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Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2007 10:12:16 +0100
From: "Evo Eftimov, iSec Consulting, www.isecc.com" <evo.eftimov@...cc.com>
To: <john-users@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: all-lst in english only

Hi,

 

I have a project requiring to cook an analogue of all.lst but in English
only.

 

I've purchased the Wordlist CD (the online version) and JR Pro and can see
that the Wordlist CD contains an English dictionary consisting of the
following parts/subdirectories:

 

Tiny, Small, Large and Extra

 

My question is whether they subsume each other or work independently of each
other - for example does small contain tiny, does large contain small etc

 

Because if this is NOT true the following solution can be applied:

 

cat password.lst, English/tiny/*, English/small/*, English/large/*,
English/extra/* > all_english.lst

 

john --wordlist=all_english.lst --rules --stdout | unique
mangled_english.lst

 

tr A-Z a-z < mangled_english.lst | sort -u > mangled_english_sorted.lst

 

john --wordlist=mangled_english.lst mypasswd

 

Can anybody advice whether the above makes sense.

 

And a few questions about the options in john.conf

 

MINLENGHT and MAXLENGHT in the default john.conf seem to be relevant only to
Incremental mode - what is the way to make them valid for wordlist mode.

 

If Idle=N will the user interface of the system become unresponsive 

 

Regards

 

Evo


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