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anyone know what type of hash this is?

To discuss DES MD5 El-Gamal RSA PGP and others....
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twisted
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anyone know what type of hash this is?

Post by twisted »

Ok this is found in a compiled delphi program's configuration file and is used to compare 2 different encryption keys to ensure the right one is used

hash="$03BADE2A"

i believe the encryption key which is meant to produce this hash is this (in hex)

1A B5 6F ED 7E C3 FF 01 22 7B 69 15 33 97 5D CE
47 D7 69 65 3F F7 75 42 6A 96 CD 6D 53 07 56 5D

but ive put it through as many hash algorithms as i can find and none of them produce the hash '03BADE2A' so im pretty stumped as to what type is it. I Put it through passwords pro as crc32 and it came out with 'LAOCXX' which im pretty sure is not correct.
s1mmie

Post by s1mmie »

Hi,
Sorry, I'm a bit lost in your request. If it's a hash (e.g SHA1), there's no key at all.
- is "$03BADE2A" the result you get ?
- what is 1A B5 6F ED 7E C3 FF 01 22 7B 69 15 33 97 5D CE etc: some input, an argument to a function ?

Thanks
s1mmie
twisted wrote:Ok this is found in a compiled delphi program's configuration file and is used to compare 2 different encryption keys to ensure the right one is used

hash="$03BADE2A"

i believe the encryption key which is meant to produce this hash is this (in hex)

1A B5 6F ED 7E C3 FF 01 22 7B 69 15 33 97 5D CE
47 D7 69 65 3F F7 75 42 6A 96 CD 6D 53 07 56 5D

but ive put it through as many hash algorithms as i can find and none of them produce the hash '03BADE2A' so im pretty stumped as to what type is it. I Put it through passwords pro as crc32 and it came out with 'LAOCXX' which im pretty sure is not correct.
twisted
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Posts: 4
Joined: Wed Aug 18, 2010 7:07 pm

Post by twisted »

Thanks for the reply but managed to find a workaround instead. Ended up just using IDA pro to find the location the hash was generated in the program and using that to make my own so never found out what type is it, guess its custom or something.
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