Durandal is a distributed GPU/CPU computing software that aims to crack passwords. Mostly written in C++ with the Boost library, it works on many systems, however it is only built for Windows and GNU/Linux for the moment x64 platforms.
Durandal can be used for
- OS portability : it works and has been tested on Windows and GNU/Linux, but could work on *BSD, Solaris, or any other platforms that support C++ and the Boost library.
- Architecture portability : hash functions aren’t only developped in SSE2 assembly and Nvidia CUDA ; there is also a C version that could be ran on any architecture.
- Powerful : by using C++, Durandal has been designed in order to support a lot of computers.
- Performance : hash functions are optimized with SSE2 for CPUs and ported to Nvidia CUDA for GPUs.
Features of Durandal
- Windows (XP, Vista, 7) and GNU/Linux support
- 64bits support
- Usual hash functions : MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, NTLMv1, MySQL (all versions)
- SSE2 optimized, Nvidia CUDA support
- Server, agent and administration console
- Network communications with XML over HTTP (proxy support)
Download Durandal v0.5