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Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2012 22:05:13 -0500
From: "jfoug" <jfoug@....net>
To: <john-dev@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: RE: Current -fixes GPU formats vs TS

>From: magnum [mailto:john.magnum@...hmail.com]
>
>Output from new version:
>
>$ ./pw_len_finder.sh mscash_tst.in
>num	len	sum
>1	0	1
>3	1	4
>16	4	20
>16	5	36
>14	6	50
>41	7	91
>97	8	188
>200	9	388
>218	10	606
>212	11	818
>232	12	1050
>181	13	1231
>120	14	1351
>79	15	1430
>38	16	1468
>8	17	1476
>2	21	1478
>14	24	1492
>8	25	1500

Nice output. 

>>From using this tool and looking at --list=format-details I see this:
>
>mscash-cuda should find 1500, finds 1216.
>mscash2-cuda should find 1500, finds 1050.

1050 may be from length of salt (user name). 1050 is seen on other formats, I thought. Or was it due to 'broken' utf8.

>All three raw-sha2-cuda formats should find 1476, and do. Same goes for
>raw-sha512-opencl and xsha512-opencl. I will fix TS and these five are
>set.
>
>pwsafe-cuda should find 1500, finds none.
>md5crypt-opencl should find 1500, finds none.
>phpass-opencl should find 1470, finds none.
>nt-opencl should find 1478, finds none.
>
>Some of the last four had wrong figures in TS too, I will fix that.

There are other things than just pw length to take into account.  But the tool 'is' a help.

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