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Date: Sun, 15 May 2016 12:48:40 -0700
From: Dan Tentler <>
Subject: Re: noob question!

Ah - yep - adding --format=nt-opencl did the trick.

Good to know, thanks! And sorry for the poor ettiquite.


On 5/15/16 12:39 PM, Solar Designer wrote:
> Dan, all -
> "<anything> question" is never a descriptive message Subject, especially
> not on john-users.  Please use more specific Subject on further occasions
> (e.g., "how to use --show" or "issue with --show" would have been better).
> On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 12:03:41PM -0700, Dan Tentler wrote:
>> So, for the life of me, I can't figure out how to get ./john --show to
>> show me "user:passsword". It's showing me just the user.
>> I'm on a gig and I'm trying to import the cracked passwords into
>> metasploit - it looks like I'll have to write a little bash or python
>> script to tear out the hash and password from john.pot and merge it with
>> the input hash list file - I thought I'd ask here first to see if I was
>> just using john wrong (which is likely ;b)
> Normally, "--show" should in fact show both the usernames and the
> cracked passwords.  However, with so many formats supported in jumbo,
> including some that involve implicit encoding syntax conversion, things
> may sometimes be trickier.
> Please try including the "--format" option that you had used for
> password cracking also along with "--show".  Does this help?
> What format are you using?  What do the input file and john.pot file
> lines look like (for those specific hashes - just be sure to obfuscate
> the actual hashes and passwords before posting any samples)?
> Alexander

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