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Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2014 18:02:40 -0400
From: KZug <>
Subject: Re: Many Problem's + Many Try's and no Soultion

Magnum, Adrian, 

Please don’t hate me …
any idea? 

iMac:run me$ ./john --format=sha512crypt-opencl /Ripper/hash/Adrian.txt 
Device 1: GeForce GT 750M
Building the kernel, this could take a while
Build log: Error getting function data from server
Error -11 building kernel. DEVICE_INFO=130
OpenCL error (CL_BUILD_PROGRAM_FAILURE) in file (common-opencl.c) at line (733) - (clBuildProgram failed.)

working fine on --format=sha512crypt


is  ?????"m\ZB:nG?4#53V8 .  including V8[space][dot]  a correct format? 

You’ve mentioned “i am using a password with 20 char.”  

This one has 22 characters with [space][dot]

On Apr 27, 2014, at 16:26, wrote:

> the password is ?????"m\ZB:nG?4#53V8 .
> the ? are symbols i forget
> i do not use any thing twice, there will be no second Z or #
> i make a wordlist with crunch
> make all possibilities with the string above and full charset (95)
> john tells me the hash is cryptet with sha512
> in john 1.7.9 jumbo
> Warning: detected hash type "sha512crypt", but the string is also recognized as "crypt"
> Use the "--format=crypt" option to force loading these as that type instead
> Loaded 1 password hash (sha512crypt [64/64])
> in john 1.8.0
> Loaded 1 password hash (crypt, generic crypt(3) [?/64])
> so i try with my wordlist following
> john --format=sha512crypt --wordlist:/path/to/mywordlist.lst /path/to/password.original
> the test runs for 5 days @ 1120 c/s with no result
> and the password should be inside this file because of all possibilities
> the file is 190GB big!
> edi:$6$7KtCcWOW$adi63VB.fDCJRfiAwrWbznGcjZGcW1MkCxeDcS5XdzfORoXAxy8nmjnPv5GbFkm/rHjKa7aqWJ3NVxTIe71PN/:1000:1000:Edi,,,:/home/edi:/bin/bash
> this is the original export of the unshadowed passwordfile
> maybe this can help

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