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Date: Mon, 2 Aug 2010 09:52:04 -0400
From: Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: 1337 aka Leet Rules

>> r3member, rem3mber, rememb3r, r3memb3r, r3m3mber, rem3mb3r, r3m3mb3r
>
> Here's how you can do it:
>
> /e op3
> %2e op3 /e op[e3]
> %3e op3 %2e op[e3] /e op[e3]
> %4e op3 %3e op[e3] %2e op[e3] /e op[e3]

Thanks! This cracked many of the passes I failed to in the last audit,
I created
other rules that mirror this with o,i,a,s and g.
What is the best method to combine such rules, e.g.
%2e op3 /e op[e3] %2o op0 /o op[e0]
or is there a more efficient way to do this variation of leet replacement?
I'm sure my additional leet rules can be optimized as well?
....
l/a/e/l/o/ssa4se3sl1so0ss5
l/a/e/l/o/ssa4se3sl|so0ss5
l/a/e/l/o/ssa@...sl1so0ss$
l/a/e/l/o/ssa@...sl1so0ss5
I personally think they should be in the default rules list, but I'm biased :p

> Why, there should be no issue with that and no need to escape the
> exclamation point.  "si!" just works for me.
Yeah must of been a typo on my part, it seemed to come up only on
rules that were combination's like so0se3si!
I'm starting over from scratch now, I'll post back if I reproduce it :)
Thanks again, I had a great time with this contest, let me know
if there are any additional stats you want from me, I only ended up using
8 of my 14 available processors.
-rich

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