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Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2012 20:22:35 -0500
From: "jfoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: RE: Jumbo candidate vs Test Suite

>From: Lukas Odzioba []
>Now I am working on mscash* ciphertext.

If you are working on the mscash2 only finding 1410 hashes, then stop your
search. This is an 'acceptable' count.  If your format only supports 19 byte
salts, then that is the count the TS will give you.  Magnum has made changes
to the TS, so 1410 is acceptable (1500 is also acceptable). The 90
candidates all have salts > 19 bytes.  But if your format was finding all of
the others, and only supports 19 bytes (which the very original CPU version
supported), then all is well.  If later you do support up to 22 byte salts,
then all the better. 

If you are working on something different in the mscash* formats, then
sorry, and please ignore this message.


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