Date: Mon, 10 Aug 2015 16:26:51 -0700 From: Mathieu Laprise <mathlaprise@...il.com> To: john-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Mathieu's weekly report #15 Accomplishment: - Reupdate french translation - Code freeze 2.1, make 2.1 changelog, update openwall wiki, send announcement to the list - Build .dmg and windows installer for 2.1 - Test the binaries on those platforms and other source building supported platforms - Implement the feature export table view to CSV and colon separated format which will be in v2.2. I've done the code in a modular way to allows exporting table view to any format delimiter without more efforts. Also, when Aleksey did the copy to clipboard feature in 2012, he left some TODOs in the code and I did them in this task. I now escape the delimiter instead of assuming it won't appears in the user field and I added code to allows better handling of copying with CTRL + mouse selection from the user. - Talk with our loyal Johnny user Don (newangels) in private in french since it's easier for him to get his feedback for Johnny. Thanks to him! - Participate in CMIYC contest with john-users team. I cracked 3900 passwords of type NT-old, nsdlap and Raw-Sha512. Other teammates found the same cracks, but 152 of them were new. It gave me opportunities to try --loopback mode, --markov and --prince. I had the most success with wordlist mode and prince mode. I used Johnny a bit to see it in a real context and I also used JtR command line. - I found one issue/bug during the CMIYC contest in Johnny 2.1 with updating of cracked hashes and I fixed it in commit f9f2b58 <https://github.com/math07/johnny/commit/f9f2b58c9596ea6df2aaf14c3dd3fd6a74f63627> . - I made two improvements in the other 2 commits of hotFix PR Priorities: - I want to implement the new jumbo modes in Johnny as discussed in the thread core/jumbo differences : loopback, prince, mask, markov. Content of type "text/html" skipped
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