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Date: Tue, 26 Aug 2014 09:26:40 +0200
From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: zip archive password recovery

Basically you do it like this:

1. Install Cygwin or MinGW
2. Clone the bleeding-jumbo branch of the GitHub repo
3. In the src directory of that source tree, run this:
	./configure && make -sj4 install

The devil is in the details and I can't help you with them.

magnum


On 2014-08-26 09:04, 4yD1k 0 wrote:
> How i can build this working john-sse2i-omp.exe?
>
>
> 2014-04-23 14:58 GMT+04:00 Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com>:
>
>> $ ./john-sse2i-omp.exe zip-test.txt -w=password.lst -rules=single
>> -session=zip
>> Loaded 1 password hash (PKZIP [32/32])
>> Will run 16 OpenMP threads
>> Press 'q' or Ctrl-C to abort, almost any other key for status
>> 246              (try4.zip)
>> 1g 0:00:00:00 DONE (2014-04-23 06:57) 30.30g/s 1489Kp/s 1489Kc/s 1489KC/s
>> francoiS..chr
>>
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Apr 23, 2014 at 6:19 AM, Дмитрий Потамошнев <d.potam@...il.com
>>> wrote:
>>
>>> Yes, it was little archive. Now i re-try with 600KB archive and result is
>>> the same.
>>>
>>> http://speedy.sh/JGDMC/try4.zip
>>> password is 246
>>>
>>> the output of zip2john is:
>>>
>>>
>>>
>> try4.zip:$pkzip$3*1*1*2*8*c0*5c09*0a7cb5419667f3c025523812ec48fa72536a7fcca91429452241e0c058664a8f7223a063e0a8db9fbf774818a53111ecf236983061f2323098f9780296d2e8d8d7725139ff2c1a167752cce6de9377c6d5ea7b5833d2915f7134840d932e156dd5a035ba8e50c14e7ba033a35d50ec21afed7dfa40a953fa6c7ff6b7cdd340ae37ec50a32c0c1a54ae5c028228ba5f32308bab774eeae8be9093cb17c453a6d596822ab6e65e8e18bd36faf4b36e98d95224010f6fe0e20598210686f9be0978*1*2*8*c0*8aca*8ca1b3cd9a4a7a4faf7cad53d966cb3f5123879ae00fd002ffe02c37a6eacbcdc11845d5414702b11449647b6dc3373665369b4219bd08aa455b7a67016ec5c1cfe1ad091902bbb1a20542e0b03cfa250ccf622f669d3c60632ee5a11caa4cba534e73330a5d510abd51471da5649ea11cb7106f2f4b029f961b3771a704a09d43b171eebc54722abc63b7b5479399e5b888bd0f439b7204994e5cfa396969531e30cb869101be29a5a1200a4687ee1aae84dd79c4218643cfd3dbae2de77515*2*0*39*32*875db5a6*97298*2a*8*39*875d*73ea7a417e74f5f7a0513664b79e298579449d09ef2c7d7dfb128f0a82d9a841e20eab99960676f8fca386e29d38addadb121010c0d5055fca*$/pkzip$
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> 2014-04-23 13:11 GMT+04:00 magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>:
>>>
>>>> On 2014-04-23 10:49, Дмитрий Потамошнев wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> I trying to create zip archive via WinRar with simple pass such '123'.
>>>>> Then i try to zip2john utility on linux machine for create file with
>>> hash,
>>>>> but john not found pass for this hash=/.
>>>>>
>>>>> Is WinRAR's zip is constraints for john?
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Was this a very small archive? I know really tiny ones may be rejected.
>>>> Can you share the test archive with us, or the output of zip2john?
>>>>
>>>> magnum
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>
>


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