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Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 21:18:30 -0500
From: "JFoug" <>
To: <>
Subject: Re: Joomla and JTR

From: "websiteaccess" <>
> Is JTR able to crack Joomla hashes ?
> I use patched JTR with
> for example :   36302dcd47193e2c6dbc3cfc6f70e11d:KPAvp1xf0bQJppoU  =
> azerty

I receievd this query off list, and replied, but I am not sure if
is a person, or if a reply works.

In the message I received was the comment:

> I try to use your contribution to JTR (john-

so I will assume that the generic md5 is built.  If that is the case, then 
proper line for the input file is:


For all md5-gen, you will need the md5_gen(x) signature.  Then, a $ is used
to separate the hash from the salt, since they are needed to be in one unit,
and if a ':' was used, john through it's normal behavior would split that
into some other user gecos field.

Once the file is of that format, john will 'auto' detect and process.


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