Date: Wed, 9 May 2012 13:36:26 +0400 From: Aleksey Cherepanov <aleksey.4erepanov@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Aleksey's status report #2 I am sorry for a delay with this status report. In general I am far from my schedule at this time. I will fix it as soon as possible. Done > > - Draft implementation of client side > > > > To start development I need some more knowledge about possible architectures > > for proposed system. So I will learn more about tools like git and rsync and > > try to imagine full layout of things and to implement client side part > > (wrapper around john). I started draft implementation and already have empty wrapper. Further work is needed. > - Collaboration tools research I started reading on the topic and found that I missed some interesting points. For example important part of collaboration is a communication: during the contest we used mailing list and irc, I saw the system for that as a web ui with comments boards for each attack and global chat for talks not dedicated for particular attack, but reading make me think about video or audio conferencing. It seems strange for the contest environment but it could natural in a corporate environment of pentesting company. And of course different users would prefer different technologies so maybe it is more important to provide ability to integrate with communication software rather than to pull some in (also web ui is not a great thing for some users even if them use only chat). To do > - Fix markup on the wiki page > > - Keep and raise discussions > > - Synchronization mechanisms research > > - Draft implementation of client side > - Collaboration tools research > - Draft implementation of server side - Research possible statistics and their importance It is about things like time since the last cracked password: for incremental mode it could used to consider to stop that attack, but maybe average time per password for last N passwords would be better, would not it? Regards, Aleksey Cherepanov
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