A linux based high performance DEScrypt CPU cracker written in c++, it deduces the salt and uses a password list to crack hashes.
Why not use a rainbow table?
DEScrypt uses by default a two byte salt(comprised of characters [a-zA-Z0-9./] ) which would mean that you would need to produce roughly 65,536 unique rainbow tables, as a result its more efficient to use collision cracking to find out the unhashed password.
- Ability to crack hashes both from a file and individually
- Detects CPU cores
- Adjustable number of threads
- Colon-separated output file
- Clear readable display
- Average hash rate of 22,000/s with the default 10 threads
-l= File Location of HashList
-i= Individual Hash
-w= File Location of Wordlist
-o= File Location of Output File
-t= Number of Threads(Default is 10)
To Compile: g++ -std=c++11 src/main.cpp -pthread -pcrypt -o DEScrypt
 - http://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man3/crypt.3.html