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Date: Fri, 22 Oct 2021 10:38:21 +0000
From: "Duijvenbode,Pieter P.E. van" <>
To: "" <>
Subject: Supported FPGA board for John the Ripper in 2021

Hello john-users,

Currently I am doing my bachelors on cyber security and found this article on using John the Ripper on a FPGA to crack bcrypt hashes more efficiently. Here's the specific article:
The board used here was the ZTEX 1.15y. Now it happens that this board is pretty old and almost impossible to find for purchase nowadays.

My question here is, what newer FPGA boards are supported by John the Ripper? Are there any recommended boards? Or is this not supported at all?

With kind regards


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