As you know we think that oclHashcat is one of the best password crackers available and along with Hashcat and John The Ripper are pretty much the only password crackers we use at this point. Earlier someone asked me to crack some OpenLDAP hashes which come in SHA and SSHA format and the below example includes only the OpenLDAP SHA format hashes.
Cisco devices running the Cisco IOS have three types of ways to display passwords in the device configuration which include Type 0, Type 5, and Type 7. Below we describe all three methods of storing passwords in the Cisco IOS device configuration and how to obtain the password from each method either by simply reading the password, by quickly converting the password from the Cisco defined encryption algorithm, or by cracking MD5 UNIX password hashes.
Opening your Xbox 360 is fairly easy however you will need the proper tools and to make sure that you don’t lose any of the parts during process. Below I have listed the necessary tools and all of the steps necessary to open up your Xbox 360 to either upgrade any parts such as the fans or to fix some of the known problems that occur on the Xbox 360 yourself.
oclHashcat64.bin: /usr/lib64/libOpenCL.so: no version information available (required by ./oclHashcat64.bin)
I have been working on a project using oclHashcat this afternoon and started to look into an error that has existed on a development server where we use oclHashcat for quite some time. After some digging around I am confident that regardless of the error existing there is not an issue but I wanted to post an article related to the error in case anyone else looked for a resolution to the error. Below is information on the libOpenCL.so error and my thoughts regarding the error.
Today I was doing some testing with OpenCL and needed to install ATI Stream for one of the tests I was performing but I ran into an error during the compile process. The error related to glu.h which was not found during the compile process using make. Below I describe the error in more detail as well as what was done to resolve the error and make the glu.h file available on the server.