Date: Sun, 28 Aug 2005 11:44:45 -0400 From: Nicolas Goles <goles@....net> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Question With Windows password hash decryption hi, I am trying to decript some windows 2000 sp4 pass, it is like this 7FC0E1D29E0F3B56AAD3B435B51404EE:BD2D42EB21E94D859CB757112AFAD7ED::: I know that the password of that file is = "4028" (no quotes ) The thing is , that if I make a wordlist and put 4028 , as a password, its not working, it doesn't detect it as a valid password So ok , I though I had to install some patch to JTR , and I downloaded this: Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 NTLM (MD4) hash support for 1.6.36+, by Olle Segerdahl I downloaded latest version of JTR ( http://www.openwall.com/john/c/ john-1.6.38.tar.gz ) sources only... uncompressed the windows MD4 hash support file , and found john-ntlm- v03.diff I put "john-ntlm-v03.diff" in src directory , and tried to apply the patch like $patch < john-ntlm-v03.diff patching file JOHN-NTLM-FAQ patching file Makefile Hunk #1 succeeded at 28 (offset 1 line). patching file NT_fmt.c patching file byteorder.h patching file john.c patching file loader.c patching file md4.c patching file options.c Hunk #2 FAILED at 101. 1 out of 2 hunks FAILED -- saving rejects to file options.c.rej patching file smbencrypt.c So I failed , I went to my options.c.rej file and this is what I got *************** *** 101,107 **** "--salts=[-]COUNT load salts with[out] at least COUNT passwords " \ "only\n" \ "--format=NAME force ciphertext format NAME " \ - "(DES/BSDI/MD5/BF/AFS/LM)\n" \ "--save-memory=LEVEL enable memory saving, at LEVEL 1..3\n" void opt_init(int argc, char **argv) --- 101,107 ---- "--salts=[-]COUNT load salts with[out] at least COUNT passwords " \ "only\n" \ "--format=NAME force ciphertext format NAME " \ + "(DES/BSDI/MD5/BF/AFS/LM/NT)\n" \ "--save-memory=LEVEL enable memory saving, at LEVEL 1..3\n" void opt_init(int argc, char **argv) What I am doing wrong??? How can I make JTR to detect my windows password ??? Thanks! Content of type "text/html" skipped
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