hashtopolis v0.8 released: A Hashcat wrapper for distributed hashcracking
Hashtopolis is a multi-platform client-server tool for distributing hashcat tasks to multiple computers. The main goals for Hashtopolis’s development are portability, robustness, multi-user support, and multiple groups management. The application has two parts:
- Agent Multiple clients (C#, Python), easily customizable to suit any need.
- Server several PHP/CSS files operating on two endpoints: an Admin GUI and an Agent Connection Point
Aiming for high usability even on restricted networks, Hashtopolis communicates over HTTP(S) using a human-readable, hashing-specific dialect of JSON.
The server part runs on PHP using MySQL as the database backend. It is vital that your MySQL server is configured with performance in mind. Queries can be very expensive and proper configuration makes the difference between a few milliseconds of waiting and disastrous multi-second lags. The database schema heavily profits from indexing. Therefore, if you see a hint about pre-sorting your hashlist, please do so.
The web admin interface is the single point of access for all client agents. New agent deployments require a one-time password generated in the New Agent tab. This reduces the risk of leaking hashes or files to rogue or fake agents.
- Easy and comfortable to use
- Accessible from anywhere via web interface
- Server component highly compatible with common web hosting setups
- Unattended agents
- File management for word lists, rules, …
- Self-updating of both Hashtopolis and Hashcat
- Cracking multiple hashlists of the same hash type as though they were a single hashlist
- Running the same client on Windows, Linux and OS X
- Files and hashes marked as “secret” are only distributed to agents marked as “trusted”
- Many data import and export options
- Rich statistics on hashes and running tasks
- Visual representation of chunk distribution
- Multi-user support
- User permission levels
- Various notification types
- Small and/or CPU-only tasks
- Group assignment for agents and users for fine-grained access-control
- Compatible with crackers supporting certain flags
- The server can store sent debug output from Hashcat sent by the agent.
- Files now also are associated to an Access Group to control the visibility of files.
- Agent data about device temperature and util is collected and can be viewed on the server.
- Notes can be added to tasks
- Static chunking (if for some reasone a fixed number of chunks or static chunk size should be used for a task)
- The server can provide a list of deleted filenames to the agent when he asks for.
- Tasks can now be copied to preconfigured tasks and preconfigured tasks can also be copied to preconfigured tasks.
- A test framework was added to run automated tests on Travis.
- To make sure rules are applied before rejecting, piping can be enforced.
- Added Notification type for Slack.
- Task attack commands can be changed after creation, e.g. to fix typos
- Switch between tasks and archived ones is easier
- Archived tasks can be deleted at once
- Task priority can now be set directly in the task creation form.
- New task creation page now also shows the other file type.
- New file creation with the user API now takes the right file type.
- Vouchers are tested for uniqueness on creation to avoid duplicated ones.
- Disabling rule splitting when having a prince task.
- Fixed non-working secret checkbox for hashlists.
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