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Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2016 18:13:06 -0800
From: Dan Tentler <dan@...nlabs.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: lost sparsebundle/timemachine credential

Hey, this is great!
This gets me part of / most of the way, so this is excellent!
Thanks! :D

As far as the masks go, can john take masks? I've never tried before.


On 1/24/16 5:53 PM, Rich Rumble wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 7:44 PM, Dan Tentler <dan@...nlabs.com> wrote:
>>  Lets say my password is "imadumbass123!!!", but I want to swap just the
>> exclamation points at the end for other symbols, the numbers for other
>> letters, or the word 'dumbass' for 'idiot' or another smaller dictionary of
>> options.. Is it possible to do something like
>>
>> ima$1123!!!
>> imadumbass$1!!!
>> imadumbass123$1
>>
>> where $1 would be either a mask (?d?d?d, ?s?s?s) or another smaller dict
>> file (selfdeprecationisfun.txt, which contains a variety of other words)
> Prince is close to what you want:
> http://www.openwall.com/lists/john-users/2015/06/11/1
> ./john hash.txt -prince=yourwords.txt -rules=single
> Where hash.txt is your hash, and yourwords are the words you think are
> likely. Rules can be any you devise or use the built-in ones. Nothing
> I am aware of for the wildcard other than using a bunch of literal
> masks.
> imadumbass?d?d?d!!!
> imadumbass?s?s?s!!!
> -rich


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