Hash Manager – Recovering passwords to hashes

The software is designed for recovering passwords to hashes, and it features the following:

  • Supports over 330 hashing algorithms.
  • Contains over 50 additional utilities for handling hashes, passwords, and dictionaries.
  • Unlimited loadable hashes, dictionaries, rules, and masks.
  • Multithreading.
  • 64 bits.
  • Maximum optimization for working with large hash lists.
  • Maximum optimization for working with dictionaries.
  • Optimization for newest CPU.
  • Hashing modules as stand-alone DLL files.
  • Convenient control over operation using command files.
  • HEX user names and salts.
  • Recovery of Unicode passwords.
  • And much more.


Changelog:

Version 1.1.
– Added the hybrid attack (AttackMode=4).
– Added new hashing module: PBKDF2 SHA-256(2) – Some bugs fixed.

Version 1.1.1.
– Significantly speeded up all modules using the SHA-1 algorithm.

Version 1.1.2.
– Added new hashing modules:
sha256(md5($pass).$salt)
sha256(sha1($pass).$salt)
PBKDF2 SHA-256(3)

– Added new tools:
ValidateRules
IsOutputFile
RemoveLines

Version 1.1.3.
– Added new hashing modules:
substr(sha1($pass),0,38)
SHA-1(Linkedin)
PBKDF2 JIRA
Blake-224
Blake-256
Blake-384
Blake-512
md5(md5(md5($pass)).$salt)

– Added new PBKDF2 hashing modules.
– Added 14 hashing modules with no specific information where exactly they are used, so we called them Custom(x).dll

Version 1.1.4.
In the new version:
– Added new hashing modules:
Panama
MD4(Round 1)
BlackBerry ES v10
MongoDB(1)
MongoDB(2)

– Added new tools:
ReverseLines
SwapBytes
HexToBin
BinToHex

CalculateChecksum – supports CRC-64, MD5, and SHA-1.
– Added new dictionary: “Top10000.dic”.

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