Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 17:10:39 +0100 From: "websiteaccess@...il.com" <websiteaccess@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: JTR and format md5_gen On Fri, 18 Dec 2009 09:16:09 +0100, SL wrote: One more time you saved me SL :) all is fine, even hash + salt (with a second "$" in the salt, are cracked correctly, for example "user[tab]md5_gen(7)c81c3cf3fb69d77afe5e7c11b2ec19a8$ek$" Is md5_gen(7) able to handle salt with more 3 characters (for example IPB2 has salt with 5 characters) ? thanks. > The SALT separator is the Dollar sign ($). > > I recommend using the TAB character as field separator, that would > make your hashfile look like this: > user md5_gen(7)c75428debd69a11d2ed655d70dce2cd3$fo. > > So you have: > * TAB as field separator > * md5_gen(7) as hash identifier > * $ as salt separator > > You can enter the tab character into Terminal (on MacOS X) by > pressing CTRL-V and then TAB, and you'll probably have to enclose it > into quotation marks on the command line: > > ./john -w:mydict.txt -rules hashfile.txt --field-separator-char=" " > > > Be aware that the tab character may be rendered as several > consecutive space characters, which you will have to replace manually > on copy&paste. > > Am 2009-12-17 um 23:36 schrieb websiteaccess@...il.com: > >> I have a salted vbulletin hash. >> (hash -> c75428debd69a11d2ed655d70dce2cd3 salt -> fo.) >> >> I did "./john -w:mydict.txt -rules hashfile.txt --field-separator-char=é" >> (my hashfile is formatted >> userémd5_gen(7)c75428debd69a11d2ed655d70dce2cd3éfo.) >> >> What is wrong ? >
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