Although it's not meant to replace hashcat’s command-line usage it offers full session management, a Swagger 2.0 API, a user-friendly interface for mask generation, LDAP authentication, web push notifications and a number of other features.
It can run on a cracking rig, a personal laptop and even on Windows (WSL), as it was developed with the goal of keeping dependencies to a minimum.
For more information about using the CrackerJack Web GUI, details about its features and its limitations, see the project page at https://github.com/ctxis/crackerjack.
View a demo video of CrackerJack on our YouTube Channel:https://youtu.be/9Ol48qQtuk4
CrackerJack has been released under the MIT license, by downloading you are agreeing to the terms of the license which can be found here.