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Date: Fri, 4 Sep 2009 04:00:01 +0000
From: P PO1434 <>
To: john users <>
Subject: OSC_fmt patch now obsolete - will delete unless advised otherwise.

Jim (and others interest in the new MD5 formats)

I wrote a little format file a while ago (on wiki, called OSC_fmt) that
attempts to crack a variant of an MD5 password that looks like:

     md5(2-byte plaintext salt + plaintext key)

     The plaintext salt is provided with the key for each instance of a key.

eg. md5('99' + william1) = 545471039e2daea8d6c337ee6adffcee

As your contribution handles this format effectively (format 4 md5($p.$s) ), my patch is obsolete AFAIK.

I've made a note to this effect on the wiki, but am proposing to delete the patch all together unless anyone feels it should stay there.

Thanks for the MD5 work too!



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