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Date: Wed, 07 Mar 2007 19:46:40 +0100
From: "Frank Dittrich" <>
Subject: Re: LM an NTLM combination

Antares wrote:
>My first run found i.e. 1459 guesses (in 1 min, 10s)
>Invoking the very same command again (using by bash history) found another 
>65 guesses (in 1 min, 11s)
>How is that possible? Times are almost the same, by coincident?

Are the NTLM hashes case sensitive?
If so, the problem could be related to

Meaning: the passwords are the same as those cracked before.
But the corresponding hashes differ in case.
If you convert all your hashes to upper case,
the problem should disappear.

Even the correct solution has been discussed in that thread.
(A path in the split function, IIRC)

Regards, Frank

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