BruteU - IOSU key brute forcer

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  1. Kakkoii
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    Was bored so I whipped up a little app that calculates the full two keys for you based on the partial keys Hykem posted(dead). [​IMG]
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    Paste one in (without the question marks), as well as the corresponding SHA-1 hash and it will calculate them instantly (if fast mode is on).

    The keys are not contained inside the app, it's purely brute, so this should be fine to post on the forums...

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    Source code can be found here for those interested:
    https://github.com/Invertex/BruteU
     

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  2. Enaske

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    What we do with this Keys later on?
     
  3. barnhilltrckn

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    Nice. Its good to see things like this coming up.
     
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    but the keys have already been revealed by crediar, he replied to hykem's tweet, and hykem replied to him with a smile, then crediar's tweet was erased/hidden. I might br wrong, though
     
  5. iCEQB

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    But the keys are out brah :/
     
  6. Kakkoii
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    Well, yeah, others have the full keys already. This is just a fun and easy way to get them yourself! I'm sure in the coming weeks there will be plenty of sites posting the full keys.
     
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    yeah, I have them already, if they are to use for you, I could PM thjem to you @Kakkoii
     
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    full keys is public...
     
  9. Kakkoii
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    This app makes the keys based on what he posted, so I have them.

    This was just an excuse to practice my windows forms work.
     
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    This is actually a good way to give people the key without actually releasing it.
     
  11. zecoxao

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    coding the bruteforcer myself is sexier :P
     
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    Well, most ppl will use the common key if there are updates based on latest crypt.
     
  13. Mhetralla

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    Wow, it's fast even with a mediocre laptop and without the "fast mode". About that... how the "fast mode" works?
     
  14. Kakkoii
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    Yeah I was thinking about that, I wonder what the legality of releasing only part of a key is, technically if it's not the full key, it could easily be a key to something else. And a SHA-1 hash is not intellectual property either.

    Fast mode just disables the function that updates the label with the current generated key. So it's able to process a lot faster not having to update the UI and communicate with another thread every operation.
    I left it off because I think it's cooler to watch the keys changing rapidly :P
     
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    It improves A LOT the speed. Like, it makes it almost instantly with it.
    I tried to bruteforce the same key, but with the info plutoo gave us. Sadly, the program only work up to 8 known values, and not 28. :rofl:
     
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    Haha yeah, even with a super computer, past 8 would take quite a while... It's 16 to the power of each unknown value... So 16^4 is only 65536 combinations we have to try at most.
    16^8, which is the max I set the program for, would be 4,294,967,296 possible combos to try... And 28 values... welp, pretty hopeless at 519,229,685,853,482,7628,530,496,329,220,096 possible combinations haha

    Try deleting the last two values on the key and increase the Unknown values to 6 on my app... then you'll see even fast mode isn't so fast. But it will still only take a few minutes.
     
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    Trying ti figure this out. How do I find the SHA-1 hash to compare with?
     
  18. Kakkoii
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    Scroll down near the bottom of the page, they're partially highlighted in white and labeled.
     
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    The hashes are on Failoverfl0w's website. Google it.
     
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