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Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2009 02:53:46 +0000
From: P PO1434 <p2409@...mail.com>
To: <john-users@...ts.openwall.com>
Subject: RE: 2 known letters + wordlist word --> is new format
 definition best way?



Thanks for the tips.
I'm using the salts, and the passwords are getting cracked, however
with a key file of 4 lines, I am only cracking one ciphertext per run.
john.pot records this, and then at the next run cracks the next line in the keyfile.

I'm suspecting that I'm only using one salt per run..perhaps the salts should be stored/checked in an array?

Here are my salt functions (OSCSalt is a global var):

// Convert ASCII salt to its internal representation
static void *oscmd5_get_salt(char *ciphertext) {
    strncpy(OSCSalt,ciphertext+5,SALT_SIZE);
    OSCSalt[2]=0;
    return OSCSalt;
}
/* Sets a salt for the crypt_all() method */
static void oscmd5_set_salt(void *salt) {
    strncpy(OSCSalt,salt,SALT_SIZE+1);
}

Is there something wrong with these?
Thanks


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