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Date: Thu, 1 Aug 2013 21:55:24 +0200
From: Frank Dittrich <>
Subject: Bleeding: 4 out of 346 formats failing (linux-x86-64-native OMP build
 on Intel i7)

Latest bleeding:

for f in `./john --list=format-details |cut -f 1`; do
./john --test --format=$f

These formats fail:

dynamic_87 [sha512(sha512($s).sha512($p)) 64/64 6144x1 sha2-OpenSSL]...
(8xOMP) FAILED (get_hash[0](28))

dynamic_1014 [md5($p.$s) (long salt) 128/128 AVX 480x4x3]... (8xOMP)
FAILED (get_hash[0](1))

eCryptfs [65536x SHA-512]... (8xOMP) FAILED (get_hash[0](1))

If I just run ./john --test (or ./john --test=0) without specifying a
format, sometimes, this format fails in addition to the other 3 formats:

dynamic_107 [WHIRLPOOL(WHIRLPOOL($s).WHIRLPOOL($p)) 64/64 6144x1
OpenSSL]... (8xOMP) FAILED (get_hash[0](2))

Sometimes I also get a core dump (instead of just a failing self test)
when eCryptfs is benchmarked.

Sometimes, only one format fails with ./john --test:
dynamic_87 [sha512(sha512($s).sha512($p)) 64/64 6144x1 sha2-OpenSSL]...
(8xOMP) FAILED (get_hash[0](6))

With unstable, all formats work.

For a non-OMP build of linux-x86-64-native, bleeding works as well.


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