TheRaver Posted March 25, 2012 Share Posted March 25, 2012 Hi All, little background. I am running an AMD 1055T Overclocked to 3.6Ghz at highest speed Ive lowered this down as I am running a WPA crack using pyrit & crunch. My pc AMD clockspeed about 3.4GHZ six cores I am also using CUDA on an Nvidia GTX260 (this is quite an old card I had lying around) 8Gig Ram Backtrack 5r1 fully patched working with cuda. I also have a linux server box well webserver as well which just sits there all day not doing much. This is a 3Ghz Dual core AMD 2gig Ram 1TB harddisk no special card or other bits. What I would like to do is run "./crunch 10 10 -f charset.lst lalpha-numeric -i -d 1 -s abababababab -u | pyrit -i - -r mywpa.cap - mywifi attack_passthrough" This command will bruteforce to pyrit starting from abababababab All well and good as its running this now on my BT box I am getting aprox 14000PMKs I would like to shift some of the load onto my other linux box I know it can be done with pyrit but if I want to do this will I have to generate a 32Pbyte wordlist then import that into pyrit then I can attack that using multipule machines or is it possible to do this using the command i have with crunch? Many thanks. To give you an idea of what I have tried ... I ran a vm on my windows machine running Backtrack 5 I then run crunch with the above command but created a 50gig file once this was completed I compressed this file using gzip then tar'd it to make it smaller the resulting zipped size was about 10-11gig It got to the stage where I couldnt zip up my files fast enough.... I had some serious fun in the beginning crunch filled a 3TB eternal harddrive in just over a day it was amazing I came home expecting the drive to have been about half full but it just gobbled up 3TBs way cool... Anyway if anyone has any ideas So you are aware I have the 4 way handshake I captured this using airodump-ng I also verified this using pyrit and checked in wireshark for the EAPOL(i might have that wrong) So again 2 machines I would like to spread the load so to speak :) Thanks all.... The Raver Live long and prosper :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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