Date: Sun, 19 Dec 2010 16:42:54 -0600 From: James Nobis <quel@...lrod.net> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: hmailserver patch -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Hi all, I wrote a quick patch to support http://www.hmailserver.com/ password hashes and it is already available on the wiki http://openwall.info/wiki/john/patches. The format is straight forward enough as noted at http://www.hmailserver.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=97515#p97515. A fairly simple salt format concatenated with the password and a single sha256 of the result. The patch just uses openssl/sha.h so there are not any optimizations. I do not even know who uses this mail server but a friend of mine apparently encounters enough to have it setup in his lab for testing and security auditing. I had some free time waiting for a server to be moved and this is the product. It passes -test and I tried a few short runs successfully. Per the notes about how to post your patches I'm attaching the ascii diff as well. James Nobis quel -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.9 (GNU/Linux) iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJNDopuAAoJEGUWgJyjXssuB/IQAI/uudH2UQzR580hiDtaYvPp Aoicuqu01EpWlg9e4wWdBaJ+8YeQvhBgvyKHGF/sBl+og8QX0Ti8mOjX1wl13d5A 0qpzHSwwvK31y11azGJG20Ar/p3dpKWIe6chxbXjaVv3nk24HyibH4VH68TMH6Pw CTvLzaIGkOAm2XZtZQrlaORjEAYeW54X2tODs1H6BvPumjpYhOx94OApuoshimQQ /6smB5pPh7O7dF4Wj0Q71Irm6HAWhrvYGrIHTblPHutqyhshJTkVqBcazpGYexrq VRx83xMVbCnaEjiauedE4HfrA06aVy+WSdsFrDuWoh4gVMsOKJypQmyUQcP9lIWG jPH4nLNbU0TATQqdGvMlokaX7euz2c9cCRDKgZ6AEXaeQQhGkJuD11lPEWZ41fcx 5qDlNnhj7XchcQIdDFFA3MT3oK4Y+t3SnumCph9qo9PvdeKzqFGcXC/l1xGii4gn KITpY1/NAj9a9vQ5r9fZH+pttz8eviwdWIxU7CrGIUerho/+SOp5kWTRKgh/+jWm sgac6v8cApLnyzl8Rt0W5kJUggVH/mlFxdCgU6nnNmONExxB45rfp+D5gBnsGimS 4NdRBQRFFlRyAqQRpoo3Q/+zynSYBm+4e+VHEzse+DI7IY/WtJzPM2Kkti1Zc3MT mGWJ14o/dZT8hj8VqH5j =QjB3 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- View attachment "john-1.7.6-hmailserver-01.diff" of type "text/x-diff" (8024 bytes)
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