win last bild not run, win 10 x64All of the following was noted when using the Windows version on Win 7.
Just some suggestions written from a user to a developer, nothing is written as a criticism.
First ever start:
There should be a general setting ini file created in the working directory for appearance and window last location etc.
It's good the hashcat Binary search defaults to the current directory hashcat.launcher starts in for easy user navigation.
Extra Args: When I click on --logfile-disable --restore-disable a blue line appears but I have no idea what is enabled or disabled.
Appearance: (Should this be within the "options page")
Appearance should default to something, perhaps dark.
Scaling should default to something, perhaps Auto.
The logo has been elongated and looks like a dude in swimming trunks. Stare at it for a while and you will see his white legs and torso!!
Hash file drop-down path name goes off the side of the main screen if a long path is selected.
Dictionaries is spelt wrong you have "Dictonaries"
In the Dictionaries section it would be nice to have drag and drop to the word-list box.
Once a word-list is loaded the user cannot see to the end of the path name if it is long.
User is unable to remove individual password lists once loaded. Only option to user who accidentally loads a wrong password list is to leave it there or clear all of them.
Please take a look at Blandys "App.HashcatGUI" to see how he arranged word-lists which is very good.
If users clicks "Hash Type" drop down box without first entering a location for hashcat binary "Results will appear here..." appears with no way for the user to close the window.
Mask mode could show user how many character positions have been in-putted. Instead of user having to count 16 x "?1" which is not easy to see it would be useful for the display to show... ?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1?1 (16)
Perhaps a disable Markov option?
Batch option would be very useful as on Blandys "App.HashcatGUI"
Sorry to keep referring to Blandy's "App.HashcatGUI" but he got it so right but sadly stopped updating it.