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Date: Mon, 28 Apr 2014 00:49:28 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Re: Many Problem's + Many Try's and no Soultion

i cant logg in as user root, he is disabled
Ubuntu standard, everthing runs with SUDO

so if i cant logg in as user, i cant reset the password

and i do allways reply
make right klick on the mail i become and go on "reply"

>---- Original Message ----
>From: Solar Designer <>
>Sent: Mo, Apr 28, 2014, 2:35 AM
>Subject: Re: [john-users] Many Problem's + Many Try's and no Soultion
>On Mon, Apr 28, 2014 at 12:23:14AM +0000, wrote:
>> yes, i do allways reply,
>No, as far as I'm aware most of your messages are not technically
>"replies".  Just take a look:
>You've just started yet another new thread here. :-(
>Yet somehow some of your older messages were replies, so you were able
>to do this correctly.
>Also, can you please configure your mail client to use the traditional
>Re: instead of the Aw:?  Otherwise we may end up having lots of Aw/Re
>intermixed in Subject lines, if people don't remove the extra Aw: when
>replying to your postings.
>> butt i delete the message inside the mail
>This does not affect threading, but it'd be better if you use inline
>> the f % w was the first ones in the password
>> butt maybe not in this order
>> yes, if there is a } there will no other []{
>> butt i dont know witch one
>OK.  That's extremely helpful.
>> i cant reset the password because root is
>> autoscramblet (disabled) by default
>This doesn't make sense.  You can just go ahead and reset the password.
>> in the post one year ago
>> i want to post the password
>> butt the mailing list delete anything after f&w
>Normally, messages don't get truncated.  There must have been something
>weird about the way you sent yours.
>> should i now use 1.7.9 or 1.8?
>> meaning about the option fork
>This is the least of your worries.  First, you probably don't need to be
>cracking that password.  If you insist on cracking it, you need to focus
>on reducing the keyspace, by communicating all of the info you have to
>JtR, such as by means of a more complicated external mode.  And if that's
>still not enough, then run the attack using bleeding-jumbo on GPUs.

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