Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2010 00:53:45 +0300 From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: generate passwords with wDDDwDDD template On Mon, Mar 08, 2010 at 12:07:18AM +0300, Gogol Bordello wrote: > I am novice to JtR and I am little bit in stuck with JtR rules. I would > like to generate a passwords list with wDDDwDDD template, where 'w' is a > [a-Z] and 'D' is a [0-9]. That's not what the rules are for. The rules accept a wordlist (or per-user info such as usernames) and "mangle" it. What you ask for is currently best achieved by modifying the KnownForce external mode sample in the default john.conf. I've attached the modified sample to this message. I've also attached it in the form of a patch against the original john.conf (from JtR 1.7.5) just to illustrate what was changed. You may invoke this external mode with: john --external=KnownForce --stdout Indeed, you'd specify password hash files instead of "--stdout", or you'd specify an output file (in case you want to use the resulting list with a program other than JtR, and that program somehow cannot read from a pipe). The list will occupy over 24 disk-GB or almost 23 GiB assuming Unix linefeeds. You probably do not want to actually save it to disk. > I also wish to know how to generate the full > list of words where each word is 8 symbols in length and word contains > at least one digit or word. You need to start by defining and explaining this fully. The description above is not clear enough. Alexander View attachment "KnownForce-wDDDwDDD" of type "text/plain" (2126 bytes) View attachment "KnownForce-wDDDwDDD.diff" of type "text/plain" (1548 bytes)
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