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Sun, 10 Jan 2016 @ 03:31:55
Just check this out.
https://github.com/wpatoolkit/10HexGenerator
its all you would want as a 10 hex generator with rules
10 Hex Keyspace ReducerWhat's new Version 1.5 now includes a 10 hex key analyzer (10hex.html) than can perform indepth statistical analysis of known valids, faster piping speed and more keyspace reducing rules.
What is it? This is a small program written in C++ that will output all possible combinations of 10 hex digits while skipping over certain combinations it believes to be invalid. Only combinations which meet these criteria will be printed: • must contain 69 unique characters (can be expanded to 59 with the 5minuniques option) • must contain 48 numbers • must contain 26 letters • no 3 consecutive chars are sequential or reverse sequential (<10% occurrence rate) • no 3 consecutive chars are identical (<3% occurrence rate) • each character cannot appear more than 3 times (<5% occurrence rate) • the total difference between all chars cannot be less than 19 or greater than 79 Character 2 Traits • c2 is not equal to c1 (eliminates 68,719,476,736 combinations) (<1% occurrence rate) • c2 is not 15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c2 is not 14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) Character 3 Traits • c2 and c3 and c10 are not identical • c3 is not 15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c3 is not 13 to c2 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations) • c3 is not +15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c3 is not 15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c3 is not 14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c3 is not 13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations) • c3 is not +13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations) Character 4 Traits • when c1 equals c3, c4 is not equal to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • when c1 equals c3, c4 is not +1 to c2 (eliminates 4,026,531,840 combinations) • when c1 equals c3, c4 is not equal to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c4 is not 15 to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c4 is not 14 to c3 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c4 is not +14 to c3 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c4 is not +15 to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c4 is not +13 to c2 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations) • c4 is not +14 to c2 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c4 is not +15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c4 is not 15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) • c4 is not 14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c4 is not 13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations) • c4 is not +14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations) • c4 is not +15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations) Character 5 Traits • c5 is not +15 to c4 • c5 is not 15 to c3 • c5 is not +14 to c3 • c5 is not +15 to c3 • c5 is not 15 to c2 • c5 is not +13 to c2 • c5 is not +14 to c2 • c5 is not +15 to c2 • c5 is not 13 to c1 • c5 is not +13 to c1 • c5 is not +14 to c1 Character 6 Traits • when c3 equals c5, c4 does not equal c6 • c6 is not 15 to c5 • c6 is not 14 to c5 • c6 is not 13 to c5 • c6 is not +14 to c5 • c6 is not +15 to c5 • c6 is not 15 to c4 • c6 is not 14 to c4 • c6 is not 13 to c4 • c6 is not +14 to c4 • c6 is not 15 to c3 • c6 is not 14 to c3 • c6 is not 13 to c3 • c6 is not +15 to c3 • c6 is not 14 to c2 • c6 is not +13 to c2 • c6 is not +14 to c2 • c6 is not 15 to c1 • c6 is not 14 to c1 Without keyspace reducing rules there are 1,099,511,627,776 (16^10) combinations in the keyspace (~13,194 GB in wordlist form). Applying these rules brings it down to 564,561,702,612 combinations or 51.3% of the original keyspace (~6,775 GB in wordlist form). Using the risky parameter will bring it down even further to 367,647,332,933 or 33.4% of the keyspace (~4,412 GB in wordlist form) but with a slightly decreased chance of success. To compile on Windows (requires the Windows 7 SDK): cl /EHsc 10hex.cpp To compile on Linux: g++ 10hex.cpp o10hex Example usage:10hex  oclHashcat64 m 2500 CAP.hccap pipes its output into oclHashcat (AMD) 10hex  cudaHashcat64 m 2500 CAP.hccap pipes its output into cudaHashcat (NVIDIA) 10hex  aircrackng w  CAP.cap e SSID pipes its output into aircrackng ./10hex  pyrit r CAP.cap i attack_passthrough pipes its output into pyrit ParametersYou can optionally specify any of these parameters to further refine your output. risky Offers significant time savings but with a higher risk of failure by using tighter differentials (the total distance between characters). evenonly Will only output even numbers. oddonly Will only output odd numbers. random Will randomize its output while still maintaining rules. lower Forces all output to be lowercase (this is the default). upper Forces all output to be uppercase. len8 Only outputs 8length hex digits. len9 Only outputs 9length hex digits. no0 Ignores all combinations which have a 0 in them. no1 Ignores all combinations which have a 1 in them. no01 Ignores all combinations which have a 0 or a 1 in them. Xuniques Only outputs combinations which have X unique characters in them (typically 6, 7, 8 or 9). Xminuniques Only outputs combinations which have a minimum of X unique characters in them. startswithX Only outputs combinations which start with X (can be 0F). start X Start on combination X (i.e. start 100 will start on combo 100). stop X Stop on combination X (i.e. stop 200 will stop on combo 200).
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