Date: Mon, 13 Jul 2015 14:47:00 +0200 From: newangels newangels <contact.newangels@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Johnny v2.0 released! Dear Mathieu First of all, thank you for the Binaries, specialy & for my own case = for OSX Mavericks Second, MERCI pour le Français ( thank you for the French translation ). Happy i am, i've got all_in_one = OSX + French Now my first report ( i have more to add, but first the issues i find ). Based on the OSX Binaries & on Mavericks with the last JTR - JUMBO By Magnum I put the app directly on the /run folder I set as well the settings, for the wl path etc.... 1/ Once i load my hash list, how i can delete / remove the list for the password area ? the only way i find is to quit the app & re_launch, because any del Button do not make the job. 2/ Concern the Wordlist tab, near the "RULES" i haven't any area to type the name i want to run with this option ( --rules=myrules ), maybe another way to select the rules i want to run ? 3/ Concern incremental mode / tab = I make a custome charset who be build with my big John.pot, i name it "allnumspace2" the size of the carset file ( .chr ) is 4,3 Mo, maybe is to big to be loaded by johnny ? i try other charset ( customs one's ) that's work as well. I have other issues on some session who are stoped at 20/30 % of the process in the default mode ( i know as John do usualy, = Single, Wordlist & incremental ) , i test it with fast hash ( raw-md5 without salts ) & easy pass/ guess, can be cracked quickly with incremental mode...( because i test on JTR - terminal before johnny.... but i need to test again with other hashes...before be sure is an real issue.... i will asap report once i finish my tests. Thank you in advance for your attention & time & sorry for my bad English speaking... Regards, Don 2015-07-08 20:42 GMT+02:00 Mathieu Laprise <mathlaprise@...il.com>: > Hello john-users, > > . 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. > > >
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