Spartain X Posted November 17, 2006 Share Posted November 17, 2006 Hi I am going to soon be generating a set of rainbow table for my own use that I can burn to a DVD where I waste the least amount of space and have a full set of tables. I would download the rainbow tables from the Shmoo Group, but I have bandwidth limitations and I have a two computer doing nothing. I have been using Winrtgen from oxid.it to calculate the best configuration to generate a set of rainbow table which can crack alpha-numeric-space LM hashes with space and have found that the following configuration works best and crack all (100%): Hash: LM Character set: alpha-numeric-space Min Length: 1 Max Length: 7 Chain Length: 5500 Chain Count: 8000000 Table: 36 I was wondering if it's of any use setting a index value, Iâ€™m going to be generation these tables over 2 computer (both have 2 cores) I was going to give each core a set of tables to generate say from 00 to 08, the next core from 09 to 17 ... and finally the last core from 26 to 35. I just want to know if this is wise or should set a index for each batch of rainbow table the processor is making e.g. like give one core's rtgen process a index of 0 and generate from 00 to 08 and for the next core give it a index of 1 and generate from 00 to 00 to 08 etc, would this work or is my first configuration better Thanks Spartain x :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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