Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 14:10:44 -0300 From: Claudio André <claudioandre.br@...il.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Fwd: Re: [john-users] Help on SHA-512 [Forwarded] Hi I'm working on OpenCL SHA-512 on John . My code has some problem (see output below). Seems i'm failing on one small detail (and the devil lives on the details). Half of it works is fine, half not. If someone knows enough about SHA-512 and kindly can help i really appreciate. The final result is going to be submitted, so your are helping John community/users. Thanks  Based on CUDA source code. ----- <= To understand the problem see 4 lines below => get 0ed2b0c2 b4792499 f7ff4b6e c8509501 c035a626 57a20048 055c8f4e c8b694ec (My code) bin 0ed2b0c2 20739878 b4792499 3c2f10d7 f7ff4b6e f0d2839b c8509501 7893aa85 (Correct) <= Put some spaces to see where the problem is => get 8c351f20 1a6f3e1e f5f9e393 894d3156 78015d38 4188231c 399e2234 9d26cfba bin 8c351f20 cf8e55f5 1a6f3e1e e1830f2e f5f9e393 1aea1781 894d3156 65548937 (Correct) get 39d6dfcd d1336b26 a16746e2 c493cdc5 ff76a2d6 de5ca2f3 b944b3b1 359226fd bin 39d6dfcd af305970 d1336b26 bdfdd35e a16746e2 f1850847 c493cdc5 1f864cde (Correct) ----- PS 1: i'm using an AMD opencl extension. You can delete line: #pragma OPENCL EXTENSION cl_amd_printf : enable PS 2: if you have problems in cryptsha512.cl (because of) remove line: #include "opencl_cryptsha512.h" PS 3: and copy the included content to cryptsha512.cl file. PS #: if you like to help but have problems on opencl stuff, please ask. PS *: header attached (my fault). -------- Mensagem original -------- Assunto: Re: [john-users] Help on SHA-512 Data: Sat, 10 Mar 2012 20:10:13 +0400 De: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> Responder a: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Para: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Hi Claudio, On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 12:56:38PM -0300, Claudio Andr? wrote: > I'm working on OpenCL SHA-512 on John . My code has some problem (see > output below). Seems i'm failing on one small detail (and the devil > lives on the details). Half of it works is fine, half not. > > If someone knows enough about SHA-512 and kindly can help i really > appreciate. > > The final result is going to be submitted, so your are helping John > community/users. Sounds great, but you need to include your code and post to john-dev. Please do. Thank you! I admit that there's a small chance that someone on john-users who is not also on john-dev will happen to recognize the pattern without even having seen the code, but this is a john-dev topic. Thanks again, Alexander Content of type "text/html" skipped View attachment "diff" of type "text/plain" (35950 bytes)
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