(I know this has been asked many times, but either the community answers "there's no way! just get the software, now you can get it, is really cheap blà blà blà" or "PM me I give you a cracked version", but both don't help me as a reader :)))) )
Hi, Sorry, i have a PC not a mac. I have the Traktor controler S4. I have windows 10. I have also a Traktor F1 machine. When i playe songs or samples a smal noice crack is to here on my speakers. When i play a song with the media player it works OK.
After gaining access to a root account, the next order of business is using that power to do something more significant. If the user passwords on the system can be obtained and cracked, an attacker can use them to pivot to other machines if the login is the same across systems. There are two tried-and-true password cracking tools that can accomplish this: John the Ripper and Hashcat.
John the Ripper is a popular password cracking tool that supports many common hash types as well as a useful autodetect feature. It has been around for a while now, and as such, it continues to be one of the strongest and easiest to use crackers available.
We can see that John detects the type of hash used as md5crypt, also known as aix-smd5, and after a bit of time, it completes the session successfully. Now we can use the --show flag to display the cracked passwords that John successfully recovered:
After the username in the first field, we can now see the cleartext password in the second field. It tells us that six out of seven password hashes were cracked; Depending on the hardware being used, the wordlist that's supplied, and the length and complexity of the passwords, various levels of success will be achieved.
The next tool that we will look at is Hashcat. This is an extremely powerful hash-cracking tool with a ton of features and both CPU-based and GPU-based versions available. As of Hashcat v3.00, the CPU and GPU tools were merged, with the CPU-only version becoming Hashcat-legacy.
The prevalence of cloud technologies and distributed computing brings a whole new angle to password cracking. Most of the time, hackers are running a virtual machine, laptop, or at best, a powerful desktop computer, but many online services utilize dedicated servers and resources for cracking hashes. Sites such as CrackStation, Online Hash Crack, and MD5/Sha1 Hash Cracker offer the convenience of password cracking right from the browser. None of these seemed to support the md5crypt hashes that we had, but it's easy to find support for many common hash formats such as MD5, SHA1, and LM.
One last quick note: If you can't find the right hash format online, or even if you just want to possibly save some time, it certainly doesn't hurt to consult Google. Sometimes if you just search for the exact hash you are trying to crack, you can get results. Chances are if it's a default or common password, or if it's a hash that's been cracked before, you can find it in the search results. A quick Google search could end up saving you a lot of time and effort.
In this series, we learned how to use Metasploit to compromise a web server and get a low-level shell, used a kernel exploit to perform local privilege escalation and gain root-level access, and cracked some password hashes using John the Ripper and Hashcat. A lot of times, a system can be owned using this exact same process, only with different exploits and attack vectors. Now that you have some more tools and techniques under your belts, get out there and practice away. Happy hacking!
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dietmar Findeisen studierte Allgemeinen Maschinenbau an der TH Hannover, 1974 Promotion, 1984 Habilitation für das Fachgebiet Schwingungsmaschinen, 1989 apl. Professur an der TU Berlin. Er leitete bis März 2000 die Fachgruppe Wissenschaftlicher Gerätebau in der Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM) in Berlin. Seine Forschungsgebiete umfassen die Systemtheorie und Schwingungstechnik, die komplexe Leistungstheorie sowie die hydrostatische Leistungsübertragung (Ölhydraulik). Von 1976 bis 2002 Lehrtätigkeit an der TU Berlin Elemente des Schwingungsmaschinenbaus und Hydraulik und Pneumatik.
Large scale structures often fail due to cracks that start developing on a micro scale. The microstructure in the vicinity of a propagating crack has a significant influence on the propagation behavior. Due to the localization effect, in the vicinity of a propagating crack front homogenization methods based on the representative volume element concept usually fail since the representativeness of the volume element is lost. Thus, it is necessary to apply multiscale techniques that are capable of handling localization phenomena.
Here we present an adaptive multiscale projection method that can capture the influence of the microstructure on the crack propagation within a large scale structure correctly. The microstructure itself is modeled explicitly only on the fine scale. Its effects however are projected onto the coarse scale. The microscale domain is adapted to the domain of influence of the microstructure on the propagation of a macrocrack. In case of multiple fine scale domains, each domain can be simulated independently and in parallel. Thus the multiscale technique allows for the efficient and accurate simulation of general fine scale fracture processes. Microstructural effects such as crack shielding and crack amplification in two and three dimensions are reflected correctly. In order to further improve the accuracy of the simulation, the modified XFEM technique is employed in two and three dimensions. Different aspects of that extension of the XFEM in the context of three dimensions as well as the multiscale technique are addressed. The effects of finite deformations in two and three dimensions are investigated. Examples are shown for brittle material behavior and small as well as finite deformations. 2b1af7f3a8