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Date: Tue, 09 Jun 2015 23:01:42 +0200
From: magnum <john.magnum@...hmail.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: How to obtain a hash - manually

On 2015-06-08 21:43, Frank Spierings wrote:
> A lot of the hash extraction tools don't always work. Incompatible PCAP's,
> new versions of software, compilation of the tool fails, etc, etc... So I
> figured, why not start with the bare minimum. Extract hashes as manually as
> possible. Most of the time its hard to find out how to obtain the hash.
> Reversing the original extraction tool is an option. Reading RFC's, which I
> don't really enjoy.
>
> So do you know how to obtain a certain type of hash, with a minimum of
> tooling (e.g: Wireshark, gdb, hexeditor). Please let me know. I hope to
> collect them and add them in something like this:
> https://github.com/FrankSpierings/Get-Hash-Manual
>
> Also, if you think my idea is stupid, don't hesitate to shoot it down. I
> would, however, like to hear either good arguments why it is stupid, or
> hear a better solution.

This is a good idea, for many reasons. Perhaps it should just be a 
page/section on the Openwall wiki? http://openwall.info/wiki/

If you keep it in your GitHub repo, we should at least link to it from 
the wiki.

magnum

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