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Date: Wed, 6 Mar 2013 21:47:21 +0100
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: SSHA512

On 6 Mar, 2013, at 1:04 , buawig <> wrote:

> Hash: SHA512
>> I followed the previous AIX SSHA512 discussion [1] and wanted to
>> add an additional info that [2] does also use (some kind of)
>> SSHA512 (and I would find it nice if john would support it).
> For a sample see [3] or [4]:
> {SSHA512}SCMmLlStPIxVtJc8Y6REiGTMsgSEFF7xVQFoYZYg39H0nEeDuK/fWxxNZCdSYlRgJK3U3q0lYTka3Nre2CjXzeNUjbvHabYP
> [3]
> [4]

Thanks. We don't support them yet; Please add a request to the top of I think this will be a walk in the park - unlike AIX and Cisco SHA2, I presume these are documented and use normal Base64.

FWIW we already support the {SSHA} (salted, single SHA1) LDAP format in --format:salted-sha1 (and an OpenCL version --format:nsldap-opencl).


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