; I simply blocked the queries until you update your site to use the
Search API correctly. Please e-mail me (jason[at]tmto[dot]org) and I'll unblock your IP(s). Thanks!
2011-03-12 22:42:09 - Epiphany Update
Epiphany has been updated by adding oclHashcat+ (v0.3) to the cycle of attack vectors. oclHashcat+ utilizes many unique rulesets combined the dictionary attacks and has increased the cracking success percentage by 9%. I'm excited by how effective and fast oclHashcat(+) has become over the past months.
2011-01-27 15:33:36 - Epiphany Results
You can now download the "cracked" and "retired" hashes from Epiphany, and the "words" from Saunter: Epiphany -> Downloads
2010-12-31 12:07:17 - Top Weighted Results
You can now view the top 100 passwords and their relative weights: Top Weighted Results
2010-12-13 21:00:48 - Raw Distribution Data
I've decided to make the raw distribution data from Intellect available to the public: Raw Distribution Data
2010-11-18 11:13:16 - Hardware Upgrades
Some routine infrastructre upgrades took place over the past two evenings:
The web server's RAM was upgraded to 16GB (from 8GB)
I installed two brand new eVGA NVIDIA GTX580's in the CUDA based password cracking part of Epiphany.
This increased the permutation rate substantially (+15% perfomance gain) over the pair of GTX480's that were
2010-11-18 10:55:48 - Remodeling Complete!
I'm going to try and keep this brief by just listing all the updates:
- New website - obviously
- New web server
- New cluster servers for running the MPI enabled version of John the Ripper part of Epiphany
- New cluster workstation for running the GPU accelerated part of Epiphany - Yes, I added GPU cracking to Epiphany
- I've dropped support for SHA-1, NTLM, and LM hashes until everything stabilizes