Date: Tue, 20 Dec 2016 10:15:56 +0630 From: Xender Cage <cybercooo@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: Bruteforce auto-generated md5crypt Thanks for the reply, Rich and Darren. I think, dump-force is the best suitable options for me. How do I force john to switch to "dump-force" mode? The Incremental doesn't suit in this case, because as I said it first use the word-list and make a hybrid attack first. It is "$john --incremental mypasswd". On Tue, Dec 20, 2016 at 3:57 AM, Darren Rhodes <darren@...neo.co.uk> wrote: > > Hi Xender, > The brute force mode is actually called incremental mode > > john --incremental mypasswd > > > > On 19/12/16 09:12, Xender Cage wrote: > >> Hi, >> >> I'm kind of having a headache trying to figure out how to put the john >> into >> bruteforce mode. >> I'm trying to recover the md5crypt password. >> It's used with generator and it generate all kind of printable char in the >> password. >> >> The problem is "How can I put the john to the bruteforce mode?" and not a >> hybrid mode. >> Because john start to crack with words and usually using sequence digits >> which is used to crack the human set password. >> >> For an example, it gave password like !4#25L but john crack with >> mdedne..mdedia which is obviously not in this case. >> >> Please help me. >> I spend nearly a week and it's still using "dytyr..dyte1" like password. >> >> >
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