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Date: Sat, 17 Aug 2013 18:00:20 +0200
From: Sam <blue-t@....de>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Are BKS/Berkely -Keystores for Java supported yet?

Am 12.08.2013 18:56, schrieb Sam:
> Am 12.08.2013 13:17, schrieb Dhiru Kholia:
>> On 08/11/13 at 11:31am, Sam wrote:
>>> I am currently trying to estimate the security of an android
>>> application. The certificate which is used quite heavily in the
>>> application only is available as bks file which can''t be opened
>>> without password.
>>> http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E13214_01/wli/docs70/b2bsecur/keystore.htm
>>> Therefore my question, is it possible to use JtR for this process yet?
>> Hi Sam,
>>
>> From the link,
>>
>> "The WebLogic Keystore provider: Utilizes the JDK bundled Java KeyStore
>> (JKS) provider, which implements the keystore as a file".
>>
>> So, it seems that this format might be supported already.
>>
>> Can you please post a sample ".bks" file with a known password?
>>
>> --
>> Dhiru
> Ok here we go,
> sample bks keystore that includes the CharlesProxy Certificiate with
> "secret" as the password
>
> Sam
The Sample file was created with http://portecle.sourceforge.net/ in
case that helps to determine which encryption is used and and how to get
the hash.
Regards
Sam

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