OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User Ben wrote about ver. 3.1c 2009-02-03
29 pages of idiot comments. Idiots everywhere! ... tell them you need no password and they still ask for password .. idiots! My rating:4
User Grandmaster wrote about ver. 3.1c 2009-01-30
It's with a password
Can you say it to me??
211 848 923 My rating:1
User sashi wrote about ver. 3.1c 2009-01-01
there should be some documentation on how to use the software....
User Silverwolf wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-30
How does one run a .exe file from the command line?
User Trustyce wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-30
I don't understand how to use the program...
I've followed the explanations step by step but i don't understand what to do with :
crark -pcrackme.def crark31.rar
where can i put it ???
what can i do with that ??? My rating:1
User Puge wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-28
so great ! My rating:3
User nic wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-27
goood My rating:5
User prasad wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-27
iam testing on p3, p4, dual core systems
User benzencool wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-22
thank u so mutch i use ur application & it's works just fine gr8 work it took me some time to figure it out but it is worth trying i don't know if people tryed to read manuals or not or at least read other wise people because once it is done all make sens.
thank again and keep the good deeds.
I am using vista sp1 Intel core 2 Duo processor T7500(2.2 GHZ 800 MHZ FSB 4 MB L2 cache) My rating:5
User Kronzky wrote about ver. 3.1c 2008-12-13
Takes some work to figure out, but definitely worth it!
Here's a quick intro, for those that can't bear to read manuals:
(You can ignore the passworded file that's included - it's just for testing)
Create a definition file (e.g. TST.DEF), with the following lines:
This will test any password with lowercase letters.
If you replace "$a" with "[$a $A $1]" it will test any combination of lower- & uppercase letters, as well as digits.
(For other options, you'll have to read the manual...)
Then call it via "crark -pTST.DEF YOURFILE.RAR".
If the header is encrypted (you can't even *see* the files inside the rar file without the right password), use crark-hp instead of crark.