Date: Tue, 14 Jan 2014 13:52:30 -0500 From: Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: JTR output? On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 1:43 PM, C GPS <nro117gm@...il.com> wrote: > and... it is correct that I set the password long ago and can't remember > what it was. I have an idea of several that it might be but so far none of > them has worked. It could be a combination of a couple of them. If so I > guess I would have to ask how to input those "likely" guesses or > combinations into the default wordlist for JTR so that it could try those > along with whatever other wordlists it uses... First, and just FYI, your current emails "Top Post". It makes it harder to read the thread outside of an email client, we like "inline" responses and comments to give the replys context. Yes the hash you have is "hard" to calculate, meaning slow :) I would make a txt file with whatever words or combinations of words you can remember. Then try using different rules on them. This could give you better results than using wordlists of other peoples passwords, but if you suspect your password could be one that someone else might have had or close to it, try those lists. Rockyou.txt is a great collection and you can find it all over, look at Skull Security when you search for it. ./john pass.txt -w=my_words.txt -rules=jumbo (if you have the latest jumbo version) Where pass.txt is you hash, and my_words.txt is the words or combinations you think it could be. John will not mix and match the words for you, I believe there are scripts that can, but you could sort of do it by hand as well if you only have a few you think it could be. JtR will only work on one word at a time in the list, so if it could be two of the words in the list, you should put them together on a line. password notagood notagoodpassword <--- -rich
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