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Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2014 19:52:42 +0000 (UTC)
From: Jasper <iteks@....com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Need help cracking the hash output from dmg2john

I am not a hacker/cracker, well the second is debatable since I am white.
But please forgive my ignorance or lack of proper vernacular that you pros use.
I am computer literate, 
done some web programming and network admin and I'm a quick learner.
However, this cracking stuff is certainly not in my area of knowledge. 
Please help, I think I'm off to a 
good start already.

Heres the deal.

Forgot the pw of a secured DMG.

I have a few ideas of some string combos.

First, I used JTR and dmg2john to get a dmg.txt hash file.

Now, I want to apply what I know of the pw to a wordlist dict and/or rules. 
I think it would be best to use a combinator attack, 
but I don't see how JTR allows the use of 2 lists. 
If JTR can do this please advise. 
If not, then it'd be great if I could generate a single list 
from the 2 lists that would normally be used as a combinator attack.

Here's what I know so far:
1. There is a alpha word between 4 and 7 chars 
     (I have some possibles in mind).
2. There is a separator between 1 and 3 chars 
     (i.e. 1 char space containing a single number from 0-9 
     or 3 char spaces with space 1 and 3 containing "+" with 
     a number ranging from 0-9 in the middle).
3. There is a final word between 4 and 6 chars 
     (I have some possibles in mind).

In theory the first wordset is in a wordlist-1.txt, 
the second wordset is in a wordlist-2.txt and the 
separator could be written as an incremental rule.

I may be way off track and you all might be peeing your pants laughing, 
however, I just need your help. 
Tell me what to do or what you think should be done.

Thanks in advance guys.

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