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Date: Sun, 14 Jan 2007 11:04:44 +0100
From: websiteaccess <>
Subject: IPB2 and exotic SALT


 Usually, in JTR, syntax for IPB2 format is user:$IPB2$SALT$HASH

 for example:
 user:$IPB2$6536303139 (<- hex of 

 But this time, I have SALT with only 4 digits
 For example:
 user1:$IPB2$30646263 (<-hex of 

 when I run in JTR ./john -format=IPB2 -i:digits -pass.txt
 I have the following message: "No password hashes loaded"

 What is the syntax for this kind of 4 charaters SALT ?  Is there a 
IPB2 format ?


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