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Terms and Conditions

This service is created for network auditors, penetration testers and information security researches to identify and recover weak passwords. It may be used by individuals to recover their own lost or forgotten passwords.

By registering and submitting hashes to the Crackq, you acknowledge:

  1. That the submitted hashes either
    • Belong to you (as an individual or a company), or
    • You have an explicit permission by the owner (e.g., a penetration test agreement) to recover the original plaintexts.
  2. We [hashcrack.org] are not liable for any loss or damage caused as a result of using this service.

Updates

  1. 30/05/2016: Added HOTBOX-xxxx to the list of default ESSIDs. See the full list here.
  2. 28/05/2016: We're now accepting Ether as the payment option (ethereum.org)!
  3. 05/05/2016: Added 4G-Gateway-XXXX to the list of default ESSIDs. See the full list here.
  4. 27/02/2016: Added RogersXXXXX to the list of default ESSIDs. See the full list here.
  5. 26/02/2016: Stand-alone Windows client binary v0.4 can be downloaded from here.
  6. 26/02/2016: Crackq client v0.4 is released. Added support for MYSQL 4.1+ (double SHA1) hashes.
  7. 20/10/2015: Added Speedy-XXXXXX and Fibertel WiFixxx to our default WPA list.
  8. 16/09/2015: Added support for password protected PDF files. Currently versions 1.4 - 1.6 are supported.
  9. 01/09/2015: Added EE-BrightBox-xxxxxx and TPG-XXXX to the list of default ESSIDs. See the full list here.
  10. 26/05/2015: Added support for PHPass (Wordpress, Joomla and phpBB3) hashes.
  11. 13/04/2015: WPA/WPA2 rules and brute-force attacks supported by Crackq hashcrack.org/crackq/page?n=wpa.