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Date: Tue, 16 Aug 2011 09:37:42 -0400
From: Chao Mu <chao.mu@...orcrash.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Display Cracked Hashes for a Specific Session

If one just appends to john.pot wouldn't they be risking introducing
duplicates?
On Aug 16, 2011 9:30 AM, "JimF" <jfoug@....net> wrote:
> From: "firstname lastname" <psykosonik_frequenz@...oo.com>
>
>
>>I have a question regarding how to display cracked hashes for a specific
>>session.
>>
>> Let's say, I am cracking a hash file called hashes.txt.
>>
>> I run 3 sessions against it with 3 different rules as follows:
>>
>> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule1 --session=cracking1 hashes.txt
>> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule2 --session=cracking2 hashes.txt
>> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule3 --session=cracking3 hashes.txt
>
> Change the above to this:
>
> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule1 --session=cracking1 -pot=sess1.pot
> hashes.txt
> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule2 --session=cracking2 -pot=sess1.pot
> hashes.txt
> ./john -w:wordlist.txt --rules=rule3 --session=cracking3 -pot=sess1.pot
> hashes.txt
>
> When done, do cat sess1.pot >> john.pot & cat sess2.pot >> john.pot & cat
> sess3.pot >> john.pot.
>
> Then
>
> ./john -show -pot=sess1.pot hashes.txt
> ./john -show -pot=sess2.pot hashes.txt
> ./john -show -pot=sess3.pot hashes.txt
>
> Within the .pot file, there is no information about session number.
> However, if you specify the pot file to write to, and it is different than

> john.pot, then you are providing the grouping information needed.
>
> Jim.
>

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