Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2012 03:00:14 +0200 From: Paul van Hoven <paul.van.hoven@...glemail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Cracking Word files? Thanks for the additional help. I finally again had the time to play a little with office2john under ubuntu. As suggested by Solor I compiled office2john with the following: make clean linux-x86-64 make office2john A small hint: I had to replace mktemp by mkdtemp in office2john.c in order to get the file compiled. Now I got a working binary in the run folder. I created a MS Office 2008 for Mac (Version 12.2.0) document encrypted it with the simple password "password" and tried to decrypt it with office2john, this was the result: parallels@...ntu:~/Downloads/magnumripper-magnum-jumbo-47a6d4e/run$ ./office2john Usage: office2john OFFICE-2007-OR-2010-ENCRYPTED-FILE parallels@...ntu:~/Downloads/magnumripper-magnum-jumbo-47a6d4e/run$ ./office2john /media/psf/Home/Downloads/TestEncrypted.docx /media/psf/Home/Downloads/TestEncrypted.docx : office2johntNuMqb: File exists parallels@...ntu:~/Downloads/magnumripper-magnum-jumbo-47a6d4e/run$ So this might be due to fact that it is not a office 2007 or office 2010 file? I checked that in the file "password.lst" the password "password" is contained and also the file "password.lst" is included in the run folder. So am I doing something wrong here? 2012/7/10 Frank Dittrich <frank_dittrich@...mail.com>: > On 07/09/2012 11:04 PM, magnum wrote: >> Oh, I forgot to report this. I think you need to build john first. You >> can't build office2john after a "make clean". This should be fixed or >> documented. > > Fixing it may be hard, since you aso depend on arch.h. > And arch.h depends on what target you used when compiling john. > > I stumbled across this when I changed the line > office2john: > to > office2john: common.o base64.o > > So, the best you can do is probably a helpful error message. > > Frank
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