Hats off to original author “arschloch”.
Feature of my release:
1.Fixed a bug which makes all popup menu transparent.
2.Add cookie inject feature.
Thx to original author again.
[root@AliHPC-M40-410 hashcat]# hashcat -b –force
hashcat (v3.20-88-gd36cc4c) starting in benchmark mode…
OpenCL Platform #1: NVIDIA Corporation
* Device #1: Tesla M40, 2047/11519 MB allocatable, 24MCU
* Device #2: Tesla M40, 2047/11519 MB allocatable, 24MCU
Speed.Dev.#1…..: 26644.2 MH/s (60.42ms)
Speed.Dev.#2…..: 26506.5 MH/s (60.74ms)
Speed.Dev.#*…..: 53150.6 MH/s
Speed.Dev.#1…..: 13648.3 MH/s (58.98ms)
Speed.Dev.#2…..: 13537.3 MH/s (59.46ms)
Speed.Dev.#*…..: 27185.6 MH/s
What you are experiencing is common on systems in the wild (I see it more often in VM environments). Basically, the process you’re exploiting is not stable enough to keep a shell open, and as you seem to already know, you need to migrate into another process ASAP in order to keep your shell. Instead of set PrependMigrate true try:
set InitialAutoRunScript migrate -f
I have had better experiences with this method than with the PrependMigrate method.
执行下列命令：chmod +x uninstall.sh
sh uninstall.sh (Debian为./uninstall.sh)
安骑士 ->设置 ->安装安骑士
I have, but it involves installing the MATE desktop environment, which is a GNOME 2 fork.
First, you have to install MATE:
$ sudo apt-get install mate-core mate-desktop-environment-extra mate-desktop-environment-extras mate-themes
Then, you have to change a line in the ~/.vnc/xstartup, replacing
It is just a workaround, as MATE offers a different look and feel than GNOME.
The underlying problems with GNOME and VNC (and RDP, NX, …) are described here:
and it looks like a fix for Debian will take some time…