Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2014 03:21:38 -0800 From: C GPS <nro117gm@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: How to use Wordlists with John The Ripper Thanks very much. All information is useful and I am taking the advice to read. Reading right now as a matter of fact. Best Wishes and thanks again. On Sun, Jan 12, 2014 at 2:59 AM, newangels newangels < contact.newangels@...il.com> wrote: > Hi, > > Ok, to clarify some things ; > > 1/ first ; I didn't want to offense you, in the case i do i > appologize, i just be a little bit "rude" front the first question > > I agreed, any one can ask & got the reply he expected & wait about. > > But i personaly be in the same configuration than you more than 17 > years a go & i didn't find anyone ( in this century.....today is > better i agreed ) who help me, + without speaking a word of English. > At this time, seem the "cracking scene" is composed by Elite guy's > only.... > > After a ton on brain storming & help crying to a lot of ppl, the > Answer's be allways near my eyes, so i read & finaly practice & read & > practice & that worked as well... > > Time change & today is more open mind & Knowledges sharing & i am > happy to see that.... > > So, without any "rude" volonty, & again trust me = all the question > you can have are already in the doc folder. > > Regards, > > Don > > Ps: to reply to your last error message : > > FIRST = the wordlist have to be on the SAME folder than "John" OR you > have to fill the path where the file are, but generaly put the WL on > the same folder...& for sure the Hashes list also ! > > Now , your command : > > john password_sha1.txt -w=password.lst > stat: password_sha1.txt: No such file or directory > > & like other guy's say uper : > > ./john -w=MyWordList.txt MyHashList.txt > > -w = is the option you past to say to John to use wordlist MODE, but > this syntax can be plain = --wordlist= > > For sha1 hashes, & if john dond't regonized them ( in your case he > just run LM format who are not the format of the hashes you exepcted > to crack), just force the syntax by = --format=raw-sha1 > > also, just type "./john" to get all the avaible option & help > > 2014/1/12, NRO117@...il.com <nro117gm@...il.com>: > > I really appreciate your input and guidance. I'm reading more on command > > line right now. > > > > Meanwhile I attempted as described below. My results were as follows: > > _____ > > > > john password_sha1.txt -w=password.lst > > stat: password_sha1.txt: No such file or directory > > _____ > > > > sha1.txt being the hash I am attempting to decrypt > > password.lst being the wordlist I am attempting to use > > > > I then entered the following with results below: > > _____ > > > > john password_sha1.txt -w=password.lst > > Loaded 2 password hashes with no different salts (LM DES [128/128 BS > SSE2]) > > _____ > > > > Does that look right? (no different salts included?) > > > > Thanks again. Making progress. > > > > > > On Jan 11, 2014, at 7:39 PM, Rich Rumble wrote: > > > >> On Sat, Jan 11, 2014 at 10:25 PM, NRO117@...il.com <nro117gm@...il.com> > >> wrote: > >>> Just in case it matters: > >>> > >>> I read the DOC, as well as the options list in the terminal after > opening > >>> JTR Pro. > >>> > >>> I entered into terminal: john --wordlist=password.lst > >>> (as specified in the DOC) > >>> > >>> The result returned in terminal was: Password files required, but none > >>> specified > >>> > >> Most people start with john then password_hashes > >> john password_hashes.txt > >> That will go through 3 modes, single, wordlist and then incremental > >> > >> if you want to use wordlist only (change password.lst to any > >> dictionary you have) > >> john password_hashes.txt -w=password.lst > >> > >> wordlist with rules (they are named in john.conf) > >> john password_hashes.txt -w=password.lst -rules=single > >> john password_hashes.txt -w=password.lst -rules=jumbo > >> john password_hashes.txt -w=password.lst -rules=wordlist > >> > >> incremental only (read the MODES file) > >> john password_hashes.txt -i > >> john password_hashes.txt -i=alpha > >> john password_hashes.txt -i=alnum > >> john password_hashes.txt -i=all > >> > >> external modes > >> john password_hashes.txt -external=keyboard > >> > >> It really is a simple syntax, if you've ever used a command line > >> program before it's not that hard. I hope you can see how to apply the > >> features/switches now. Some are mutually exclusive, and JtR will tell > >> you there is an error in you CLI. > >> -rich > > > > >
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