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comment How is it possible to parallelize a hashing function to crack an iteratively hashed password?
Sure, but by the time the first hash reaches its 5000th iteration, the second hash is in its 4999th, the third hash in its 4998th, etc. In the 5001st iteration, the second hash is in its 5000th iteration and I have its correct output, in addition to the first hash's. Right?
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comment How is it possible to parallelize a hashing function to crack an iteratively hashed password?
@Thomas How so? Can't I just feed one hash per unit of time?
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answered decrypt AES without whole key
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answered How is it possible to parallelize a hashing function to crack an iteratively hashed password?
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comment How is it possible to parallelize a hashing function to crack an iteratively hashed password?
Yes, I've seen this closely related question: crypto.stackexchange.com/questions/959/…
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