OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User mme wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-04-10
Very nice...bring it
User Andrew wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-04-09
PLEASE HELP! crark.exe will not open. Every time I click on it the cmd promtp comes up and then dissappears just as fast. I am using Windows 7 and even setting it to run with XP will not work. please tell me what is wrong....
User wonk wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-04-07
if u all confuses by the password, just hit cancel, then the rest of the files will extracted except one file (the one that being passworded)
for the visual tutorial how to use the program just visit here ******/9771447
reminder : tutorial using ubuntu not windows, just make a little change in the command mode then u all set to crack the password
User manoj wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-03-30
I have given this rating in reverse manner that
password for a password cracker My rating:5
User Dr.Death wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-03-18
Thanks man. My rating:5
User ghost wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-03-11
yeah buullshiiiit program My rating:1
User me myself & i wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-03-07
User Paulo Calipari wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-03-05
I finally unpacked a very large file with a very long password.
Command line is fine with me.
User blabla wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-02-18
WTF, this must be a joke, password for a password cracker... HAHAHAH!
User email@example.com wrote about ver. 3.2d 2010-02-18
If you're on Mac OS X you'll need to install the CUDA toolkit (the driver doesn't install libcudart.dylib).
You'll also find that the drivers are installed in /usr/local/cuda/ so crark wont' find them there. I chose to "cd /usr/local/lib ; ln -s /usr/local/cuda/lib/* ." i.e. create soft-links for all of the libraries. crark then runs without issue.