OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User n3m0k54 wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-17
The only one file have password, others don't have it.
User email@example.com wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-14
what`s pass of crackme?
User Distro wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-12
Very good. Can the brute force length be increased over the current limit of 5 characters? My rating:4
User User your Head wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-11
Extract the Readme only which has no password, then you will know how to use this. Stupid people. My rating:5
User jonas savimbi wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-09
perfect..thge file crackme is for you to crack, a**holes
it's like a test-"file to crack" My rating:5
User Timo Reenpää /Helsinki user IN SPE! wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-01
Dear Sirs! I would LOVE to use cRARk but to my dismay it appears to be, after downloading, a RAR-file itself protected by a password!
If this isn't IRONY what is!?
So, the only obstacle to my being your ever-grateful servant is this password! Or am I being stupid or something?
Yours for ever (after disclosing the password)
firstname.lastname@example.org My rating:1
User email@example.com wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-06-01
I want password to see how it works :-) My rating:1
User What? wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-05-29
Wow its amazing yor file want password wow!
my rating: -5 My rating:1
User joro wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-05-28
Can me somebody help? I know, that my password is a combination of letters of two words. For example - password is combination of letters of words: "hello" and "world". In password is the letter "l" 3 times - no 2 times, no 4 times. And letter "h" is in password only once. In password can be used lower-case and upper-case letters. Password has length: sum length of both words - in our example - 5+5=10. Password is for example: "hWoelrLodl" How must I configure parameters for cRARk to find a password? Thank you. My rating:3
User Ronyn wrote about ver. 3.1b 2008-05-23
Ok found the possibilty.
Now the next Problem: is it possible to store only the found password in a txt-file? My rating:5