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Date:  Mon, 24 Sep 2007 20:28:56 +0200
From:  "Morag Agmon" <agmonm@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject:  Re: Re: Markov filter password generation

Ok, Summary of my experience with the Markov filter so far:

1. Finished running level=216 , time: 56 hours (using two seperate processes 
on my AMD X2 4200+ cores).
2. c/s: 1370K
3. Passes: 557 , 467 salts (DES)
4. Cracked: 5 after level=150.
5. Cracked: 78 more after level=216 --> total: 83 of 557.

Some insights:
* I tried the filter on the passwd file that I have, which I had already ran 
various attemps on cracking it (single, wordlists+rules, some external 
modes, short incrementals, etc). After 45 days of non-stop cracking on my 
CPU , I have managed to crack 188 passes.
* Out of the 83 passes I cracked with the markov filter, 8 were not 
previously cracked by my previous attemps. This is quite impressive, due to 
the fact that the current rate of passes I crack is about 1-2 per week.
* I'm from Israel, so the filter (and stats) works well also on hebrew words 
(written in english alphabet ofcourse) - cracked passes will be at the end 
of this post, for your (Simon) reviewing

Conclusions:
* I will definitely continue using this filter, and look up to a clean 
version of it (cygwin or windows)
* Instructions on how to make my own stat file is a must.
* Well done Simon on implementing a great idea on the paper to a strong 
cracking tool.

Cheers,
  Morag Agmon



The cracked password (not necessarily in order):
      marinac
      matan1
      arie10
      lorieli
      elinor
      maz1155
      milu1975
      migvanon
      mordan12
      morris1
      mor900
      chilanza
      chip999
      chip999
      carplop
      sarit2
      set1975
      sima111
      sheleg1
      smithcha
      s484546
      s484546
      s832418
      s832418
      andreyg
      arrow4
      alexpok
      aca639
      avi2345
      a150277
      a6100980
      lena1236
      lena1236
      lanitalm
      l269333
      bereshit
      borlus
      borlus
      boolean1
      bobo00
      bartsim
      bugbug
      pianoman
      marinac
      matan1
      arie10
      lorieli
      elinor
      poniaev
      porit74
      podarok
      podarok
      dagangid
      dopeps
      duke74
      fuchsia
      grad100
      notsa7
      teecan
      themoon
      tamagabe
      t233098
      ee412
      rinatg
      rendib
      rexishel
      rosdud
      rmic72
      r148414
      kim993
      kent100
      v130171
      v130171
      v441302
      1045106
      ia3479
      2124113
      o12345
      oadler
      5051979
      311943
      3877739
      461738
      4384706
      xuinia
      717171
      9318797
      qwe123




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