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Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2014 13:30:55 -0800
From: C GPS <>
Subject: Re: How to use Wordlists with John The Ripper

What excellent instruction. Thank you.
It seems to be loaded.

I got to:
:run L7$ ls -l john


-rwxr-xr-x  1 L7  staff  2869952 Jan 12 13:22 john

I also then ran

cd ../run

./john --test

and it went through a whole series of Benchmarking.

So.. I think it's native.

On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 12:44 PM, Frank Dittrich <
> wrote:

> On 01/12/2014 08:48 PM, C GPS wrote:
> > One final question and thanks for all of your help thus far.  I've
> learned
> > a lot with this thread.
> >
> > What disambiguated hash did you load? In other words I know one doesn't
> > load the long form hash as I entered it above, and the disambiguations
> I've
> > come up with seem to be incorrect. Can you tell me the short form you
> > entered?
> Your Pro version will not load this hash at all.
> On he other hand, the latest development snapshot
> will load the hash exactly in that long form you posted in your previous
> mail.
> But that means, you'll have to download and build the latest development
> snapshot from the link Solar gave you, beacause support of that hash
> type has only recently been added to the (upcoming) JtR-jumbo version:
> This will provide a compressed tar archive from the latest available
> development version.
> Currently the file is named
> magnumripper-JohnTheRipper-1.8.0-4923-g9aaa81d.tar.gz, but the g.......
> part will change when someone changes the source code.
> So, in case of problems, you might to remember and report that name.
> Then we'll know exactly what version you downloaded.
> After downloading, this file has to be extracted:
> tar xvzf magnumripper-JohnTheRipper-1.8.0-4923-g*.tar.gz
> (I used the * wildcard here, so that it will work for any filename
> following that pattern.)
> Then, cd into the new directory, and further down into the src directory:
> cd magnumripper-JohnTheRipper-*/src
> Then
> make macosx-x86-64-native
> Then
> cd ../run
> Then
> ls -l john
> If building the latest development version worked, you'll see the new
> john binary here.
> If not, then may be there's something missing in your build environment.
> Feel free to ask for help if anything goes wrong in the process.
> Frank

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