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Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2007 07:04:03 +0000 (UTC)
From:  Morag <agmonm@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject:  Best way to crack 8-lengthed alpha-numeric passwords (DES)

Hello,

(My first post here, so - easy on me)

I'm trying to crack a passwd file containing about 100 hashes (with same 
amount of salts).
I know that the passwords are mostly 8 chars in length, and pure alpha-numeric.
Another special properties of the passwords are that they contain ONLY one 
numeric charecter , and one CAP char.
example: m4afWkxw , nmVec2fe , zic6Tvbv , fw4Szkrs , hershkO9

currently, I'm running the incremental mode (already done single, 
wordlists+rules) for MinLen=MaxLen=8 , and I'm using the alnum.chr + 
EXTRA=ABC...XYZ (resulting in 62 chars).

Is there a way using rules/external/something else to speed up my search ?

Thanks,
Morag.


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