Date: Sun, 9 Jun 2013 22:26:34 +0200 From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Bleeding jumbo: more GPU formats missing "split() unifies case" flag and other differences in format flags On 2 Jun, 2013, at 23:51 , Frank Dittrich <frank_dittrich@...mail.com> wrote: > Beside the raw-sha1-opencl, these GPU formats seem to have the same issue: > > raw-sha224 00020003 > raw-sha224-cuda 00000003 > > raw-sha256 00020003 > raw-sha256-cuda 00000003 > > raw-sha512 00020003 > raw-sha512-cuda 00000003 > raw-sha512-opencl 00000003 Until I see an uppercase SHA2 in the wild I don't think this is needed. Although it doesn't hurt fixing. > This is the other way round, only in one GPU implementation split() > unifies case: > xsha512 00000003 > xsha512-cuda 00000003 > xsha512-opencl 00000003 > xsha512-ng-opencl 00020003 Same here. > Other differences between flags of various implementations of the same > format: > > False positives possible: yes vs. no: > > strip-opencl 00000103 > strip 00000003 We might want to rectify this but I'm not sure in what direction. Dhiru? > ssh-ng 00000103 > ssh 00000003 This is correct. They are two completely different implementations and ssh-ng does in fact give false positives. magnum
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