OpenCL support for both NVIDIA and AMD GPU's, newest CPU (including Sandy Bridge and Bulldozer) support.
User Bottlenick wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-10-07
plese send me the password
User x666x wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-10-01
what is the password .rar ? My rating:3
User YURI wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-10-01
I keep using unrarX to decompress the files, but a password prompts, what is it?
User f wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-09-30
thank you ... My rating:5
User elecho wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-09-24
I tried it and it works perfect. The most important is the configuration that can be given to the brute force attack. They are endless. Easy installation. Easy management GUI in windows. For the definition file settings, you have to read the manual very well and more than once.
Lo probé y funciona perfecto. Lo más importante es la configuración que se puede dar al ataque con fuerza bruta. Son infinitas. Fácil instalación. Fácil manejo de la interface gráfica en windows. Para al configuración del archivo de definición, hay que leer el manual muy bien y varias veces. My rating:5
User topson wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-09-19
what is this password to Decompress
User Mexxxi wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-09-08
*** My rating:5
User J wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-09-06
I have a problem about GPU support.
It looks like that cRARk found the GPU, but could not create CUDA context.
I'm using CUDA 5.0 driver and Tesla K20c.
linux OS is Ubuntu 11.10.
Can you help me ?
Below is error message:
cRARk-HP (Encrypted Headers) CUDA enabled v. 3.43 Freeware
Copyright 1995-2001, 2006-12 by P. Semjanov, ***www.***
(c) PSW-soft Password Cracking Library PCL v. 2.0d by P. Semjanov
CUDA device Tesla K20c found, 706 Mhz, CUDA cores = 2496, GPU rate = 6.67
cuCtxCreate() failed: Invalid device
User Andy wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-08-28
It worked for me - the password turned out to be simple, but I could not have done it without this software.
Very nice My rating:5
User Dareka wrote about ver. 3.4b 2013-07-18
you do not have to enter password. Just ignore it.