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Date: Wed, 13 Dec 2006 11:54:39 +0300
From: SmarTeam Support <smarteam.support@...il.com>
To: websiteaccess <john-users@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: Re: SMF and format

Hello websiteaccess,

Wednesday, December 13, 2006, 10:05:03 AM, you wrote:

> Hi guys

>  What is the syntax for SMF hashes in JTR (www.simplemachines.org) ?

>  for example : 

>         (939, 'USER', 1130566154, 5, 0, '', 1156661950, 'USER', 2, 0, '', '',
> '', '59d54c7884835030cd76d7aa3ba7d3bb6871a44c', 'USER@....xxx',  
> 'xx.xx.xxx.xxx', '', '', 9, 1, '', 62468, '', '', 10, 11345, 'de29'),

>  I have tried "-format=IPB2" (work only for IPB2 of course)

> when I do a -test in JTR (os X), I don't see SMF format.

I'm not shure whether this is a john-related question and will it pass
moderation, but nevertheless here is an answer :)

in new SMF versions (1.1) hashes that is stored on server are
$password = sha1(sha1(strtolower($username) . $password) . $salt)

also you can browse the sourcecode of SMF to check what is the old
format (it uses md5 and similar to phpbb2)

and the last thing - it seems like there are no public patches for john
now for supporting such hash-formats


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 SmarTeam                            mailto:smarteam.support@...il.com


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