Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 02:34:42 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Cracking Mountain Lion hashes (WIP) On 10 Sep, 2012, at 2:11 , Alexander Cherepanov <cherepan@...me.ru> wrote: > On 2012-09-10 03:29, magnum wrote: >> On 10 Sep, 2012, at 1:20 , Alexander Cherepanov <cherepan@...me.ru> wrote: >> >>> On 2012-09-08 15:38, Dhiru Kholia wrote: >>> >>>> Sample Output: lulu.plist:$ml$23923$c3fa2e153466f7619286024fe7d812d0a8ae836295f84b9133ccc65456519fc3$ccb903ee691ade6d5dee9b3c6931ebed6ddbb1348f1b26c21add8ba0d45f27e61e97c0b80d9a18020944bb78f1ebda6fdd79c5cf08a12c80522caf987c287b6d >>>> >>>> Format : filename:$ml$iterations$salt$hash >>> >>> Isn't it better to print user name in the first field as usually done in >>> other formats? >> >> Good catch, the file name is the actual user name so you should strip '.plist' from every entry. This will help Single mode produce much less worthless candidates. > > In fact I thought about an attribute 'name' in the source .plist file. > But it's even better -- there are also attributes 'uid', 'gid', > 'realname', 'home', 'shell', so full gecos can be constructed. That is even better, way better! >> BTW most *2john tools that put the filename in the username field >> should strip the path for the same reason. I did that to rar2john. The >> filename might be useful for Single mode, but probably not the >> [cracker's] full path. > > Full path may be good for keeping track which hash is for which file. > But I'm not sure where it's better to put it. For rar -hp archives we do this: archive_name:$RAR3$*type*hex(salt)*hex(partial-file-contents):type::::full_archive_name The "user name" field is filename without path. The last field (just beyond where Single mode looks) is the full path name. On a side note, I place "type" in the uid field too. This is so you can put all your rar files in a single infile, but then attack only a certain type (-hp or -p) using the -user option. It's a hack, but it works fine :) magnum
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