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Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2013 11:23:57 -0400
From: kzug <kzug10@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Help a newbie to crack a password


Geez!  That was fast! 
Good job Rich! 



> alohomora
> is the pass I got.
> 
> 
> On Sat, Aug 17, 2013 at 9:43 AM, kzug <kzug10@...il.com> wrote:
> 
>>> Ps: If you want to give it a try, password is 9 char long:
>>> 
>>> 
>> password.7z:$7z$0$19$0$1122$8$d45ab95ccf36959f0000000000000000$2667966977$160$147$6637afa01733dc9b036d4e19deeda192c538f4ca6265bac03820a3589c38428dcc304dfded60cca9af4895f3f3a04698759e56ab57fef0d4314981677104e83b06bbf30ae27fbb4545d4f9528190a1b433811bc5dc529bcd4f896ed12e4d6f106c2161eb932322a0c413a833c5d16707e98ee9d33c52fc170579b3786a615f71508f8c0a8af2f04e7fd7c4224f2000353b28e1b0b5858545af19b90cf5138514
>> 
>> Victor,
>> Based on your last name,  is there a possibility that the password could
>> contain something else than english characters?   things such as:
>> œ,è,é,ê,ç,ï   A.K.A French accented letters
>> Is that all you know about the password?  9 char long?
>> Do you know if it has signs and/or numbers and/or upper and/or lower case
>> letters?
>> Do you know any strings in it? or patterns?  i.e  "word"+"numbers"
>> What's your speed on your machine(s)?  (iMac?/MBP? )   speed as  p/s or c/s
>> 
>> K.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> On SaturdayAug 17, 2013, at 1:40 AM, Victor wrote:
>> 
>>> Oops, my mistake :-)
>>> Yes i'm trying to crack a 7z. I copy pasted the wrong part in terminal (i
>>> took the wrong file to drag en drop in terminal for this to happen). But
>> i
>>> had the same result with .7z
>>> 
>>> Now, thanks to you I have the Hashes, AWESOME :-)
>>> I'll keep you update.
>>> Thank you sooooo much.
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Ps: If you want to give it a try, password is 9 char long:
>>> 
>>> 
>> password.7z:$7z$0$19$0$1122$8$d45ab95ccf36959f0000000000000000$2667966977$160$147$6637afa01733dc9b036d4e19deeda192c538f4ca6265bac03820a3589c38428dcc304dfded60cca9af4895f3f3a04698759e56ab57fef0d4314981677104e83b06bbf30ae27fbb4545d4f9528190a1b433811bc5dc529bcd4f896ed12e4d6f106c2161eb932322a0c413a833c5d16707e98ee9d33c52fc170579b3786a615f71508f8c0a8af2f04e7fd7c4224f2000353b28e1b0b5858545af19b90cf5138514
>> 
>> 

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