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fantasy04

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Thu, 31 Oct 2019 @ 12:26:50

Hello,

Anyone know or could help out, what type of hashes are these?

Format: email:password

3YkgVIWHBbYy+Xjcqtjw8e1GYKnRW+IcprC3P/rh7DU=:6zswjkW0U30=
iHOQ9NbxFYZ7QsfGF0gCESGDV2mNMdYgzL8oHOXAjQI=:E/ZUvVryv8A=
4mgv4p/SQHuQo5wVFDBqTqawtz/64ew1:gfKPzvVPNv+tIaEAve2/RQ==
8mNFgqyUE3UEj3PDjioysg0tCnavMwN3:HDjFpQ08mHI=
oxt5daGS+LbfmDcFfvfY2qawtz/64ew1:4VBlO9zTwFA=
vDx1T2pMewSR9onymK+iv8Wdg4oWpQtf:KkZulfrpDK0=
xwciZ/M0oAYfnqH9rFQDWp2hAUsL2X7A:AwzZawpVjKo=
oSNWquTS5F3gCjU9VsNeoYyx7tmSRey8h0R8AN6Z/XTitx2ZpPAutQ==:UgIPXbShgPVHMkoOxOp2cw==
mPGR14idEZkuIAVksNfzbA==:mPGR14idEZkWvvkGft79uQ==
iVadizn1yXP7cGY0ofRzbdZZy6wP5Z9K7WaFyKmBP9w=:KYumZAyuCr61yp4wfuJNFQ==
M/I+VQgSvsRGicJX25lIMLG/CoGbNHdz:wuxAznZyxo8=
DYDkgNM8METGO05NURsTgvRMIvESIFk4:M+SDkbIjesE=
k6SKB0bXKgZolLTJNWLGxbYBr+utFtbb:DnpETxG/iDo=
sHqFc6CYYUDLpotsacWhnqGHj248EfL1:tH/U1NTu9iQ=
n85UrO8tS1unTCcVms22mDIM6vaU3sqi4rcdmaTwLrU=:niwytRjc5aitIaEAve2/RQ==
WmT/S9CboSRLuTPEtbnifJBSqamT0CUbXbWOCDgpRah+Z6OCu7VHYfRMIvESIFk4:R9S7EydZR/HI+7Hv6uXMtA==
U6fb12obXV4HKmz1yDq85zp0rDiQiUOifQtNGrFfHVI=:iJO2MnLcNvhM9ts/hw1YJQ==

Please help,


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Thu, 31 Oct 2019 @ 14:14:12

These are not hashes.

The variable data length points in the direction of a block cipher.
qawtz/64ew1 is used twice at the end of a email. base64 decode it is a6b0b73ffae1ec35.
Because of the above I assume it's either DES or 3DES in ECB mode.


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Thu, 31 Oct 2019 @ 14:31:30

So is there anyway to decrypt it? I mean if it's some kind of DES - is there any option in hashcat or mdxfind to try?


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Thu, 31 Oct 2019 @ 15:15:47

Yes if you find the key you can decrypt it. DES and 3DES is supported in hashcat as known plaintext attack. You will need a plaintext:ciphertext pair to make it work.
Also to bruteforce every possible DES key you[re looking at around 24 days on one GTX 2080. 3DES you won't finish in your lifetime.



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