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Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2009 22:13:52 +0100
From: websiteaccess <>
Subject: Re: JTR not able to crack some hashes utf-8 ?

On Sun, 13 Dec 2009 23:02:17 +0300, Solar Designer wrote:
> Matt,
> On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 01:51:49PM -0500, Matt Weir wrote:
>> I've always had a problem where JtR doesn't print the correct value 
>> out to the screen. I think this is a C problem, (or a locale issue), 
>> and not a JtR problem since I've dealt with that before on some of 
>> my own code.
> Not a JtR problem, not a C problem, and not a locale problem (JtR does
> not even initialize a locale, so the C locale is being used, but JtR's
> output of cracked passwords does not depend on the locale in any way).
> Most likely, your terminal settings did not match the encoding/charset
> that your wordlist and passwords were using.  Also, I'd guess that when
> you manually checked john.pot and saw the correct characters, you were
> using something other than the same terminal - e.g., a text editor -
> which had different default settings.  If you try "cat john.pot" on the
> same terminal, I'm quite sure that you'll see the same display that you
> get from JtR while cracking and with "john --show".  Same terminal, same
> settings - same display.
> Alexander


 I need more help :(

 My browser has UTF-8 encoding, I went to   then 
 convert knüpp to MD5 ( knüpp = 4cd6830f5a766cd334145eacce13e764 )

 I put and save user:4cd6830f5a766cd334145eacce13e764   in a texte with 
UTF-8 encoding

 I put word knüpp in a texte file with the same encoding (UTF-8)

 I had configured my Terminal with UTF-8 encoding.

 I did, ./john -format=raw-md5 -w:mydico_utf8.txt hash_utf-8.txt

 I get : 

Loaded 1 password hash (Raw MD5 [raw-md5 SSE2 16x4])
guesses: 0  time: 0:00:00:00 100.00% (ETA: Mon Dec 14 22:12:28 2009)  
c/s: 100  trying: knüpp
iMac-de-xxx-xxx:run xxxxxx$ 

 All si UTF-8 encoded , why Jtr can't crack this hash ???


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