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Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 11:00:59 +0100
From: "thomas springer" <>
Subject: Re: interview on John the Ripper 1.7; jumbo patch

Thanks, Alexander.

I'm still waiting for somebody to compile the jumbo-patch for windows
without the klunky cygwin - maybe someone with a windows-c-compiler is
interested in a minute of fame and contributes a more elegant
w32-version running without cygwin.dll ?

Another question: many patches are sitting around for years now and
are, at least for me as windows-geek, invaluable. Wouldn't it make
sense to implement them in the "official" version?

Thanks to Erik Winkler for putting together the  "jumbo-patch", btw!

> 2. The contributed resources list on John the Ripper homepage has been
> updated to include a jumbo patch for version 1.7 and a package of 1.7
> with the jumbo patch applied pre-compiled for Win32.  The jumbo patch
> enables processing of many password hash types and ciphers that are not

[nach mir der synflood.]

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