Saturday, November 3, 2012

Install Pyrit and the same as CUDA but now for ATI

In this post I was about to present here the opponent of CUDA.

If you have a nVIDIA driver you should use CUDA, and for that you should follow this link:How to Install Cuda on nVIDIA Optimus

If that's not your case and you have an ATI you should go for OpenCL.

I could make a tutorial here, how to install it, but actually in backtrack wiki you can find a very good one, done with the contribution of "g0tmi1k". Check it here:

I'll show you some result I got using pyrit:


Running in 32Gb USB drive
OS: Backtrack 5 R3
Display Card: AMD Radeon HD 6950 DirectCUII 1GB GDDR5
CPU: Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4Ghz
RAM: 4096MB

As far as I can say, I advice the use of ATI drives to crack passwords, because they are really much faster then CUDA imo.

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