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Author Topic: MD5 (non-salted) Password recovery  (Read 882 times)
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October 11, 2011, 05:55:02 PM

So for a few weeks I have a very fast machine, with >1 TB of md5 rainbow tables, sitting unused.. (end of a project).

Figured I'd put it to good use... If you have an MD5 hash you need cracked, paste it here, and I'll take a shot at cracking it for you. If I do, I'll PM you with the hash, and you can donate my way for the service.

Please make sure you're posting a VALID MD5, not a salted/etc one..

VALID Example: cd5b1e4947e304476c788cd474fb579a 

INVALID example : $1$lzzm0gnM$4KDhrD1NSPEzE2OpJbg1R1  (md5 unix salted)

Fire away!

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October 16, 2011, 04:32:51 PM

where did you get the 1TB table? i would be more interested in that....

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October 19, 2011, 01:56:15 PM

The 1TB table is actually available on a couple channels out there really.  It's a compilation of a couple tables really into one big one.  It's the table that the two big MD5 crack sites use.

Torrent is the place you find it most since no file hosting site will touch it ha ha ha

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