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Date: Mon, 29 Apr 2013 17:20:30 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: Node support

On 29 Apr, 2013, at 13:52 , Solar Designer <> wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 12:15:11PM +0200, magnum wrote:
>> On 29 Apr, 2013, at 11:11 , Solar Designer <> wrote:
>>> I've just pushed out my --node support for wordlist mode, both with and
>>> without rules.  The switching to distributing words from distributing
>>> rules is smarter than it was in jumbo (for MPI) and than it was in the
>>> contest edition, yet the code is simple (actually readable, unlike
>>> jumbo's).  You may try merging this into jumbo (difficult to get it
>>> right due to the awful state of wordlist.c in jumbo).
>> Well this will keep me busy for some time :-P
> There was a nasty bug in my code, now fixed (commit message "Corrected
> the initial skipping of other nodes' lines when restoring a session").

I think I see a bug with -stdin that exist in core too. Using -pipe in bleeding works fine.

../run/john --stdout -wo:../run/password.lst -ru | ../run/ rawmd5 -count 200000 >unstable.rawmd5

This is OK (all 156842 cracked) with or without memory buffer active:
for i in 5-6 1-3 7 4; do
	../run/john unstable.rawmd5 -form:raw-md5 -wo -ru -node=$i/7

Same as above but using -pipe and -ru also cracks all.

This is OK (4188 cracked):
for i in 5-6 1-3 7 4; do
	cat ../run/password.lst | ../run/john unstable.rawmd5 -form:raw-md5 -pipe -node=$i/7

This is OK (4188 cracked):
cat ../run/password.lst | ../run/john unstable.rawmd5 -form:raw-md5 -stdin

...but this only finds 1800:
for i in 5-6 1-3 7 4; do
	cat ../run/password.lst | ../run/john unstable.rawmd5 -form:raw-md5 -stdin -node=$i/7

Trying to do the same in core, I used dummy format and got myself into trouble with conversion and dupes but I'm pretty sure I saw the same problem.

BTW it's very convenient to being able to just say -wo implying the configured wordlist ;-)


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