Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 19:49:47 +0200 From: magnum <rawsmooth@...dband.net> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Wrapping up Jumbo-5 (was Re: Ideas for jumbo-6) On 2011-05-23 22:04, magnum wrote: > On 2011-05-23 21:47, jfoug wrote: >> However, before moving down this road, let's get jumbo-5 finalized, and >> published. We are 99% there. Hopefully we can get some Apple/Mac build >> testing information soon. That is really the environment that is missing >> from build and testing. I just posted john-1.7.7-jumbo-5-RC6-various-patches.diff.gz to the wiki but unfortunately there are *still* issues with 32-bit SSE (will be posted separately) and that's why it's just an incremental patch. This is to be applied onto john-1.7.7-jumbo-5-RC6 *after* the three other incremental patches that was already released. This patch includes the following: * A couple of extra MPI defines in Makefile, for easy mitigation of any bugs in the MPI environment. * Reverted some changes to hmacmd5.[hc] (and the formats that use it) so the function again uses its original function definition and is thread-safe with no hassle. It's still optimised and it should (really) still work on big-endian and aligned systems. It's not yet tested on Sparc64 or cc (but it is on Sparc32 and gcc). * Added a linux-x86-64-32-clang build to Makefile (like the others it's not "announced") for regression testing (whatever it is worth) * Since Jumbo-5-RC-1 we have muted ETA completely unless progress was more than 0.00%. This is reverted, but now it's indicated that we see a "best case ETA" using "ETA >xxx" instead of "ETA: xxxx" * Added a prepare() function to mssql05 so it can load the case-sensitive part of old-type hashes too. * Fixed an OMP bug in mssql that was introduced by some other recent patch, likely the SSE2 patch that was posted earlier today. * Fixed a bug in salted_sha1 (memset sizeof(pointer) instead of the alloced size). magnum
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