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Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2014 12:00:44 -0800
From: "" <>
Subject: Re: How to use Wordlists with John The Ripper

Wow.  Apologies for causing such an uproar gentlemen.  
Yes, I am less than basic you are correct. 
I did read the DOC file.  I did read the openwall instructions. 

I simply didn't understand the process. Pasting those phrases into the terminal or what. 
If I read something and don't understand it - am I off base to ask people who know more than me? 

I'll figure it out. Sorry to have asked the wrong questions. I thought that was the point of this resource. 

Thanks for your input. 

On Jan 11, 2014, at 1:13 AM, newangels newangels wrote:

> I am also a Mac User & i have to Agreed with Magnum, all the detail's
> from new to advanced is clearly mentioned on the DOC folder.
> your request is not a Basic request is less than that ! you just have
> to take time to focus on the doc files & you get your answer as well !
> Anyway, i reply to your question, but please next time, read the doc file !
> Or on the main page of JTR =
> than =
> Than =
> than = john --wordlist=password.lst --rules mypasswd
> & without the rules = john --wordlist=password.lst  mypasswd
> Regards,
> Don
> 2014/1/11, <>:
>> Well..  I did see information in README but I was not able to understand how
>> to do it.
>> On Jan 10, 2014, at 9:52 PM, magnum wrote:
>>> On 2014-01-10 18:07, "L. CEDEƑO" wrote:
>>>> I have not installed John The Ripper on my system: OS X 10.9.1.
>>>> Instead I have downloaded JTR into my downloads folder and using it
>>>> through terminal to attempt cracking a properly formatted password
>>>> hash. The terminal input I use is: ./run/john sha1.txt
>>>> Can I utilize additional wordlists while using JTR in this manner and
>>>> if so; how?
>>> If you can't find the answer to that question within the first 10 lines of
>>> doc/README I think you need to rephrase.

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