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Date: Fri, 11 Mar 2011 21:37:37 -0600
From: "jfoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: New update to md5-gen, AND changes to the john core 'format' structures. (diff posted to Wiki)

>From: magnum []
>Fwiw I think I saw a misformatteded NT-format (using $NT$) hash file
>result in segfault because there was : in user names (all of them, so in
>practice there was a field between user and hash throughout the whole
>file, and it was not an LM hash). Just a heads up, I haven't had time to
>confirm or reproduce it.

Please try to get an input file.  There is some strangeness in the NT
format. It has to do with dealing with the pwdump format.  In that format,
there is a non-standard field which 'could' be the NT hash (along with
another that is the LM).  That is likely where the issue is coming up, and
the prepare is building the format incorrectly.  I will look into it, but if
you can produce a couple line input file that shows the bug, that would be


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