I have a ton of hashed texts and their decrypted or de-hashed forms (I don't know which term is suitable in this case) via bcrypt. The thing I want to learn is how they are decrypted.
For example, the second text after the first colon is the
salt and the last one is their plain versions.
$2y$12$./BuBOjyTdqysbY1eR7TC.pXlt7ySJW6PKlrfEw9CjnfD3tMHU2v.:lmnsqF0X:lol1234 $2y$12$./gIYLjuH5FborFLHJqT/e3oZ7DgXCfQyfYhjMURDxhW4zek1MHlG:UGMEYL0I:tomek2929 $2y$12$./mcc9eqh8tjRTWDcqkW0OLY6E./taB9gWc7Oz7NzzTibtgEO17Tu:ZFNgWoa5:Greenydon15
As far as I get,
12 is the number of rounds.