CUDA Support for Hashcat on Parrot OS

I’ve always struggled with anything relating to video drivers in Linux to begin with, but one of the things that has always bothered me most about it was never being able to get GPU support for hash cracking. Today, after way too long of failing, I finally got it working so I figured it would make a good post in case there are other driver-challenged folk out there.

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Taking Good Notes

UPDATE: Cherry Tree has been replaced in my workflow with Joplin. I like it more, and may do a write up on that soon.

While performing a penetration test, it’s easy to get tunnel vision trying to get a shell and leave yourself high and dry when it comes to completing your report at the end. It is important to keep detailed notes on what actions you take, when you take them, from what system you are taking them from and what system you are taking them against.

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