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How to install and run clinfo app in Devuan linux?

Installation of clinfo app is very simple, just run:

$ sudo apt-get install clinfo


Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree       
Reading state information... Done
The following NEW packages will be installed:
0 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 26 not upgraded.
Need to get 33.5 kB of archives.
After this operation, 105 kB of additional disk space will be used.
Get:1 http://deb.devuan.org//merged ascii/main amd64 clinfo amd64 [33.5 kB]
Fetched 33.5 kB in 2s (15.7 kB/s)
Selecting previously unselected package clinfo.
(Reading database ... 107931 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack .../clinfo_2. ...
Unpacking clinfo ( ...
Setting up clinfo ( ...
Processing triggers for man-db ( ...

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Written by Administrator on Thursday May 7, 2020

Is it possible to crack a password hashed with sha256 with hashcat? [with screenshots]

SHA256 algorithm was invented to generate 256-bit (or 32-byte) hash. They write it will take you several years to crack it. It's true, but there're cases you can brute-force it (for example, with hashcat tool). At least you can try. In this article I'm using openSUSE Linux distro and openCL framework drivers for my NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Mobile graphic card.

Here's an example, how to crack SHA256-hashed password in several minutes using haschat tool.

Let's take a hash of a password, stored in pass.hash file:

$ cat pass.hash

SHA256 password hash

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Written by Administrator on Wednesday May 6, 2020

How to list running services in Devuan Linux (OpenRC)

As you know, Devuan Linux is using a little bit different init system, than other Linux distros. OpenRC is a service manager is a dependency-based init system that works with the system-provided init program.

To list all running services, just run a following command:

$ rc-status

my output:

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 5, 2020

How to install tinyproxy on Devuan Linux

Tinyproxy is famous for being light-weight HTTP/HTTPS proxy daemon for POSIX operating systems. It's small and fast application and it is an ideal solution for systems with restricted resources.

Installation is very easy and fast. Just run a following command in terminall:

$ sudo apt-get install tinyproxy

That's all!

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 5, 2020

How to brute-force .hccapx file using hashcat (Brute-force attack) in openSUSE Linux [with screenshots]

Once you have captured WPA handshake and you've got .cap file, you have to convert given .cap file to .hccapx file format in order to brute force it. There're a lot of approaches, how to successfully crack wi-fi passwords. You never know, what is the structure of a password a surely you won't have enough equipment to crack a long password. In my case I'm trying to brute-force a password supposing it's only 8 digits long, because I know exactly, that the owner of a modem is using a model, which has by default only 8-digits password.

Yes, there's a possibility, that he configured his wi-fi modem manually and changed a password for more secure one, but there's also a chance he's just using it "as is". My computer will crack 8-digits long password in several minutes and I'm going to try to do it. In case I'm not successful, I will think about using dictionaries, because cracking even 8 character long password (digits, letters, capitals, special symbols) will take me years to crack.

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 5, 2020

How to convert .cap into .hccapx using cap2hccapx in openSUSE Linux

First of all you have to install cap2hccapx application on you computer. cap2hccapx is one of the utilities of hashcat-utils tools. Once you got it and you've grabbed .cap file, you just run a following command:

$ sudo ./cap2hccapx.bin /home/dima/hs/HUAWEIE5372F9EE_E2-19-1D-82-F9-EF.cap /home/dima/hs/HUAWEI_5372.hccapx

All you need is cap2hccapx app and .cap file.

Resut of running above mentioned command:

convert .cap to .hccapx in openSUSE Linux

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Written by Administrator on Tuesday May 5, 2020