Hashcat driver problem / WPA2
I tried to start Hashcat from a system booted with BT5r3(64) with the following steps:
The 4way handshake was captured with SpoonWPA.
# wpaclean <out.cap> <in.cap>
# aircrack-ng <in.cap> -J <out.hccap>
PivilegeEscalation > PasswordAttack > OfflineAtt > Hascat-gui > hashcat-gui32.bin (enter)
But the following error-message appears in a shell:
./cudaHashcat-plus64.bin: error while loading shared libraries. libcuda.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Is there a way to apt-get(?) update a system booted with BT5r3 in order to have a working cudaHashcat-plus64 environment?
Thank you very much in advance for any feedback!
The 32 Bit-version and the 64Bit-version of Hashcat do behave the same
Re: Hashcat driver problem / WPA2
Did you install the CUDA and nVidia driver yet? If not, please follow this tutorial for the installation.
Originally Posted by john99