xxx kH/s

When a hashcat benchmark produces a result such as 120 kH/s (my Dell inspiron 7577, NVidia GeForce 1050i, -m 22000 D- 1,2 -w 3)...

does this mean its trying 12,000 passwords a second, or is it rehashing 12,000 passwords a seconds, i.e. if theres 16388 iterations of the wpa2 algorithm, does it mean its only trying 12000/16388 passwords a second?

Im really getting into this cracking, find it really interesting...

That means that your machine can try 120,000 passwords a second by hashing your wordlist.Not sure what you mean about your second part with 16,388.

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