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dm-crypt is a transparent disk encryption subsystem in the Linux kernel. It is implemented as a device mapper target and may be stacked on top of other device mapper transformations. It can thus encrypt whole disks (including removable media), partitions, software RAID volumes, logical volumes, as well as files. It appears as a block device, which can be used to back file systems, swap or as an LVM physical volume.
In this text, we will focus on cracking the passphrases behind key slots and not attacking the master key itself as that would require much more resources if the master key is generated properly. Once you have a valid passphrase for any of the key slot, it is possible to dump the master key. So, basically having a passphrase is the same as having the master key and attacking the passphrases, in most cases, is the most viable option.
The main problem here is that such cracking is pretty slow, as you have to spawn cryptsetup for each test of the candidate password. You also have to inspect the output of the commands manually in order to check that password was cracked.
sdb3.john file should end up with all the data needed for cracking. You will recognize it by $luks$1$ magic in front of the hash. Once the data is prepared, you can begin with standard John the Ripper session:
John the Ripper has a hard limitations on cipher/hash/mode combinations, so there is a high chance that you will not be able to crack it with John The Ripper. One of the examples when luks2john fails is the following:
In case you get that message from John, and if using LUKS version 1, you will have more luck if you try to crack it by using Hashcat. Hashcat is a bit different to use, but it does have far better and complete support for LUKS cracking than John The Ripper. In order to prepare the target for cracking, you have to dump the LUKS header and add a first sector of payload since hashcat has optimized the cracking, where it does not perform second PBKDF2 which LUKS performs, so cracking is significantly faster using hashcat. Usually, the preparation consist of copying the LUKS header and payload with dd command:
As you can see, speed of cracking LUKS1 on two R9 290x GPUs is around 790 H/s (candidate passwords per seconds). Therefore, cracking is not that fast as some other password/hashing formats.But benchmarking is topic for another article.
Even if LuksHeader4Hashcat cannot help you, check the format and LUKS version of the target to crack with luksDump command.The real problem is that, both hashcat and JtR, support older LUKS1 format, so you would get an error if you try to crack the newer format like LUKS2 (or other uncommon format).In such cases you have to read further in order to recover such passphrase.
Currently, to crack newer or other uncommon formats, it is only possible to use cryptsetup based tools. That means that you have to go back to basic cracking section of this article, and use the shell scripts or binaries that use direct functions from the cryptsetup library.
Once you manage to compile it, you can invoke it by number of threads you want to use and choose different modes of cracking. For example, you can use dictionary mode and read the candidate password from the wordlist or dictionary:
The only issue with bruteforce-luks is that you cannot use John the Ripper and hashcat powerful candidate rule generation as it does not support stdin. Also, I wanted to have an approach where cracking will work under any custom parameter and format that cryptsetup supports. Therefore, an approach was to change the cryptsetup itself minimally to accept multiple tries from standard input (stdin). Such patch was made and you can download and compile original cryptsetup with patch.
It will try each password candidate from the wordlist.txt and report if password is correct. Another helpful way of cracking is by using rexgen, where you can specify password candidates using regular expression (as an example it will generate Test01 to Test99 password candidates):
When using it this way, you can monitor for /tmp/cracked.txt file if cracking was successful. Make sure that cryptsetup have permissions to create file in the directory you plan to write the output to.
CloudTrail log file validation creates a digitally signed digest file that contains a hash of each log that CloudTrail writes to Amazon S3. You can use these digest files to determine whether a log file was changed, deleted, or unchanged after CloudTrail delivered the log.
The AWS Config service performs configuration management of supported AWS resources in your account and delivers log files to you. The recorded information includes the configuration item (AWS resource), relationships between configuration items, and any configuration changes between resources.
Linux Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) use one of two types of virtualization: paravirtual (PV) or hardware virtual machine (HVM). The main differences between PV and HVM AMIs are the way in which they boot and whether they can take advantage of special hardware extensions (CPU, network, and storage) for better performance.
Historically, PV guests had better performance than HVM guests in many cases, but because of enhancements in HVM virtualization and the availability of PV drivers for HVM AMIs, this is no longer true. For more information, see Linux AMI virtualization types in the Amazon EC2 User Guide for Linux Instances.
This control checks if Amazon ECS containers are limited to read-only access to mounted root filesystems. This control fails if the ReadonlyRootFilesystem parameter in the container definition of Amazon ECS task definitions is set to false. This control only evaluates the latest active revision of an Amazon ECS task definition.
When you enforce a root directory, the NFS client using the access point uses the root directory configured on the access point instead of the file system's root directory. Enforcing a root directory for an access point helps restrict data access by ensuring that users of the access point can only reach files of the specified subdirectory.
Each approach has its use cases. Federation is generally better for enterprises that have an existing central directory or plan to need more than the current limit IAM users. Applications that run outside of an AWS environment need access keys for programmatic access to AWS resources.
If you already have an access key, Security Hub recommends that you rotate the access keys every 90 days. Rotating access keys reduces the chance that an access key that is associated with a compromised or terminated account is used. It also ensures that data cannot be accessed with an old key that might have been lost, cracked, or stolen. Always update your applications after you rotate access keys.
(a) Fabrication process of the crack-based strain sensor. (b) Schematic of the four sensor types and their pre-processing prior to measurement. (c) Relative change in resistance of the four sensor types under 1% strain.
Abstract:This study presents a numerical model to predict the fatigue crack growth (FCG) rate in compact tension specimens under constant amplitude cyclic loadings. The material studied is the Ti-6Al-4V titanium alloy produced by selective laser melting, which was submitted to two different post-treatments: (i) hot isostatic pressing, and (ii) heat treatment. The developed finite element model uses the cumulative plastic strain at the crack tip to define the nodal release. Two different FCG criteria are presented, namely the incremental plastic strain (IPS) criterion and the total plastic strain (TPS) criterion. The calibration of the elasto-plastic constitutive model was carried out using experimental data from low cycle fatigue tests of smooth specimens. For both proposed crack growth criteria, the predicted da/dN-ΔK curve is approximately linear in log-log scale. However, the slope of the curve is higher using the TPS criterion. The numerical predictions of the crack growth rate are in good agreement with the experimental results, which indicates that cyclic plastic deformation is the main damage mechanism. The numerical results showed that increasing the stress ratio leads to a shift up of the da/dN-ΔK curve. The effect of stress ratio was dissociated from variations of cyclic plastic deformation, and an extrinsic mechanism, i.e., crack closure phenomenon, was found to be the cause.Keywords: fatigue crack growth; finite element analysis; plastic strain; Ti-6Al-4V; titanium alloy; additive manufacturing 153554b96e