Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2012 09:16:31 -0500 From: Richard Miles <richard.k.miles@...glemail.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Two questions (or feature suggestion) about JTR usage. Hi I have two questions about general usage of JTR and I will be very thankful if you could give me proper solutions. a) I have a script (shell script) calling JTR, consequently I can't get progress updates pressing "enter" - the "enter" is sent to shell script and not to JTR. What can be done? There is a way or can you consider to add a option to automatic display progress on the screen between X minutes (defined by user)? For examples: john --wordlist=dict.txt --rules --format=netntlm --progress=5 This could automatically display the progress on the screen every 5 minutes. There is a chance? Or a workaround? b) I would like to execute my incremental tests always during 8 hours, nothing more and nothing less. There is a workaround to do it? As described above, should be nice to have a option to define for how long JTR will be running, example: john --incremental --format=netntlm --autokill=8 This will automatically finish JTR in a clean way on the specified time. This also may be helpful for statistics. Is it possible? Or there is a effective workaround? Thanks. Best regards.
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