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    yeah its not letting me change the speed as soon as I press apply it resets back to normal :s

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    Try the auto change feature under 3D. If that doesnt work I can show you how to do it with nvclock in a shell provided you know the speeds you want.

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    something is buggy check this out dont know if Im missing something.
    It looks like the nvidia driver is like the old Windows driver that wouldnt let you oveclock, everything you try will just end up on reseting my clocks back to normal, I have Safe oveclocking in windows at 600 gpu 470
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    Code:
    -- General info --
    Card:           nVidia Geforce 8600M GS
    Architecture:   G86 A2
    PCI id:         0x425
    GPU clock:      540.000 MHz
    Bustype:        PCI-Express
    
    -- Shader info --
    Clock: 1188.000 MHz
    Stream units: 16 (1b)
    ROP units: 8 (1b)
    -- Memory info --
    Amount:         256 MB
    Type:           128 bit DDR2
    Clock:          399.600 MHz
    
    -- PCI-Express info --
    Current Rate:   16X
    Maximum rate:   16X
    
    -- Sensor info --
    Sensor: GPU Internal Sensor
    GPU temperature: 68C
    
    root@bt:~# nvclock 0s
    root@bt:~# nvclock -s
    Card:           nVidia Geforce 8600M GS
    Card number:    1
    Memory clock:   399.600 MHz
    GPU clock:      540.000 MHz
    
    root@bt:~# nvclock -f -n 600
    Requested core clock:           600.000 MHz
    
    Adjusted low-level clocks on a nVidia Geforce 8600M GS
    Memory clock:   399.600 MHz
    GPU clock:      540.000 MHz
    
    root@bt:~# nvclock -f -m 470
    Requested memory clock:         470.000 MHz
    blaat: 470 0x8063728 1
    
    Adjusted low-level clocks on a nVidia Geforce 8600M GS
    Memory clock:   399.600 MHz
    GPU clock:      540.000 MHz
    
    root@bt:~#

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    With out a card to test i'm not sure what else I can suggest except maybe asking the guys on the #nvclock irc channel on the freenode network. They helped fix my nvclock which broke after I added waterblocks to my card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    With out a card to test i'm not sure what else I can suggest except maybe asking the guys on the #nvclock irc channel on the freenode network. They helped fix my nvclock which broke after I added waterblocks to my card.

    That thing is water cooled too!! My old Dell gx240 is looking older and crappier every day.
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    If I go shop for a new nvidia card what should I get (something cheap)?

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    Hi

    Is there any way to select an interface in Pyrit ? useful with 2 or 3 GPU on multiple sessions.


    By the since Pyrit doesn't accelerate the crack for Cowpatty and airolib-ng, they depend on the CPU.

    For example with a Cowpatty table of 2 millions pass :

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    airolib-ng temp --import cowpatty hash

    airolib-ng temp --stats


    #copy the number of password and divide it by the number of core your CPU has. in our case 2 000 000 / 4 = 500 000"

    #Copy X time you temp file by the number of core like this : temp1, temp2, ...

    sqlite3 temp1

    .DELETE FROM PASSWD WHERE (id >=501000)

    exit

    sqlite3 temp2

    .DELETE FROM PASSWD WHERE (id <=500000)
    .DELETE FROM PASSWD WHERE (id >=1000001)

    exit


    #etc ...

    #once done

    airolib-ng temp1 --export cowpatty "ESSID" hash1
    airolib-ng temp2 --export cowpatty "ESSID" hash2

    etc...

    #the last thing to do is to open multiple console, depend on you number of core. and to type this commande

    cowpatty -d hashx -r any.cap -s ESSID

    #x stand for the table number

    ---------------------------------------------------------------

    With my config Q6600 et 3.11 Ghz and a normal crack with a table

    136 000 pass/sec, not bad...

    But with my technique :

    520 000 pass/sec !!!


    its work for every processor, from low-end dual core to a high and bi CPU Xeon 6 core


    Sorry guys i have screenshots but i cannot post it right now >>> forum rules

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    does anybody know if this works
    my access point is called hack this AP
    now when I go -e hack this AP create_essid it doesn't work
    when I go -e hack_this_AP create_essid it works
    now this was late last night so I was unable to finish it off, if I finish then run aircrack-ng and the word in in the database will it find it?

    any word on the multiple gpu support?

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    Quote Originally Posted by intertan View Post
    does anybody know if this works
    my access point is called hack this AP
    now when I go -e hack this AP create_essid it doesn't work
    when I go -e hack_this_AP create_essid it works
    now this was late last night so I was unable to finish it off, if I finish then run aircrack-ng and the word in in the database will it find it?

    any word on the multiple gpu support?
    Using the latter command will compute the list for the wrong ESSID as hack_this_AP naturally isn't the same as hack this AP. Instead try using this command:
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    python pyrit.py -e "hack this AP" create_essid
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    Thanks for the great write-up pureh@te. I don't understand one basic concept: the word "metasploit" is not in the 'dic-0294.txt' dictionary, how was it found?

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