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Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2006 18:26:03 -0400
From: "Nick Travis" <wormfishin@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: John, word list question

>
> I had hoped to add a few site specific words/acronyms to the word list
> but didn't see how, and was reluctant to simply add them to
> run/pwdlist.txt
> (or anyplace else) as I wasn't certain what all the fields where (what
> does
> the prefix number mean in the pwdlist.txt file ?).
>
>

Brian,

Does your pwdlist.txt file contain hashes or a password list?  Searching the
list archives tehe only mention of pwdlist.txt contains hashes, however that
could just be something that you have setup.  I'm running version
1.7.0.2under linux-x86 and have a
password.lst file that contains the most common passwords.  I have added a
few words to this list and it appears to work fine, hashes of those
passwords are cracked in seconds.  My run/john.conf file has the variable
"Wordlist" for the default wordlist.

What version of John are you running?


Nick

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