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I need an EXPERT MD5 etc HASH decrypter willing to pay

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  1. hushpapa

    hushpapa Junior Member

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    I need an expert hash code decrypter with good experience on decoding hash code i won't accept online hash cracker coz they are useless add me on skype thanks


    SKYPE: jeoffrey.rodriguez1

    PS: I NEED EXPERT ONLY
     
  2. blackhatgalaxy

    blackhatgalaxy BANNED BANNED

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    Added you on skype :)
     
  3. handmadebots

    handmadebots Senior Member

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    Also, added you on skype.
     
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    JFoulds Power Member

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    MD5 hashes cannot be 'decrypted'. Anyone who claims to be able to find you the unencrypted text 100% is lying.
     
  5. GiorgioB

    GiorgioB Supreme Member

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    Again this thread? who's website are you so eager to hack?
     
  6. handmadebots

    handmadebots Senior Member

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    That's not true. MD5 hashes can be cracked.

    But he is not going to crack this one, cause he is offering $1-$3, so ... good luck :)
     
  7. JFoulds

    JFoulds Power Member

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    Cracked != Decrypted
     
  8. Ste Fishkin

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    MD5 can be reversed, its very very easy.

    however most MD5 hashes are 'salted' and this in effect adds extra characters to the password before its hashed, unless you know these characters you will not crack it, chance of you knowing the characters = less than 0.1%

    A lot of hashes are even hashed twice with two salts like this

    (password ((MD5 + salt)MD5 + salt))

    They are very very very hard to crack, good luck.
     
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    handmadebots Senior Member

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    Are you sure ? Cause I'm not sure :)
     
  10. closedCaption

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    Listen do this guy, people. However, if you got this hash from forum, it is usually not salted.

     
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    I've cracked some salts before with a database of potential salts, but yea straight MD5 is simple. I'll take a look though always like a challenge.
     
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    download rainbow tables and try with tool like passwordpro ......, btw i read funny comments ....
     
  13. JFoulds

    JFoulds Power Member

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    What the hell are you two smoking?
    Don't pay any attention to them. 'Reversing' an MD5 is mathematically impossible.
     
  14. Ste Fishkin

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    MD5 is a PHP function (i think?) and is completely opensource, you can look exactly how its done and reverse it just my rearranging the code they wrote into the function MD5 on its own is shit, hence they add the salt.

    Google for MD5 cracker - there are loads of websites that let you decode pure MD5

    As for "forums don't normally add a salt" yes they do.

    Infact I am not aware of a forum/CMS worth its weight that does not salt+MD5. You may as well just store passwords as plain text.

    adding salt is so easy its not worth not doing.
     
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    MD5 is a cryptographic hash function. It has nothing to do with PHP.

    Mathematically impossible.

    'MD5' is not shit, the reason the salt is added is because it makes brute-forcing passwords 'en masse' using rainbow tables a lot statistically harder.

    As I've said already, cracking != decoding.

    Not really sure where you got that from, I never said it.


    MD5 reversal is mathematically impossible. I'm an internationally publisher computer security researcher. You're a moron.

    That is all.
     
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    Any website that claims it can crack md5 is just matching the string to an existing database of already submitted hashes. Or they are running rainbow tables on the hash.

    The encryption of MD5 cannot simply be reversed, MD5 encryption is one way.
     
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    Bunch of idiots. MD5 is a one-way hashing algorithm. One way. You cannot reverse it. It is lossy. If you could easily reverse it, then all you would need to do is make an md5 hash of games and then you got gigabytes of information in a 32 character string... The only way to "recover" a value hashed (not encrypted) by MD5 is to do a birthday attack on it. Essentially just using the MD5 algorithm a bunch of times until the string you know and put in creates the same MD5 hash that you don't know the value of. There is no other way.

    Again, MD5 is a hashing algorithm. Not an encryption algorithm. Once its converted, the original information is destroyed.



    Ste_hughes:
    Do me a favor. Use the two sites you listed. In the first put in this string:
    "When a customer completes an order with a Merchant who has been deemed eligible to display the badge on their website, the customer will be offered the opportunity on the order confirmation page to have their order protected by Google. This protection helps ensure a great shopping experience for customers. In the unlikely event that a customer is unable to resolve an order issue with a participating store, they can ask Google to help resolve the issue. Google will work with you to make sure the customer is satisfied."

    Then try to use your second site. It does not work. The reason is because the second site uses a precomputed list of hashes (a rainbow table) and then tries to match them. I think the largest rainbow table is currently around 18 characters which equates to ~200-400 gigs...
     
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  19. JFoulds

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    Glad to see not the entirety of BHW are idiots :)
     
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  20. John_SE

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    Nice Zapdos for the explanation