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Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2014 16:39:20 +0200
From: "-.-PhanTom-.-" <>
Subject: Re: Re: [Suspected Junk Mail] JTR rules

On 15-04-2014 23:07, magnum wrote:
> On 2014-04-15 22:58, -.-PhanTom-.- wrote:
>> I was thinking if it was possible to add the functionality to JTR that
>> outputs a second log file, which essentially lists the rules used in an
>> attack and counts how many passwords each rules decrypted? (And perhaps
>> also list the rules that were rejected.)
>> ideally with an option to specify the sort option for the output, to
>> either sort by rule "name" or the count of decrypted passes
> The current log file basically does shos all of that. Except for one 
> thing: If your format loads eg. 1024 hashes at a time and cracks them 
> in parallel, those 1024 rules might span several rules. The log file 
> illustrates this, best-effort, using wording like "last rule currently 
> in use" at times.
> To get it more exact than that, we'd need to sacrifice performance. 
> And actually I did add such an option to Jumbo years ago. With some 
> (or a lot of) performance penalty, you can get a 1:1 mapping in the 
> log file using the option "--mkpc=1". You probably also want to set 
> LogCrackedPasswords=Y in john.conf.
> magnum
Ah ok, thanks.

Then I just need to find a way to count how many passes are cracked per rule

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