Passware Kit

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  1. On overheat GPU: Option to re-activate GPU automatically after xy minutes...

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  2. Please provide a universal binary of Passware Kit that runs natively on both Apple silicon and Intel-based Mac computers. This would allow Passware Kit to run natively on Apple's new M1 and M2 Macs, meaning improved performance and responsiveness.

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  3. Support for cracking cached Anydesk password hashes. Hashes of passwords (and salt) are stored in server.conf file in AppData folder tree. Passwords are believed to be in the form of a SHA256 hash of [the password with a NULL and the salt appended to the end of it]. There is a Twitter thread on this which may be helpful, located at https://twitter.com/cybergibbons/status/1525799615962185729

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  4. Instead of Passware only supporting NUMA group 0, give other NUMA groups the support. Granted that most people will be using consumer CPU's, but for some like myself using old Xeon server CPU's. Only half of the CPU is being utilized when being used in Passware, due to the design of the CPU architecture. If only half of the CPU is being used, then that means the other half is sitting doing nothing and that's leaving performance on the table. Instead, having the ability to fully utilize these NUMA groups, can allow older hardware to continue to be used.

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  5. 1 vote
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  6. NTLM passwords changed after this version and cannot be cracked with traditional tools, including Passware.

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  7. To make use of the most up to date server and cloud infrastructure, the Linux and Windows agents should be refactored to support a deployment as a Docker image.

    In such a containerization, the software will then be able to rapidly scale up and down (depending on the needed agent requirements for the cracking attempt) with software such as Kubernetes.

    Ideally, the Forensic Kit agent would also have features added to spin up agent instances (via Kubernetes as Docker images, or pure VM instances as images), to be able to utilize any required cloud provider that offers hosted GPUs (Azure…

    7 votes
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  8. Add password recovery on android images. For example "web site passwords, netword passwords, outlook passwords, user passwords, etc".

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  9. Add support for 2-factor authentification for iCloud backups

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  10. If we can do 2 different attack at the same time, we can use GPU's for hardware accelerated attacks and we can use CPU's for not hardware accelerated attacks. For example if we have a truecrypt file and a pdf file I want to use GPU's for truecrypt files and I want to use CPU's for pdf files. This could accelerate total access process.

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  11. I frequently have times when I have known passwords but these don't work on a file, but a variation does. I'd like to be able to give Passware the passwords I know (through text files, CSV, etc.) and have it generate attacks based on those. For example, if my known password is target123s, it would try target###?, and then target123s?, and then target123s?? (etc), and then all of these with a capital "T" on target, and an all caps "TARGET". On a recent case, I spent hours generating these attacks because of the variance of passwords the suspect used.

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  12. 7 votes
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  13. Given Passware's experience is decrypting passwords, and the need to protect data, it would be an ideal poacher turned gamekeeper situation, which could result in an excellent sophisticated product. Included would be high quality generated passwords, stored safely. This would not only protect password protected sites / log ons, but also protect the passwords them selves.

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  14. Having so much calculating power in our department unused on Mac Pros and iMacs...

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  15. Possible have the option to auto detect the RAID controller or to select from a list of RAID controllers.

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  16. I often run an OS X image and crack a user's PLIST then move to their keychain, then internet passwords, and often times run across .DMGs or other file which need to be cracked. Each of these actions create their own report. I find myself often re-titling the reports and later combining the data to one comprehensive report. It would be far more constructive and helpful if I could choose what to include in a comprehensive report.

    Maybe if there were check boxes or an "add to report" and "Complete report" feature this could be a viable option. It would…

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  17. Crack on-the-fly when downloading from internet or mail

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