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Date: Sat, 27 Sep 2014 02:38:26 +0200
From: magnum <>
Subject: Re: john --show

That RPM/version should not have any such bug. The only reason I can 
think of is your input file has a mix of formats.



To crack all of them, you need to run raw-md5 and raw-sha1 separately. 
But this also goes for -show. To see all cracks you'd need to run 
"./john -show -format:raw-md5" and then "./john -show -format:raw-sha1".

The same is also true for pwdump-style input files. They (often) contain 
both LM and NT hashes (on each line!), so to see both you need to run 
-show with each of those formats given as --format option.

If this is not it, I think you need to give more detail.


On 2014-09-27 00:45, Dan Tentler wrote:
> [root@...alhost run]# ./john
> John the Ripper password cracker, ver: 1.7.9-jumbo-5 [linux-x86-64]
> Copyright (c) 1996-2011 by Solar Designer and others
> I downloaded the RPM directly from the site. Not my 'regular box', this
> one is some client VM they gave me - rhel 6.5.
> -Dan
> On 9/25/14 2:33 AM, magnum wrote:
>> On 2014-09-25 06:54, Dan Tentler wrote:
>>> So I noticed that doing john --show doesn't show everything - it seems
>>> to only show 'cracked' passwords, not passwords that were something like
>>> 'the username is the password'.
>>> In this example there are a bunch of passwords that are super simple,
>>> and they don't appear to all show up - ~100 or so of them are 'mailbox'
>>> - meaning 100 accounts with the password mailbox, but when I do john
>>> --show only one example of it appears in the output..
>>> To get a full list (to feed to a tool like pipal or something) I'd have
>>> to do a bunch of hack and slash command line stuff to map the john.pot
>>> file to the pwdump file so i can get a user:pass mapping for every
>>> entry.
>>> Is this the new functionality, or have I have I found a bug?
>> That would be a bug! What format is this? What version of John are you
>> using?
>> magnum

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