Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 22:06:39 +0100 From: websiteaccess <websiteaccess@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: vowels rotating On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 23:41:06 +0300, Solar Designer wrote: > On Tue, Jan 15, 2008 at 08:26:08PM +0100, websiteaccess wrote: >> Today I would like make a rule able to change all vowels (aeiouy) in >> a word by an other one (aeiouy). >> >> For example : >> >> "canape" become : >> >> canapa >> canapi >> canapo >> .... until >> cynepo >> cynypy > > JtR's wordlist rules are not well suited for this task, not even with > the preprocessor. You're better off using a Perl script instead - or > you may re-consider the task. Why try all of those combinations? > I think that most passwords that may be found in this way would also be > found by merely replacing any one vowel with another one. > > Anyway, here's an example of how wordlist rules can be (ab)used to > implement what you want, for lengths up to 3 and only considering the > five characters [aeiou] as vowels: > > =0?vo0[aeiou]Q > =1?vo1[aeiou]Q > =2?vo2[aeiou]Q > =0?vo0[aeiou]QM=1?vo1[aeiou]Q > =0?vo0[aeiou]QM=2?vo2[aeiou]Q > =1?vo1[aeiou]QM=2?vo2[aeiou]Q > =0?vo0[aeiou]QM=1?vo1[aeiou]QM=2?vo2[aeiou]Q > > For greater lengths and for 6 "vowels", this list of rules quickly > becomes too long and too slow (each rule would be rejecting most input > words as not "belonging" to that rule). So, while in theory wordlist > rules can do this, they're not really up to the task in practice. > > -- Thanks for your reply. I have tested your rules. it dosen't work. Create a wordlist, with the word "canape". Add your rule TRy to crack this hash (raw-md5) user:96f81f82b6783fd01dcebb120930bbb5 unable to get success (96f81f82b6783fd01dcebb120930bbb5 = cunope ) Why I want this kind of rule ? when you try to crack hash, you don"t know if hash is only letter or letter+digits by default, I do "-i:alnum". It take much time then rule the rule I would like. Regards, -- To unsubscribe, e-mail john-users-unsubscribe@...ts.openwall.com and reply to the automated confirmation request that will be sent to you.
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