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Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 00:02:29 +0200
From: B O <jammertr@...mail.com>
To: <john-users@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: need to find a way to crack passwords with 16 to 20 length

Hi,

I'm totally new at this and no programmer. I need to find a way to crack  a
password  hash between 16 -20 length. I know the first 6 and need a way to
have jtr work the rest using the incremental mode.
Charset includes upper and lower case alpha numeric.

If the known 6  are "Jtrjtr"

One way is to brute force all the combinations. Say starting with
Jtrjtraaaaaaaaaaa to Jtrjtr0000000000000
And a faster approach may be no 2 adjacent chars will be the same, as in
Jtrjtrab........................ not Jtrjtraa.......................
Jtrjtr1a........................ not Jtrjtr11......................


I tried the wordlist approach but there are way too many combinations,
wordlist file/files are huge, not enough space on my disks, crunch says
several petabytes

Being new at this I really don't know if I'm asking for too much.
Any help is appreciated.

Cem.

		  

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