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Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2005 11:24:15 +0100
From: Simon Marechal <>
Subject: Re: output tested hashes

thomas springer wrote:
>>Why do you think that would let you speed things up?  Precomputation?
>>It doesn't work like that.
> jup, precomputation, rainbowtables for the poor, if you like.
> i'd like to have a few million "standard"-hashes with fixed salts, eg.
> lm-hashes ready for lookup.

Then you really should use rainbowcrack, or ophcrack 
( which comes 
bundled with a rainbow table.

If you feel inclined to have a time/memory tradeoff, you should have an 
efficient one.

And if you really want to calculate hashes, i suggest you use something 
like a quick'n'dirty perl script, that will be slower but all in all i 
think it will save you a lot of time.

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