The answer i got from PwC (sorry again: german only) speaks for itself:
Thursday, September 04, 2008
Wednesday, September 03, 2008
And the Winner is: Price Waterhouse Coopers.
Some people believe that the account-database of their carreer-site leaked mailaccounts and passwords, causing the mail issued by ZDF cited in my previous posting. I don't know if this is true. I don't state that this is the case. Others do. It is possible: I have an account there. PWC might believe this as well: their carreer-login-page is currently closed.
Posted by thomas at 1:47 PM
we updated our servers recently - the db is running on an intel quadcore, and there is plenty of computingpower for adding new hashes to the database for our site hashcrack.com. a friendly guy sent me a rather huge wordlist created mainly out of several wikipedia-dumps which we are importing since a few days. we limited speed to around 1 million words per day, but i consider the figures with 31.000.000 words and 189.405.954 known hashes rather impressive yet - the database is still running fast with this load.
I don't know any other hashcrack-base offering more words AND supporting more than md5 and sha1. In fact i do support md5 and lm-hashes only to be complete. If you want to look up md5 or lm-hashes, you should really use one of the few sites offering rainbow-tables. They know alomst every lm-hash and at least all md5-hashes up to 7 or 8 characters. When it comes to reverse-lookup NTLM-Hashes for Windows NT or Mysql-Password-Hashes for mysql3, mysql4 and mysql5, hashcrack.com is still the biggest database i know of. I'd be happy to link to any other database knowing more hashes!
Posted by thomas at 3:04 AM