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Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2010 20:08:17 +0300
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: auditing passwords of remote Linux servers


On Wed, Mar 10, 2010 at 01:49:02PM +0100, Lee Hambley wrote:
> Thanks again for great writing resources!

You're welcome, although I would appreciate feedback that is more
specific and/or more useful to other john-users members.

For example, you could mention how the wiki article is of specific
relevance to your current or intended use of JtR, specific things you've
learned from the article, your experience with using a similar or a
relevant approach (e.g., c/s rate improvement achieved by going from
auditing the password files one-by-one to auditing all of them at once).
That's just some examples - your actual feedback could be entirely
different.  My point is that specific and/or useful feedback is more
desirable than a simple "thanks" posting.  Not only on this occasion and
as it relates to this wiki article I wrote, but in general.



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