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Re: commerical rainbow crack?
From: Max Valdez <maxvalde () fis unam mx>
Date: Mon, 22 Mar 2004 12:17:22 -0600

john is your best bet

Just trow at it all the boxes you have on hand.

Get good dictionaries if you think it's a "normal" word.

Max
On Monday 22 March 2004 10:51 am, Richard Stevens wrote:
I have an md5 hash I need to crack, left john the ripper on it for a few
days without success and gave up.

Are there any commercial organisations that have a huge rainbow crack table
(or similar) that anyone knows of?; I have a feeling this may be a very
complex password.

or even better, someone who wants to test theirs for free :)


Regards

Richard

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