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Date: Fri, 29 Jun 2012 01:44:15 +0200
From: Frank Dittrich <frank_dittrich@...mail.com>
To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Shouldn't the TS work with a pw.dic in reversed order
 as well?

On 06/29/2012 01:32 AM, jfoug wrote:
> Before you get 'too' worked up about this, make SURE that the tools you are
> using can handle BUSTED binary data.  If it has some encoding, then it will
> likely change the PW files.

You almost convinced me that I am getting to tired to do any serious work.

But:

$ ../run/unique -inp=pw.dic p -ex_file=pw.dic.orig
Not outputting any lines found in file pw.dic.orig
Total lines read 5818 Unique lines written 0

$ LC_ALL=C sort -u pw.dic |sha1sum -
5ea554160c959b3bc0438b0ad35bd9d148c1f8e4  -
$ LC_ALL=C sort -u pw.dic.orig |sha1sum -
5ea554160c959b3bc0438b0ad35bd9d148c1f8e4  -

Had I made an error, the FAILED results for sse2i and clang build should
at least have been the same. But with the same input files
linux-x86-sse2i passed, and linux-x86-clang failed.

But I really am getting tired and will stop for today.

Frank

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