1080TI GPU Servers 0,30$/h (=216$/month)

matalawaka

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Hi guys,
I'm using Genesiscloud servers for a while now for cracking my hashes.
I can tell this is a good offer comparing to AWS/Google/Azure for GPU servers, and you can have up to 10xGTX 1080TI on one server.
If you want to try signup and use 100USD in free credits (333 1xGPU hours), you can use this link which worked for me: https://gnsiscld.co/dj7isg
Good cracking !!
 

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Thanks for this, running 2x1080Ti's now against a couple of SkyQ hub handshakes, saves me losing my PC for 2 days while it's cracking. One thing i'd like to ask although i'll probably get the answer myself in time but if the SSH connection closes does hashcat stop running in the cloud or can you close the SSH terminal and go back to it say 1 day later to collect any handshakes that have been cracked? I don't mind leaving the SSH open but if I forget and reset my PC or whatever I don't want to lose what it's done up to that point!
 

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Thanks for this, running 2x1080Ti's now against a couple of SkyQ hub handshakes, saves me losing my PC for 2 days while it's cracking. One thing i'd like to ask although i'll probably get the answer myself in time but if the SSH connection closes does hashcat stop running in the cloud or can you close the SSH terminal and go back to it say 1 day later to collect any handshakes that have been cracked? I don't mind leaving the SSH open but if I forget and reset my PC or whatever I don't want to lose what it's done up to that point!
I would recommend using something like tmux.

Also, Even if you did accidentally close an instance of hashcat you can always continue from the last checkpoint using --restore (Hashcat --restore --session=<session_name>) Session name only applies if you set it in the start command.
 

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I would recommend using something like tmux.

Also, Even if you did accidentally close an instance of hashcat you can always continue from the last checkpoint using --restore (Hashcat --restore --session=<session_name>) Session name only applies if you set it in the start command.
Thanks for the info, the Nohup seems to be doing the trick as I need so far though. I knew about the restore of session but that doesn't help if i've closed the SSH for a number of hours as the cracking will stop durig that time.
 
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