Well, I found the hash in just a few seconds. That part was easy if you know anything about website/google. However, trying to find a good hash cracker was a pain, and took awhile. I don't run Windows on any of my computers, they are all Ubuntu except for my *laptop* which run Backtrack 4-r2. Anyways, for others out there that have Linux the best cracker for this hash in my opinion, is lcrack "Lepton's Crack". It is the only thing I could find that would/could crack this type of hash. John the Ripper by default wont work. You have to add modules for the MD* hash type, where lcrack just works.http://usuarios.multimania.es/reinob/
It's as simple as:
lcrack -m m** -xb+ -o CrackedPass.txt TheHash.txt
Where -m is the hash method, md4, md5, sha1, and so on.
-xb+ Means run incremental (brute-force) mode.
-o is the file to output the Cracked Password to.
TheHash.txt is the file you put the hash in you want to crack.
It took me about 10 seconds to crack it.
idk if this is a spoiler or not, if so someone please remove it. However, for it to work you have to add a username before the hash. Otherwise it doesn't recognize it as a hashed password.