Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2011 23:56:48 +0100 From: Frank Dittrich <frank_dittrich@...mail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Couple of questions regarding rules (preprocessor) and truncation Am 18.03.2011 20:46, schrieb magnum: > Here's a cut down version of a rule line I experiment with: > > [List.Rules:T1] > >[2-9A-Z] '\p[2-9A-Z] A[0z]"1234" > Try this instead: '-M>[2-9A-Z]'\p[2-9A-Z]QAz"1234" or just '-M'[2-9A-Z]QAz"1234" or (depending on your needs) '*M>[2-9A-Z] '\p[2-9A-Z]QAz"1234" or just '*M'[2-9A-Z]QAz"1234" For A0"1234", you could use these 2 lines A0"1234" A0"1234"'*M>[2-9A-Z]'\p[2-9A-Z]Q1234 Because for DES, I wouldn't want to try: 1234longcand 1234longcan 1234longca 1234longc But if you have longcand1 and longcand2 in your word list, you'd still produce duplicates. Frank
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