Date: Wed, 8 Jul 2015 14:42:12 -0400 From: Mathieu Laprise <mathlaprise@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Johnny v2.0 released! Hello john-users, Johnny, the cross-platform GUI frontend for John The Ripper, got a reboot after more than 3 years of inactivity. It has been refactored from the ground up for better cross platform compatibility, multithreaded operation, upgraded looks, improved usability and extended JtR functionality coverage. New features include fork and OpenMP support for faster cracking. Manual password guessing via the Guess button. Also, for each hash, you'll see his format in the tableview. With session history and proper session preferences storage, you'll be able to reload any unfinished cracking session to resume your attack. Also, we added ability to set environment variables for each session directly in Johnny and french translation. We urge you to give it a spin and let us know what you think of it, what you like what you don't like, what works and what doesn't. We will pay close attention to your feedback and follow up with a new release. On our wiki, we provide an easy installer and a .dmg which has been tested on Windows 7 and up and OS X Mavericks and up. They may or may not work on older versions. For older version of the previous operating systems as well as flavors of Linux/BSD, source build is the best option. You have instructions in the Wiki and the INSTALL distfile http://openwall.info/wiki/john/johnny Johnny requires JtR to work. If you want to get access to all new features and bugfixes, we recommend compiling the latest 188.8.131.52-jumbo-1 release available at https://github.com/magnumripper/JohnTheRipper/releases/tag/184.108.40.206-jumbo-1. If you are a Windows user, you should compile John with Cygwin. On older version of john core and jumbo, you won't get proper John termination on Windows and the "show hash formats" feature. Last but not least, we added translation support to Johnny so if anyone would like to translate Johnny to its own language, it can be done easily without coding knowledge. At the moment, we only have french and english, contact me if you want to get involved in translation. Have a great day everyone!
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