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#1 Noxanarc

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Posted 21 September 2010 - 10:20 AM

hashparty is a platform for hackers that need help cracking password hashes (since they can be pretty nasty sometimes). It takes a collaborative approach: When you help others cracking their hashes you get a number of credits which depends on the complexity of the plaintext and the "age" of the hash. For each credit you can add a hash to the public list where other hackers will try to crack it for you. You get 5 startup credits on registration. hashparty is hosted anonymously and is reachable via i2p, TOR or an inproxy to one of these networks (addresses see below).

By now, supported algorithms are: LM, MD2, MD4, MD5, MYSQL-SHA1, NTLM, RIPEMD, SHA1, SHA224, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512. More might be added in the future.

You can reach hashparty via http://d5suj6tasymv6...qj3qlha.b32.i2p [i2p] or http://3terbsb5mmmdyhse.onion [TOR]. You could also use an inproxy to visit the site via the normal internet (unencrypted, non-anonymous): http://hashparty.i2p.to
I recommend using i2p since it is faster and much more reliable than TOR, check out http://www.i2p2.de (multilingual) for more information.


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#2 Noxanarc

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Posted 04 October 2010 - 03:51 AM

I've added a download section containing files related to hash/password cracking. I also improved site performance, using inline images in order to reduce the number of needed requests. In advance to the i2p-inproxy (http://hashparty.i2p.to/) you can also use the TOR-inproxy at http://3terbsb5mmmdyhse.tor2web.com/.

Even though it isn't directly reachable via the normal Internet, the site is growing continuously. I would still like to see some more hash submitions so that people who just want to test their cracking skills have a great pool of hashes of different algorithms. Don't hesitate to post hashes that you believe uncrackable - someone might just have the right tools to prove they are not!

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Posted 08 January 2011 - 07:27 PM

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Edited by ONEBADASSMF, 08 January 2011 - 08:13 PM.





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