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Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2011 19:45:14 +0200
From: "websiteaccess@...il.com" <websiteaccess@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: IPB2 and syntax - same question but still confuse


> You may try an older version.  If you're able to show that one version
> loads the file and the other doesn't, when invoked in exactly the same
> way, we'll have something to look into.
> 
> Thanks,

 The syntax I use with IPB2 format is user[TAB]hash$salt
 Same hashlist for both test.

user	[TAB]md5_gen(12)6e8bb151fbed7cee93acf6b0288c79a7$r{)<|
user1[TAB]md5_gen(12)065922ec6a4dac039ba2eeb9138baa98$RE(P@
user2[TAB]md5_gen(12)83718372e57f2f6bec4c18375da112a3$})2aZ
user3[TAB]md5_gen(12)1214f2d9b27f698fd9463524eb8b004d$.hVe/
user4[TAB]md5_gen(12)afaec6708fae3dcfa0077b44546bda0b$xg?>d



 I have tested the following hashes with "1.7.6-jumbo-9 with -omp-des-7 
build for Mac OS X (Universal)" by Erik Winkler   and "John the Ripper 
1.7.7-jumbo-6" ( compiled myself)
 
 ----- With 1.7.6-jumbo-9 -----
iMac-de-xxx-xx:run xxxxx$ ./john -i:all test.txt 
-field-separator-char="        "       <--- between "  " = [TAB]
using field sep char '	' (0x09)
Loaded 5 password hashes with 5 different salts ( md5_gen(12): 
md5(md5($s).md5($p))  (IPB)  [md5-gen 64x1])
guesses: 0  time: 0:00:00:15  c/s: 3126K  trying: bmca45 - bmcrfY
guesses: 0  time: 0:00:00:18  c/s: 3116K  trying: pufnez - pufnas
Session aborted


---- John the Ripper 1.7.7-jumbo-6 ---- I have renamed john to john64 
(because compiled in x64 mode)
iMac-de-xxx-xx:run xxxxx$ ./john64 -i:all test.txt 
-field-separator-char="      "   <--- between "  " = [TAB]
using field sep char '	' (0x09)
No password hashes loaded (see FAQ)
iMac-de-xxx-xx:run xxxxx$ 


 Something do not works with John the Ripper 1.7.7-jumbo-6

 Thanks for your support.

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