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Date: Fri, 19 Feb 2010 12:59:26 -0800
From: Anton <>
Subject: Re: No password hashes loaded - and the pwddump is the 
	same as others

yup, forgot to edit the config :)
Thanks again!

On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 9:10 AM, Solar Designer <> wrote:

> On Fri, Feb 19, 2010 at 08:37:14AM -0800, Anton wrote:
> > and i still get this, why it's not cracking all the passwords, primarily
> the
> > real one? When i do initial hashes cracking, it finishes up fine, and
> > returns me to the command prompt.
> So basically your complaint is that it cracks all of the LM hashes, but
> only some of the NTLM ones?  This usually indicates that you did not
> rename the [List.Rules:Wordlist] section to something else and the
> [List.Rules:NT] section to [List.Rules:Wordlist].  I've just tried
> following the instructions correctly and running JtR against your file,
> and indeed the NTLM hash for "brr" got cracked.  The password is
> "Duece27$".
> I used a newer version of JtR and I ran this on Linux, but that should
> not matter.  It is quite clear that the error was in your john.conf
> edits or in the lack thereof.  In newer versions of the jumbo patch, the
> "--rules" option accepts the section name, so editing john.conf is no
> longer required - but the build for Windows is not recent enough, which
> is why I've actually tested the procedure with the section rename.
> BTW, it'd be much more efficient to run JtR against all of your files at
> once, not against individual files one by one.
> Alexander

Kind Regards, Anton

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