GoCrack: FireEye claims that each sysadmin needs help with enforcing enterprise password creation rules. So the security company released an open-source password-control tool through your computer's GPU.
The GoCrack tool (there is in GitHub) performs the cracking tasks by managing privileges, so that passwords are not dropped in the wrong hands.
So only those who perform the tests or those who are licensed by the system or application manager can see the contents of a cracking work.
"Changes to a task, viewing broken passwords, downloading a task file, and other sensitive actions are recorded and are available for control by administrators only," the company said in a blog post.
Crack engine dictionaries, rules for characters, and more are available to other users, but only the administrator can see the results or process the application.
GoCrack uses the hashcat v3.6 or a later version and does not need an external server that has a database. The application supports LDAP or back-end authentication.
The cracker server component runs on any Linux server with Docker and NVIDIA Docker that allow GoCrack to run in a container with full access to the server GPU.
The company's future development plans include MySQL and PostgreSQP database support, UI support for file processing, auto-termination, and extensive hashcat settings.