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Waffle

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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 @ 05:20:47

This offers new rule handling. -r is the traditional rule (simple concatenated rules, if using multiple rule files, with auto-de-duping).
-R allows you to create "dot-product" rules when using more than one rule file. Each line of a new rule file is appended to all lines of every previous rule.
This allows you much more complex rules to be built from simple starting rule files. -r and -R can be mixed and matched as you like. Maximum length of a rule is 10,240 characters.

You can now use -m to indicate the hash types, separated by commas if you want more than one algorithm - this makes transitioning from Hashcat easier. For example, to run a MD5 and SHA1 list:

mdxfind -f input.txt -m 0,100 /dict/newdict.txt > found.res

MDXfind now supported Power8 on a Linux LPAR (no AIX yet, but that will be coming). This allows use of your spare mainframe cycles...

MDXfind now runs on x86 systems in 64 and 32 bit Linux, and Windows systems.
x86 on FreeBSD (64 bit) from FreeBSD 8 on.
ARM 6 (like a Raspberry PI)
ARM 7 (like a Raspberry PI3, or ODROID)
ARM 8 (Firefly, for example)
Power8 (Linux on LPAR).

Available on hashes.org, as always. Enjoy!


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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 @ 07:01:48

Thanks ! will try now.


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Thu, 19 Oct 2017 @ 07:40:48

Great!

As allways!


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