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This article details how to use tools designed to crack SHA-1 hashes to crack encrypted passwords in the Apache configuration files on a Linux platform. The article provides guidelines on how to learn about encryption algorithms and get help with exploit development.
This article details a hashcat command line interface and how to use it to crack passwords from a common website configuration file on a Linux platform. The article also covers the importance of operating system and hardware mitigations.
According to the Hackernoon article above, this is known as the Salt. The Salt varies with every attempt, which is why the username and password combination is also called a salted hash. The Salt prevents the same password from repeatedly being cracked, allowing other attributes of the password to be entered, which is known as salting the hash.
In this particular case, the author attempts to crack a hash from Apache’s Common Log Format configuration file. The initial attempt is made on a Slackware Linux 13.2 platform running Apache 2.4.6 using the VICTOR 3.0 hashcat utility.
SDC: [00:20:26] Yeah, um, some people think it’s bad, some people think that it’s good, some people think that it’s high in the harm because cocaine powder is being re-turned back into the heroin.
And at the same time, the amount that cocaine was costing — I had 150 schools of product up the beginning of the year. By the time school was over, I was selling about 2,000 to 3,000 grams. It was incredible, because the school was almost 50 pieces of product on a 12 piece.
So, I created this formula. It came from changing all the cocaine I made into this gel. And it actually took off like a rocket. When I first got it up to $35, it went to, I mean, it was unprecedented because normally the highest it ever was was like $35,000. And then it went to a million, and then it went to 15 and then it went to 20. And it just took off from there. It’s off the charts. It’s just like, I mean, it’s amazing. So what I have is a sticky note on the hood. Put your names on it.
The real deal was, the product I was buying was cocaine, and he wasn’t paying me the full retail value. So what I did — not only did I pay him back, I gave him more because my company wasn’t paying me the full retail value. And he gave me a demo. And it was $31,000. And then another DEA agent pulls in. Now, you’ve got two DEA agents. I had two customers. They’re looking at me. Looking at me like, You sold us a lot of crack for $31,000. They’d say, That’s a hundred and fifty of this. But I didn’t worry. I wasn’t sweating it. I was happy, you know, happy that I had a customer, because it didn’t matter. I couldn’t have sold that much just within those two months. But he sold a lot, you know. I did the math in my head, you know, if I sold that much in two months, I would have had a quarter of a million in two months. Two hundred dollars a day. And that’s not even counting the pound a week I bought for $3000 or $4,000. That’s a four-month season. It’s a lot of money. And that’s the one thing, you know, that motivates me, is when I decided to start growing my own, to be independent. Because, eventually, a man’s going to get behind those people you’re selling to, whether it’s a police department or a club or a person, and he’s going to be hiding, waiting for you to make your next mistake.