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Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 21:47:19 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: Creating Graphs from john.log

On 20 Dec, 2012, at 16:24 , Matt Weir <> wrote:
> How is that impacted as passwords are cracked. Let's say you are cracking 10
> passwords and you crack five of them really early. Do you still take
> the total number of guesses and divide it by 10? Or do you have to
> calculate the number of passwords cracked per step. Aka start out
> dividing by 10 until the first one is cracked, then divide any *new*
> guesses by 9, and so on.

It's the uncracked number. In my example, the first guess was after 41866110000/1500 candidates. The second was after 121446928728/1499 candidates and the third after 297817949400/1498...


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