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accepted hashcat hash type, convert sha256 binary to hex
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comment hashcat hash type, convert sha256 binary to hex
im assuming this means you can get a 32 character sha256 hash ?
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comment hashcat hash type, convert sha256 binary to hex
I thought it was 64 character also - however I read this comment that I linked earlier Encoding options for SHA256's 256 bits: Base64: 6 bits per char = CHAR(43) Hex: 4 bits per char = CHAR(64) Binary: 8 bits per byte = BINARY(32)
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comment hashcat hash type, convert sha256 binary to hex
Sure, after I post it can you delete it however?
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comment Wireshark decode base64
for what its worth, I ended up having to use scapy to do what I was looking to do - and it worked.
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comment Wireshark decode base64
I respect your ability to flag this question as off topic, but i disagree with the reasoning as to why this was done. "This is a question for Wireshark. They have community forums" If this was the bench mark, then the majority of quesitons asked would receive an answer of just a redirect to the official or community based forms for the subject at hand. Ask a question about metasploit -- redirect to rapid7. Ask a question about aircrack, redirect to community forms for aircrack. ad in·fi·ni·tum
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comment Trying to figure out Gmail login in Wireshark
If im not mistaken Max you are referring to the need to do a SSL strip.
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revised Which Wifi encryption method is secure?
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comment Which Wifi encryption method is secure?
@pier Wifi protected setup arstechnica.com/business/2012/01/…
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comment Which Wifi encryption method is secure?
a strong password, over an open wifi connection while not ussing SSL doesnt do anyone any good. Nor does using a strong password on a website that stores the password in an unencrypted database or text file that is chmodded to 755