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Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2013 23:35:44 +0100
From: magnum <>
To: "" <>
Subject: Bug in a number of "crack array" formats


You need to revise all formats that use a crack array. I fixed the keyring format in cf3be2d and now I see several others that do the Wrong Thing[tm].

You can't reset the array in set_salt() because if we only have one salt, set_salt() will only be called once and never again. I get a deja-vu now, I am pretty sure we have told you this before.

I think you should do this:

1. If using an "any_cracked" variable, reset it in crypt_all() before the OMP loop.

2. Always set *or reset* cracked[index] in crypt_all(). Ie. do not just set it on successfull crack but also reset it otherwise.

This way you'll have no problems. This must be fixed before J8.


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