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Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2005 15:44:15 +0100
From: Simon Marechal <>
Subject: Re: output tested hashes

thomas springer wrote:
> Hi,
> to speed things up for cracking "standard-passwords) i'd like to have
> john list every generated hash (along with the corresponding
> source-pw) to stdout - i already tried to hack my way through
> cracker.c, but my c is too lousy to get things right.
> could anybody give me a clue (or path??) where i have to put the
> print(%s) to get all tested hashes printed to stdout?

Hashes are generated by crypt_all. Depending on the cipher they are
stored in different ways so i guess the best thing to do is to alter the
crypt_all function in every cipher that you're interested in.

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