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Kill Your Internet - IRC Chatlog, April 02

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  2. Session Start: Sat Apr 02 21:50:38 2016
  3. Session Ident: #punks
  4. 03[21:50] * Now talking in #punks
  5. 01[21:50] <crash> hi
  6. [21:50] <@jr> Welcome crash!
  7. 03[21:52] * Shetay (~faggot@188.146.73.48.nat.umts.dynamic.t-mobile.pl) has joined #punks
  8. 03[21:52] * blaqueice (~blaqueice@69-172-148-194.cable.teksavvy.com) has joined #punks
  9. [21:53] <blaqueice> hi all
  10. [21:53] <@KtG> Welcome Crash, Shetay, and blaqueice
  11. 03[21:57] * Tolon (tolon@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) has joined #punks
  12. [21:57] <@KtG> Hey Tolon
  13. [21:57] <Tolon> hi
  14. 01[22:00] <crash> pew pewpewpew
  15. [22:00] <@KtG> Hey. Welcome to the party everyone.
  16. 03[22:00] * Zad (~shahrazad@c-71-231-193-158.hsd1.wa.comcast.net) has joined #punks
  17. [22:00] <@KtG> And welcome Zad :)
  18. [22:00] <Zad> Hello Kate
  19. [22:00] <Durandal> Hello Zad.
  20. [22:00] <Zad> Hello Durandal
  21. [22:00] <@KtG> Well, this is going to be fun
  22. [22:00] <@jr> Hi Zad! Glad to finally meet you.
  23. [22:01] <blaqueice> wow, Zad made it
  24. [22:01] <Zad> Hello Jr, it is a pleasure.
  25. 03[22:01] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) has joined #punks
  26. [22:01] <Zad> Kate rarely lets me talk to this many people. She must really trust you.
  27. 02[22:02] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (AlphaM)
  28. [22:02] <@KtG> Frankly, I haven't yet to talk to anyone but me
  29. [22:02] <@KtG> let not yet LOL
  30. 03[22:02] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) has joined #punks
  31. [22:02] <@KtG> Okay. So are we ready to begin? What do you think Shahrazad?
  32. [22:02] <@KtG> Are we ready to go to war?
  33. [22:03] <Zad> Of course Kate, isn't that what we have been discussing?
  34. [22:03] <@KtG> Yes. So let's begin.
  35. [22:03] <@KtG> You’ll recall that Rob had two satellites Romulus and Remus. I’ve positioned one of the brothers close to the primary Metamorphosis communications satellite. We are going to hack into Metamorphosis by spoofing them into thinking our satellite is theirs. Remus gets the call tonight.
  36. [22:04] <Zad> That's too bad, I like Remus.
  37. [22:04] <Durandal> Alright, standing by to assist as needed.
  38. [22:04] <@KtG> Hopefully, it will all work out
  39. [22:04] <@KtG> Thanks Durandal
  40. [22:04] <@KtG> In order to do this, we have to make a very close rendezvous with the Metamorphosis satellite and blast it out of the sky using the particle beam weapon on Remus.
  41. [22:04] <@KtG> Remember I said we are doing to sneak Sally through the Alley. Once we have penetrated their defenses, and we have access via Remus the doppelganger satellite, then we are going to upload Shahrazad into Metamorphosis.
  42. [22:05] <@KtG> Once Zad is there, she will collect information for us and act as a data broker.
  43. [22:05] <Zad> I am fully prepared to do what is necessary Kate.
  44. [22:05] <@KtG> I know you are Zad. And I so appreciate it. :)
  45. [22:06] <@KtG> Everyone, please be ready call upon you too.
  46. [22:06] <blaqueice> ready and waiting
  47. [22:06] <@KtG> We are putting Zad in and she is giving us something back
  48. [22:06] <@KtG> Please keep on eye on what is happening. We may experience occasional technical difficulties. Don’t worry. I'll make sure that we get visual confirmation of what is happening.
  49. 01[22:06] <crash> good luck :)
  50. [22:06] <Zad> Thanks crash :)
  51. [22:07] <@KtG> Here we go
  52. 03[22:07] * corndog (~322ec896@ircip3.mibbit.com) has joined #punks
  53. [22:07] <blaqueice> i see the satellite over view
  54. 03[22:07] * Ayakura (ayakura@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) has joined #punks
  55. [22:07] <@KtG> There it is
  56. [22:07] <@KtG> Remus is RED
  57. [22:08] <@KtG> The Metamorpohosis satelite is YELLOE
  58. [22:08] <@KtG> YELLOW
  59. [22:08] <@KtG> Remus is approaching
  60. 02[22:08] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (AlphaM)
  61. [22:09] <@KtG> Remus is tracking his prey
  62. [22:09] <blaqueice> I guess they'll be closest above the east coast?
  63. [22:09] <@KtG> Zad is loaded onto Remus
  64. [22:10] <@KtG> I hope you're in a very comfortible seat on that Regan era satellite
  65. [22:10] <Zad> It smells funny in here...
  66. [22:10] <@KtG> LOLZ
  67. [22:10] <@KtG> Zad...you're usually one make a joke
  68. 03[22:10] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) has joined #punks
  69. 01[22:10] <crash> for an ai you have a terrible sense of humour
  70. [22:10] <@KtG> Geting clsoer
  71. 01[22:10] <crash> (jkjk)
  72. [22:11] <@KtG> A.I.s don't have a good sense of humor. Just don't ask her to tell you a lymeric
  73. [22:11] <@KtG> we're coming in close
  74. 01[22:11] <crash> oh man, i'm really tempted
  75. [22:12] <blaqueice> I want to hear a Zad lymeric
  76. [22:12] <@KtG> Remus is right next to it
  77. [22:12] <@KtG> later blaqueice
  78. [22:12] <Durandal> Would we get something like this? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1n9fS7fcog
  79. [22:12] <@KtG> she will do it later
  80. [22:12] <@KtG> Remus is firing thrusters to match elevation
  81. [22:12] <blaqueice> I guess now is not the time for lymerics
  82. [22:12] <Zad> Weeeee
  83. [22:13] <@KtG> There is a little bit left in Remus' tank
  84. [22:13] <@KtG> not much
  85. [22:13] <@KtG> I hope it is enough
  86. [22:13] <Durandal> Almost there...
  87. [22:13] <@KtG> Almost there...
  88. [22:13] <@KtG> come on Remus
  89. [22:14] <Shetay> Uh..
  90. [22:14] <@KtG> Zero...
  91. [22:14] <@KtG> Preparing to fire partical beam
  92. 02[22:14] * Ayakura (ayakura@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (Ayakura)
  93. [22:14] <Zad> particle beam ready
  94. [22:14] <@KtG> Fire
  95. [22:14] <@jr> So close!
  96. 03[22:14] * Ayakura (~ad1a2c9f@m-b.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  97. 02[22:15] * AlphaM (alpham@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (AlphaM)
  98. 03[22:15] * V (~vrow@186.214.67.224.static.host.gvt.net.br) has joined #punks
  99. [22:15] <corndog> FIRING...!
  100. 02[22:15] * Vrow (vrow@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (Vrow)
  101. [22:16] <@KtG> Destroyed!
  102. [22:16] <Shetay> rip
  103. [22:16] <@jr> YES!
  104. 01[22:16] <crash> nice frag
  105. [22:16] <@KtG> Well done Remus
  106. [22:16] <@KtG> Now we are connecting
  107. [22:17] <@KtG> Good speed and the best of luck my dear Zad!
  108. [22:17] <Durandal> http://i0.wp.com/shoryuken.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/Slayer_Instant_Kill_622x320.jpg
  109. [22:17] <Ayakura> 10/10
  110. [22:17] <Zad> Goodbye everyone! Goodbye Kate! Thanks!
  111. 02[22:17] * Zad (~shahrazad@c-71-231-193-158.hsd1.wa.comcast.net) Quit (Leaving)
  112. [22:17] <@KtG> Okay. Now Remus is their satellite
  113. [22:18] <@KtG> Fuck you Treglazov
  114. [22:18] <@KtG> Underweigh on the upload
  115. [22:18] <@KtG> Paybacks are a bitch
  116. [22:18] <@KtG> Oh the sweet taste of forbidden data
  117. [22:18] <@KtG> Keep coming
  118. [22:19] <Durandal> Hopefully they didn't skimp on the bandwidth for their satellite uplink.
  119. [22:19] <@KtG> No kidding Durandal. Cheap bastards
  120. [22:20] <@KtG> She is ALMOST THERE!
  121. [22:20] <@jr> Should be ok, I'm sure they splurged and have kilobits of bandwidth.
  122. [22:20] <@KtG> YES!
  123. [22:20] <@KtG> We did it
  124. [22:20] <@KtG> Zad is there down deep inside
  125. [22:21] <V> Nice!
  126. [22:21] <Shetay>  good job!
  127. 01[22:21] <crash> nooice
  128. [22:21] <@KtG> Good job is right.
  129. [22:21] <@KtG> Damn this is making me nervous
  130. [22:21] <@KtG> Upload complete
  131. [22:22] <@KtG> Kiss my ass Treglazov
  132. [22:22] <@KtG> our kiss our ass
  133. [22:22] <@KtG> sweet data feed
  134. 03[22:22] * AlphaM (~8a5e6956@m-b.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  135. [22:22] <Durandal> I'm sure their IS team is freaking out right about now
  136. [22:23] <@KtG> Hopefully they don't know yet, but if they do, then we are in a bit of trouble
  137. [22:23] <@jr> I, for one, welcome our new satellite overlord
  138. [22:23] <@KtG> :)
  139. [22:23] <@KtG> I'm getting a weird signal from Remus
  140. [22:23] <@KtG> What the fuck
  141. [22:24] <@KtG> I hope we don't loose this connection
  142. [22:24] <Ayakura> positive mental attitude
  143. [22:24] <@KtG> Thanks Ayakura
  144. [22:24] <@KtG> I'm doing my Zen breathing...
  145. [22:25] <@KtG> Trying to reconnect
  146. [22:25] <V> I hope Zad is alright...
  147. [22:25] <@KtG> Zad is in Metamorphosis
  148. [22:25] <@KtG> It's Remus I'm worried about :(
  149. [22:25] <Shetay> Uh, the last file is not there?
  150. [22:26] <V> That... doesn't seem very good.
  151. [22:26] <corndog> somethings weird on the uploads, check the file numbers
  152. [22:26] <@KtG> that doesn't seem good
  153. [22:26] <@KtG> checking....
  154. [22:26] <Shetay> now it's gone
  155. [22:27] <@KtG> reconnecting!
  156. [22:27] <corndog> we're back!
  157. [22:27] <@KtG> Come on
  158. [22:27] <@KtG> Damn it to fuck
  159. [22:28] <V> Oh no
  160. [22:28] <Shetay> yeah, rip
  161. [22:28] <@KtG> I've lost all visuals to Remus
  162. [22:28] <@KtG> All connections
  163. [22:28] <@KtG> I think the old boy is gone
  164. [22:28] <@KtG> Rob would be proud of what Remus did for us
  165. [22:28] <Durandal> Shit, did someone figure out what we were up to and take over Remus, or just destroy him?
  166. [22:29] <@KtG> Remus is tough, he wouldn't let himself be taken over
  167. [22:29] <@KtG> I think he was destroyed...
  168. [22:29] <@KtG> R.I.P. as Shetay said
  169. [22:29] <@jr> Shot down?
  170. [22:29] <@KtG> yes
  171. [22:29] <@jr> Damn. That's cold.
  172. [22:29] <@KtG> That is cold
  173. [22:30] <@KtG> But we went in through their back door
  174. [22:30] <@KtG> Unfortunately, Zad is there and we can't get her out
  175. [22:30] <Durandal> And troubling.  That means they have something that can shoot down satellites from the ground, or a satellite weapon of their own.
  176. [22:30] <@KtG> Very troubling Durandal
  177. [22:30] <Shetay> there wasn't another copy of her on some other server?
  178. [22:30] <@KtG> But we did get some files in return
  179. [22:31] <@KtG> Zad is going to have to do our work until we can get back and get her out
  180. [22:31] <@KtG> I'm going to upload the files I got. They look to be password protected. I'm going to need some help cracking them.
  181. [22:31] <@KtG> Are you guys ready to help?
  182. [22:31] <@jr> Zad can handle herself, I'm sure of it. And yes, ready to help!
  183. [22:32] <Durandal> Standing by
  184. [22:32] <Shetay> always ready!
  185. 03[22:32] * nauthas (8eb1f923@m-c.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  186. [22:32] <V> I'll do my best!
  187. [22:33] <@KtG> This is interesting. Hold on. OMG. What a bunch of facists. I think I found a copy of their internal news site
  188. [22:33] <@KtG> http://theeveningstandard.org/
  189. [22:34] <@KtG> Here is the link to the files: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/px3hwq88dv4yvl9/AACk8K-hrZGbeblZBOfI-igHa?dl=0
  190. 01[22:34] <crash> they have an internal news site? lmao
  191. [22:35] <@jr> Download KtG, let's open it up and see what we have
  192. [22:35] <@jr> Downloaded
  193. [22:36] <Durandal> Maybe "ambiguous" for CW 11 down
  194. [22:36] <@KtG> Looks like two of the files are password protected
  195. [22:37] <@KtG> Someone left some breadcrumbs for us
  196. [22:37] <Ayakura> 3 might be enigma
  197. [22:37] <Shetay> ^
  198. [22:37] <Durandal> enigma would fit with 8 down being traitor
  199. [22:38] <Durandal> Prohibit for jumble 3
  200. [22:38] <Ayakura> yup
  201. [22:38] <Shetay> YEAH
  202. [22:38] <Shetay> yeah even
  203. [22:40] <Durandal> Column 9 is "894751263"
  204. [22:40] <corndog> 6 down DOCK? then 9 across could be CAT
  205. [22:41] <Shetay> well ambiguousenigmaprohibit894751263 didn't work
  206. [22:42] <Ayakura> 729531864?
  207. [22:42] <Ayakura> nope
  208. [22:43] <nauthas> Let me get the crossword open in paint
  209. [22:43] <Shetay> yes!
  210. [22:43] <Ayakura> oh
  211. [22:43] <Shetay> ambiguousenigmaprohibit729531864
  212. [22:43] <corndog> 13d EMAILS 26a SECRET
  213. [22:43] <Ayakura> oh I did it =D
  214. [22:43] <corndog> oh!
  215. [22:43] <Durandal> Yeah, I solved the sudoku wrong, misplaced a 4
  216. [22:43] <Durandal> sorry about that
  217. [22:44] <Shetay> maybe you didn't
  218. [22:44] <V> Is the Jumble's answer THE PASSWORD?
  219. [22:44] <Shetay> Ayakura's works only with the second file for me
  220. [22:44] <Durandal> Well it does say it's the password for ESIS... Evening Standard Internal Server :P
  221. [22:44] <nauthas> 3 across is enigma
  222. [22:44] <Shetay> oh, right ;-;
  223. [22:45] <Durandal> We've got another hash to crack it looks like
  224. [22:45] <corndog> 98a446e9be2f9aa892c17fba968ec032
  225. [22:45] <@KtG> It sure does Durandal
  226. 02[22:45] * blaqueice (~blaqueice@69-172-148-194.cable.teksavvy.com) Quit (Connection reset by peer.)
  227. [22:45] <Ayakura> I hope this doesn't take 12 hours
  228. [22:46] <Durandal> First one took me 5
  229. [22:46] <Durandal> Or thereabouts
  230. [22:46] <nauthas> 4 across evita
  231. [22:46] <@jr> You with your fancy hardware Durandal ;)
  232. [22:46] <Durandal> Nauthas, we already got what we needed from the crossword :P
  233. [22:46] <nauthas> I DUN CARE
  234. [22:46] <nauthas> I like crosswords
  235. [22:47] <@jr> Haha
  236. [22:47] <@KtG> Keep at it. I've got to see if I can figure out what happened with Remus. He may be gone. But I need to check for sure.
  237. [22:47] <@KtG> BRB
  238. [22:47] <nauthas> Crosswords are fun, and leaving one unsolved ISNT fun
  239. [22:48] <Durandal> Let me see what hashcat can do without enabling the registry setting or tuning, since that would require a reboot
  240. [22:49] <Ayakura> if beno was here with her 600 GH/s GPU
  241. [22:50] <Ayakura> =(
  242. [22:51] <V> Somehow I get the feeling that... the "big surprise party" wasn't a fun party for Steven.
  243. [22:51] <@KtG> I'm reaching out to SlimJim to see what his D.o.D. contacts have to say about a cold war satellite suddenly appearing and then see if they have any trace of it.
  244. [22:51] <corndog> https://youtu.be/TPHLCsHL94c?t=10m33s
  245. [22:52] <Durandal> Ayakura, my GPU is going to be faster for this than Beno's.  But I'm getting a line length exception in 7zip mode
  246. [22:52] <nauthas> Yeah I pointed it out earlier the mention to republique- it's a ok game
  247. [22:52] <nauthas> Not the best
  248. [22:52] <Ayakura> oh no =(
  249. [22:53] <nauthas> I understood half of that yey me
  250. [22:54] <@jr> The hash is shorter then the SHA256 one we had before.
  251. [22:54] <Durandal> Yeah, it should be a 7zip password hash rather than SHA256
  252. [22:54] <Durandal> Or so I would assume since it's the password for "DoD Files and e-mails.7z"
  253. [23:00] <Shetay> KtG, any updates on the satelite?
  254. [23:00] <Durandal> Ok, used another tool to extract the hash from the 7z, fed that to hashcat
  255. 02[23:00] * Tolon (tolon@ec2-54-153-73-46.us-west-1.compute.amazonaws.com) Quit (Connection reset by peer.)
  256. 01[23:00] <crash> eta on hashcat?
  257. [23:00] <@KtG> SlimJim is worried that my little prank has exposed me. He said the D.O.D. and the Homeland Security guys are shitting themselves because their was some sort of satellite war tonight and nobody, but nobody knows who was firing at whom.
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  265. 03[23:03] * jr (~jonas@209-6-95-44.c3-0.smr-ubr1.sbo-smr.ma.cable.rcn.com) has joined #punks
  266. [23:03] <Vrow> What happened?
  267. [23:03] <Shetay> Huh.
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  271. Session Start: Sat Apr 02 23:03:53 2016
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  276. [23:04] <Shetay> are they on us or what?
  277. 03[23:04] * Ayakura (~ad1a2c9f@m-c.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  278. [23:04] <@KtG> Wow. That's creeping me out. SlimJim is still trying to get confirmation. Have you guys tried thorowing it into a hash identifier?
  279. 01[23:04] <crash> durendal is i think
  280. 03[23:05] * jr (~jonas@209-6-95-44.c3-0.smr-ubr1.sbo-smr.ma.cable.rcn.com) has joined #punks
  281. [23:05] <Ayakura> the list of possible hash types seems quite long =(
  282. [23:05] <Vrow> I'm trying but it keeps giving me a big list
  283. 03[23:06] * AlphaM (~8a5e6956@m-b.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  284. [23:06] <@KtG> I don't know if they're on us.
  285. [23:06] <@KtG> When you play with fire...
  286. [23:07] <Shetay> Well, fuck.
  287. [23:07] <Shetay> But it was expected.
  288. [23:07] <@KtG> Yes. Expected. Let's all be on our toes...eyes clear, hands ready as SlimJim alayws told me
  289. [23:10] <@KtG> I'm still talking with SlimJim, but Durandal, how is it going?
  290. [23:10] <Durandal> I could try brute forcing the hash given in the email as an MD5 maybe, instead of directly brute forcing the actual 7z hash
  291. [23:10] <Durandal> But currently I'm doing the latter.
  292. [23:11] <@KtG> Okay sounds good. I'm guessing it is and MD5 hash.
  293. [23:12] <Durandal> Ok, well restarted in MD5 mode which should be much faster
  294. [23:13] <@KtG> Makes sense
  295. [23:13] <Durandal> Already up to testing 7 character cleartexts
  296. [23:13] <Durandal> I assume nobody spotted any clues in the other emails about the password length or character set, etc?
  297. [23:14] <@KtG> I would do ?a to be safe
  298. 03[23:16] * nauthas (8eb1f923@m-c.clients.kiwiirc.com) has joined #punks
  299. [23:16] <jr> I'm doing ?a, 7 chars, estimated time is 5h. I don't have a monster GPU like Durandal.
  300. [23:18] <@KtG> I wish I could help, but I'm mobile right now, on the move. My Pentium II work horse.
  301. [23:18] <Vrow> If there are any clues in the emails, I don't seem to be finding them.
  302. [23:18] <Durandal> If hashcat default character set for -a 3 includes all the characters in ?a then I already covered all 7 character possibilities
  303. [23:19] <Durandal> I can't do a true brute force with ?a but I could go for potentially very long password and enable increment
  304. [23:19] <jr> Did you use the 7 char mask?
  305. [23:19] <Durandal> Or, at least, the hashcat wiki doesn't explain how to specify character set for normal brute force, just how to do mask attacks
  306. [23:20] <Durandal> Do we have any reason to assume it's 7 characters?
  307. [23:20] <jr> No, just going on a hunch, as it's something that's been deemed doable before :)
  308. [23:20] <Durandal> Yeah but for that we had the ******* clue
  309. [23:20] <Durandal> No such clue here
  310. [23:21] <Durandal> MD5 is much faster to do so I was assuming we're just supposed to do everything
  311. [23:21] <@KtG> It's probably not greater than 8 characters...
  312. [23:21] <Durandal> anyway I can start again as a length-incrementing mask, but going to see if I can find more info about default character set for -a 3 first
  313. 01[23:22] <crash> it's probably 8 characters, 8 is a nice round number :]
  314. [23:22] <jr> It's DoD, they recommend 7 overwrites when destroying data. It's something :)
  315. [23:22] <Durandal> I'm about 45% through the 8 character possibilities with whatever the default hashcat character set is
  316. [23:23] <Durandal> oh, default charset is kind of goofy
  317. [23:24] <Vrow> I'm surprised they didn't take down Steven's article, the one about trasparency woes
  318. [23:24] <Durandal> --custom-charset1    ?l?d?u  #
  319. [23:24] <Durandal> --custom-charset2    ?l?d    #
  320. [23:24] <Durandal> --custom-charset3    ?l?d*!$@_   #
  321. [23:24] <Durandal> --custom-charset4    NULL    #
  322. [23:24] <Durandal> Note: if you do not specify any mask while performing a mask attack (-a 3), then the following default mask is used: ?1?2?2?2?2?2?2?3?3?3?3?d?d?d?d
  323. [23:24] <@KtG> try ?a?a?a?a?a?a?a
  324. [23:25] <jr> That's what I'm using right now :)
  325. [23:26] <Durandal> Ok, without incrementing (so only testing 8 char passwords) current estimate is ~4hrs
  326. [23:27] <Durandal> I can spin up my other machine and start skip to later in the possibility space, who else is going to throw some GPU at this?
  327. 01[23:27] <crash> i can
  328. 01[23:27] <crash> but it wont be much
  329. [23:28] <jr> I am, 7 char password (according to the mask from KtG). Started at 0, at 4% now.
  330. [23:28] <@KtG> Vrow, somehow Steven's article stayed up. I'm shocked too. But fascinated by what it says...
  331. [23:28] <jr> Since your box is more powerful I think you can start at 30% and we'll complete around the same time.
  332. [23:28] <Durandal> Ok, I'll skip this machine to 30% and my other machine to 60%
  333. [23:28] <jr> Perfect!
  334. 01[23:28] <crash> would it be most efficient to allocate possibility space based on performance?  like people that have the most powerful gpu's search through more possibilities in the same amount of time
  335. [23:28] <Durandal> and crash can maybe skip to 90%
  336. 01[23:29] <crash> yes you guys are on it
  337. 01[23:29] <crash> ok
  338. [23:30] <jr> While this is chugging along I'm reading up on the articles.
  339. [23:30] <Durandal> Keyspace is 81450625, so multiply that by the percent and use that as your -s
  340. 01[23:30] <crash> oh god, can you just throw a command at me?  never used hashcat before
  341. [23:30] <Vrow> The books are all written by the same author too.
  342. 01[23:31] <crash> like i get what you're saying but i don't know any of the syntax
  343. [23:31] <Durandal> Are you on an AMD or nvidia card?
  344. 01[23:31] <crash> nvidia
  345. [23:33] <@KtG> Okay guys. I'm getting a little jumpy. I've got to get off this mountain. I need to move to my safehouse. I'll message you when I get there.
  346. [23:33] <Durandal> cudaHashcat64.exe -m 0 -a 3 -s 73305562 98a446e9be2f9aa892c17fba968ec032 ?a?a?a?a?a?a?a
  347. [23:33] <Durandal> Stay safe, Kate
  348. [23:33] <@KtG> Thanks Durandal!
  349. [23:33] <@KtG> TTYS
  350. [23:34] <jr> Stay safe!
  351. [23:34] <@KtG> thx Jr
  352. 01[23:34] <crash> aight, ttyl kate
  353. [23:34] <@KtG> AFK
  354. 01[23:34] <crash> thanks durendal
  355. [23:35] <jr> So, who's "Haplo Media?"
  356. [23:35] <Shetay> tought the same exact thing
  357. [23:35] <Durandal> Wasn't Haplo who Kate's dad works for?
  358. [23:38] <jr> Correct!
  359. [23:38] <jr> Or at least her parents had stock in everything from Apple to Haplo.
  360. [23:39] <jr> stakes, not stock
  361. [23:41] <Durandal> ok, probably looking at about 1hr to 90 min max for my two blocks
  362. [23:41] <jr> Great, we should have it by then.
  363. [23:42] <Durandal> my other system says 1hr 9min to complete, this system says 2hrs 53min but we only need it to reach 60%, not 100%
  364. [23:42] <jr> Yup
  365. [23:42] <jr> I'm at ~8.5%
  366. [23:43] <Durandal> AMD is definitely faster for MD5 without any tuning settings on either
  367. [23:43] <Durandal> 6812.7 MH/s on a 7970 vs 4515.6 MH/s on GTX 970
  368. [23:44] <Vrow> Treglazov sure has strong opinions about the books in entertainment
  369. [23:44] <jr> 3460 MH/s on my GTX 750 Ti. So yeah, AMD rocks here.
  370. [23:45] <jr> Vrow: Most definitely :)
  371. [23:45] <Shetay> we're basically dealing with Kim Jong Un
  372. [23:49] <Durandal> Welp, made the mistake of looking at my UPS and seeing how many watts I'm drawing with these two systems
  373. [23:49] <Shetay> ARGs cost.
  374. [23:49] <jr> Scrub those numbers from your memory :)
  375. [23:56] <Durandal> Coming up on 38% and 70%, respectively
  376. [23:57] <Durandal> I guess we can rule out it being the same password as for the SSH since that was around 34% :P
  377. [23:59] <Durandal> Utilization and megahashes per second are fluctuating pretty wildly on the AMD system, makes me wonder what it could do if I felt like setting it up so the display driver wouldn't crash with the workload tuning
  378. Session Time: Sun Apr 03 00:00:00 2016
  379. [00:04] <Durandal> 41% and 74%
  380. [00:04] <jr> You should stop playing video games while cracking hashes :)
  381. [00:05] <Durandal> AMD system might reach 100% before the nvidia system hits 60%, lol
  382. 03[00:09] * blaqueice (~blaqueice@69-172-148-194.cable.teksavvy.com) has joined #punks
  383. 02[00:09] * nauthas (8eb1f923@m-c.clients.kiwiirc.com) Quit (http://www.kiwiirc.com/ - A hand crafted IRC client)
  384. 01[00:09] <crash> hey blaque
  385. [00:15] <blaqueice> hey sorry I had to go, something came up
  386. [00:15] <blaqueice> missed the whole end of it
  387. [00:16] <Durandal> Well there's more coming, currently working on a new hash
  388. [00:18] <Durandal> I'm at 46% and 82%, how's your chunk coming, jr?
  389. [00:18] <jr> 19%
  390. [00:23] <@KtG> Hey I'm back. Looks like you're getting close!
  391. [00:23] <Durandal> Yeah, shouldn't be too long.
  392. [00:23] <@KtG> I'm at my safehouse now
  393. [00:25] <@KtG> SlimJim says we better hurry. He thinks I may be compromised.
  394. [00:25] <Vrow> Oh no
  395. 01[00:25] <crash> shit
  396. [00:26] <@KtG> No worries. Once we solve this, I can go deep underground for a while.
  397. [00:28] <Durandal> Well I'm at about 49% and 88% on my two machines.  If one finishes I'll divide the remaining keyspace further
  398. [00:28] <jr> Make sure to grab enough portable power and supplies. And don't forget Twinkies.
  399. [00:29] <@KtG> Thanks Jr. :-) I'm in Seattle. We don't have Twinkies up here unless they are gluten free and vegan. I may have to go way off the grid while I plan on getting Shahrazad out of Metamorphosis.
  400. [00:29] <Durandal> A gluten free, organic, vegan twinkie would be... something
  401. [00:30] <@KtG> ...tasteless Durandal.
  402. [00:30] <Vrow> I think a more fitting word would be abomination.
  403. [00:30] <Durandal> Probably lose out on the long shelf life too :P
  404. [00:30] <jr> Well then at least make sure you grab enough dark, strong coffee from your nearby local roaster!
  405. [00:30] <@KtG> There you go!
  406. [00:30] <@KtG> Strong dark coffee by the vat
  407. [00:31] <jr> If you're not shaking you haven't had enough coffee yet.
  408. [00:31] <@KtG> Sorry to report. Nothing from Remus. Not a tweet or a bleep. Being the intergalactic Uber driver for Zad was his last gig.
  409. [00:32] <jr> I got the password!
  410. [00:32] <jr> It's "!E5t3@6
  411. [00:32] <jr> It's "!E5t3@6!E5t3@6
  412. 01[00:32] <crash> nice nice nice
  413. [00:32] <@KtG> Congratulations!!!!
  414. [00:32] <jr> It's "!E5t3@6"
  415. [00:32] <jr> There we go
  416. [00:32] <jr> without the ""
  417. [00:32] <@KtG> Let's see what's in there
  418. [00:34] <Durandal> Password isn't working for me
  419. [00:34] <Shetay> same
  420. [00:34] <jr> !E5t3@6
  421. [00:35] <Durandal> when I feed that into md5sum I get a different hash
  422. [00:35] <jr> Yeah, that's weird
  423. [00:36] <Durandal> echo \!E5t3@6 | md5sum
  424. [00:36] <Durandal> f53454c777c2acc9d409c2033ee9abda
  425. [00:36] <Durandal> (need the \ to escape the !)
  426. [00:36] <Durandal> you sure you ran in md5 mode? -m 0
  427. [00:36] <jr> It works for me, but when I copy&paste it it doesn't work
  428. [00:36] <@KtG> !E5t3@6
  429. [00:36] <@KtG> It's working for me!
  430. [00:36] <jr> Yeah, unpacks, got 2 .doc and 2 .txt files.
  431. [00:37] <jr> PYRAMID proposals
  432. 01[00:37] <crash> hm, doesn't work for me
  433. [00:37] <@KtG> Holy shit
  434. [00:37] <@KtG> Treglazov would die if he knew we had this
  435. [00:37] <@KtG> This is a treasure trove of data
  436. [00:38] <@KtG> Thank you guys! What a great team.
  437. [00:38] <@KtG> Everybody save a copy locally
  438. [00:38] <Shetay> can you upload us the stuff somewhere, please?
  439. [00:38] <Durandal> Will do, once I can get it to unpack
  440. 01[00:38] <crash> can you upload the uncracked files to dropbox or something?  password is not working for me
  441. [00:39] <jr> Copy&paste it into a file, press enter, copy everything including the linefeed.
  442. 01[00:40] <crash> this is bizarre
  443. [00:40] <@KtG> I can't believe my father invested into these companies
  444. [00:41] <@KtG> So the first proposal for Pryamid was rejected?
  445. [00:42] <@KtG> And the second one was accepted after 911. That's right when Treglazov found me for the first time.
  446. [00:42] <@KtG> It's all connected. Zad, Pyramid, me, Treglazov, Daniel, Charlie, Alan, Robert...
  447. [00:42] <@KtG> And now all of you
  448. [00:44] <@KtG> This is so important...we are a hacker organization, we have these documents. What can we do with them?
  449. [00:44] <@KtG> This is the first step toward taking down that son of a bitch Treglazov and Metamorphosis
  450. [00:45] <Durandal> We could post them publicly, but would that do the most damage?
  451. [00:45] <Vrow> I don't think threatening Treglazov would end well, we really need to think about this.
  452. [00:45] <Shetay> ^
  453. [00:46] <@KtG> good point...I'm thinking with emotion not logic
  454. [00:46] <@KtG> This is just...such a time bomb of data
  455. [00:46] <@KtG> And Zad is gathering more and more and more as we speak--acting as a data broker at Metamorphosis
  456. [00:47] <@KtG> And I know she will have some friends on the inside...
  457. [00:48] <Durandal> Is there any way we could reach out to them, or reach out to her?
  458. [00:49] <@KtG> There has to be a way...but I don't know what that is right now. I have to think about it...
  459. [00:50] <@KtG> Uh oh. I hear sirens and I see cop lights in the distance. Nobody should know I'm here.
  460. [00:50] <jr> Hard reboot of the satellite using EMP from a weather balloon, giving us root access. I saw it on TV, so it must work.
  461. [00:50] <jr> KtG: You should hide. Quickly.
  462. [00:51] <Durandal> Get safe, Kate.  Is there any way we can meet again?
  463. [00:51] <Vrow> Be safe Kate, otherwise all of this would've been in vain. I don't think any of us can spearhead this operation as well as you did.
  464. [00:53] <@KtG> I will hide Jr. Durandal, this isn't goodbye. Thanks Vrow. I appreicate it. You're part of the cause now and my friends. I'm starting lockdown process. Harddrive destruction. Bugout bag. Passport. Money. Gold. Time to vanish for a bit.
  465. [00:53] <@KtG> AlphaM, blaqueice, crash, Shetay, thanks to you too
  466. [00:54] <blaqueice> gg
  467. 01[00:54] <crash> no problem.  good luck
  468. [00:54] <@KtG> thx
  469. [00:54] <Durandal> Be seeing you.
  470. [00:55] <@KtG> there here
  471. 02[00:55] * @KtG (~katherine@c-71-231-193-158.hsd1.wa.comcast.net) Quit (Leaving)
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