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Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2014 08:00:35 -0400
From: Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Reverse the rec file from log?

I lost power at just the right time and my Rec files are 1k of null bytes,
is is possible to approximate a rec file from the log file?
I have my command-line saved in my history so I know what wordlists and
rules were being used, but it was 9 days into quite a few sessions:
9:05:03:40 - Rule #2541: 'l Az"886" <+' accepted as 'lAz"886"<+'
9:05:07:59 - Rule #2542: 'l Az"887" <+' accepted as 'lAz"887"<+'
9:05:12:16 - Rule #2543: 'l Az"888" <+' accepted as 'lAz"888"<+'
9:05:16:38 - Rule #2544: 'l Az"889" <+' accepted as 'lAz"889"<+'
That is the last few entries of one .log file. Even if it's off + or -1 day
it'd be better than starting over :) I'm trying my "undelete" utilities
right now, but I was curious if there might be a way to "fake" it just in
case.
Thanks!
-rich

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