Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 13:35:57 -0500 From: "Steve ......" <lynx.9595@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: What type of passwords does john crack? Ok for some reason its still not working. Mind you these are NOT shadow/passwd passwords. (that was the whole reason of this post) is john able to crack MD5 passwords encrypted from online forums lets say.. my result look like this.. root@box:~/hash# john hashes.txt Loaded 0 passwords, exiting... root@box:~/hash# cat hashes.txt ThePumpe:b3759125aa3bf99b7f4c10d9c87046c Lane:4b6ac052d0892133682eff29d1a62c5 Aquil:88ce5a69882e9c8560792c632a4946a Joyc:35afac8f58f984651bd96986932c546 janic:b1a9ff2e31d79386fb6251494270f09 thewi:c28f176d2d095477bbb314bb43d436c HCAnge:225951e9dfcd0d5a6aecb62ccf8b04c quoteale:d460b04420b2bdaf4edca866373e06f Mr.Wh:0b7006cac116d13ea7d5592351802da > You need to prefix them with the username and a colon, sort of like > /etc/shadow i.e.: > root:247a3993f32ffc44556b20bc951de6cb > user1:c5e60c3af1d2361d6848e5aea666102b > user2:jamZ4RyrrWDLw ... > The additional data in /etc/passwd could also improve password > guesses, but it's completely optional.
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