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Date: Sun, 10 Feb 2008 15:32:05 +1300
From: Russell Fulton <r.fulton@...kland.ac.nz>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: extracting hashes from openldap for cracking

I now have extracted the hashed from ldap and have written a perl  
script to turn them into a pseudo password file:

xxxxx:e2NyeXB0fSQxJEZCOThZSnRXJC9jNUIxVXY1UTZuRlVvcnRpNVo0ZTE=:::Lorna  
Johnstone
yyyyy:e2NyeXB0fSQxJDd0bE91enJWJHFKaGZ1QlpjQjl3OFozOGdnMFlsMy4 
=:::Aruna  Shandil
zzzzzz:e2NyeXB0fSQxJG5PYmE2RGF0JFpHSTFYS2FYRWZEWmFkVFJyblh4QjA=:::Judy  
Wilford
ssssssss:e2NyeXB0fSQxJHR4dG9maHNVJGh1VjdFRW9PdHZqZGg5d0xFS3V6Ny4 
=:::Heather Goodey

I am guessing that these hashes are SSHA as this is the default for  
openldap.

When I feed this to john I get "no password hashes loaded".

On 10/02/2008, at 8:28 AM, Russell Fulton wrote:

> Hi Folks
>
> Bloody spammers have found out webmail system and have managed to  
> guess a few passwords :( Running JtR over this has been on my todo  
> list for a long time but never made it to the top :(  Now it is  
> rather urgent, I'm getting sick of playing whack a mole!
>
> The IMAP server which all the cracked accounts are on uses openldap  
> for authentication.  The conf files says that the passwords are  
> stored in crypt hashes and the database is ldbm.
>
> Given time I am sure I can cook up some perl to pull the hashes out  
> into something that I can feed to JtR but I'm hoping that someone  
> has already done this and can point me to a script.
>
> Thanks, Russell
>
>
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