Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 20:37:32 +0000 (UTC) From: Donovan <contact.newangels@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: More Length in Jumbo 5 on Mac Solar Designer <solar@...> writes: > For incremental mode and versions of JtR currently released, you can > only go up to length 9 without having to limit the character set. For > length 10, you have to use a range of up to 84 ASCII codes. For length > 13, you can do 26 ASCII codes (such as either lowercase or uppercase > letters). > > If you need to go beyond length 9 with incremental mode, you'll have to > use separate builds of JtR for this, with settings as shown in the > posting you referenced above. > > BTW, your reference to LanMan doesn't make sense here, because this hash > type is limited to length 7 anyway (for the halves). > > That's impossible without code changes. > > > This will be possible in future versions of JtR, and we've tried it out > in the contest, but you can't do it with the released code. > > Alexander > Hello Alexander, Thanks a lot for your reply, ok it was i think also after trying a lot of tests this week end by modify the charset & Parameter files & finaly compiled many times but unfortunately that's don't work...( that's work on one for sure, like your advices & explain) Ok, i understand the fact to modify the parameter.h file one by one for each mode....one for the Lanman , one for alpha, alnum, digits, All, that make 5 versions of JTR for uper than 10 char's...ok, i see & understand. Anyway, it was an good week end practice & tests !! ;-) I hope an new build come asap with this new Improvements cause this last days with the news Algo's like md5_gen & other SHA-X who appear with an lot of pass uper than 8 char's... Thanks again Alexander for all your effort's , really appreciated, Regards, Donovan
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