Date: Sat, 17 Sep 2011 21:06:22 -0500 From: "JimF" <jfoug@....net> To: <john-dev@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Re: 1.7.8 Jumbo-6 This is a good list of what was done. I am going to dig through the patch file myself, and see if anything was missed, but I think (from memory), that the below lists looks pretty comprehensive on the changes. Jim. From: "magnum" <rawsmooth@...dband.net> > On 2011-09-17 08:12, Solar Designer wrote: >> Would you summarize the changes since -jumbo-5, please - in a form >> that you feel is suitable for john-users (detailed) and Freshmeat >> (brief). I'll derive other levels of detail (for other places) from >> these two. > > Here is a first brief collection of all patch descriptions, for a starter: > > * Numerous bug, performance and portability fixes (JimF/magnum) > * New encodings supported: iso-8859-1, iso-8859-15, koi8-r, cp437, cp850, > cp858, cp866, cp737, cp1251, cp1252 (JimF/magnum) > * Full encoding support for single mode, rules and character classes. Some > new character classes added (JimF/magnum) > * Full encoding support for all formats, including md5_gen (JimF/magnum) > * Unicode DumbForce external modes added (magnum) > * User-defined character classes added (magnum) > * Tripcode format added (Solar) > * DMD format fixed to behave like normal formats (magnum) > * Generic-crypt format now recognises some subformats (md5/sha256/sha512) > for benchmarking (magnum) > * Wordlist mode is now much faster when using memory buffer (JimF/magnum) > * New option bools in john.conf: LogCrackedPasswords, AlwaysReportUTF8, > UnicodeStoreUTF8, CPstoreUTF8 (magnum) > * Pkzip format added (JimF) > * raw-md5-unicode replaced with faster 'thin' raw-md5u (magnum) > * Added the ability for john.conf file to include other .conf files, > sections including sections [eg. rules including rules] (JimF) > * Duplicated rules supressed (JimF) > * New rule reject flag ->N (reject unless length N is supported by format) > (magnum)
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