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Date: Tue, 25 Aug 2015 19:25:28 +0200
From: newangels newangels <>
Subject: Re: Re: Johnny v2.2 released!

A big Big Thank you to Shinnok & Mathieu for this update ! Love to use your
tool on MAC !

2015-08-24 21:41 GMT+02:00 Mathieu Laprise <>:

> I'd like to thanks Shinnok and all other people on the john-dev list that
> helped me this summer in my GSOC project.
> On Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 3:31 PM, Mathieu Laprise <>
> wrote:
> > Hello john-users,
> >
> > In the last 3 weeks, Shinnok and I worked hard to give you a new update
> to
> > mark the end of GSOC and the beginning of school. During this summer,
> > Johnny development went from being dead for 3 years to getting 3 new
> > releases with cool new features, a lot of code refactoring, improvements,
> > more platforms support and bug fixes. We are proud of that.
> >
> > Here is what's new in the v2.2 release:
> > * Support for the new powerful jumbo attack modes : markov, prince, mask
> and loopback to help you get better cracking results.
> > * Support for opening many new password file formats. You can now
> convert them to john format and open them in Johnny with our *2john
> support. It requires python and perl installed on your system.
> > * Export the password table view to CSV and colon separated password
> format.
> > * Validate JtR path and show JtR version.
> > * Various bug fixes
> >
> > On our wiki, <
>>wiki/john/johnny <
>>, 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. It's pretty easy !
> >
> > If you want to see the complete progress for our 3 versions this summer,
> look at the changelog of v2.0, v2.1 and v2.2 :
> . Also, you can
> tell us your feedback in this thread, they are valuable to us.
> >
> > Johnny requires JtR to work. If you want to get access to all new
> features and bugfixes, we recommend compiling the latest
> release available at
> 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.
> >
> >

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