Extreme GPU Bruteforcer is a professional solution for the recovery of passwords from hashes using GPU. The application supports hashes of the following types: MySQL, MySQL5, DES(Unix), MD4, MD5, MD5(Unix), MD5(APR), MD5(phpBB3), MD5(Wordpress), LM, NTLM, SHA-1 and plenty of others. On modern graphics cards from NVIDIA that support the CUDA know-how, the application demonstrates outstanding operation speed. For example, an average assault speed on NVIDIA GTS250 is 420 million passwords per second for MD5 hashes, 700 million passwords per second for MySQL hashes and 550 million passwords per second for NTLM hashes. The solution implements several unique assaults, including mask and dictionary assaults, which permit recovering even the strongest passwords brilliantly quick. Utilizing the power of multiple graphics cards jogging simultaneously (supports up to 32 GPU), the application allows reaching fabulous search speeds of billions of passwords per second!
The number of salted hashes the application can handle simultaneously: 800; the number of unsalted hashes: limitless.
To launch the program, pass the following command-line parameters to it:
one. Name of the INI file with assault settings. This parameter is not mandatory, since by default each EXE module makes use of the INI file with the name identical to the module name (for example, "MD5.exe" will use settings from the "MD5.ini" file available in the program setup file). However, you can generate several INI files with different assault parameters and feed them to the program after another.
two. Name of the text file with hashes. The format of hash lines to be observed: "one line = hash". The program setup file includes evaluation files with hash samples. This parameter is mandatory.