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Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2018 12:19:48 +0200
From: Boris Behrens <bb@...vyn.de>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: configure john to open an old keepass2 file (I got
 the hash, I just want to fine tune)

Hi,
I need to find a password for an old keepass2 file.

I know some of the passwords rule. Maybe you guys can help me? I struggle a
lot with the password files and so on.

* The password is a combination of two common words
* There are more lowercase chars than upper case (maybe the first letter in
a word is upper case)
* Maybe there is a ! at the beginning and/or the end
* i/I could be 1, e/E could be 3, a/A could be 4, o/O could be 0

The password if between 6 and 16 chars long.

So something like
!Host1ngduck
M4rblef1sh!

Any Idea how I get this into a rule?

Thanks in advance.
 Boris

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