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Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 22:50:46 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: jumbo rebased on current CVS

2011-11-10 20:23, Solar Designer wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 08, 2011 at 01:03:09AM +0100, magnum wrote:
>> I have a perfectly working jumbo + all incremental patches, rebased
>> on current CVS and with all salt_hash functions revised - no
>> problems with that so far.
> Did you run that one through the test suite?  The new DES key setup has
> separate little pieces of code per key bit, and I'm afraid I never
> actually tested it on LM hash passwords with 8th bit set in any
> character.  Does the test suite have such samples (I guess so)?  I'd
> appreciate your help in testing this, preferably with multiple make
> targets (there are three assembly implementations and several variations
> of the C implementation).

It completes the test suite without a glitch. But now that you mention
this, I'll do some manual testing as well. I also need to verify that LM
uppercasing of "encodings" works correctly after the rebase - this is
still missing in the Test Suite.

> I think the test suite doesn't directly support non-jumbo, which is why
> I am asking this in jumbo context.

Jim put some magic in to detect when testing a non-Jumbo - it will be
handled properly. For a non-Jumbo, I believe the latest published
version of the Test Suite is fine (for jumbo, it is not fully updated
yet for md5_gen -> dynamic).


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