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Date: Fri, 5 May 2017 16:39:33 +0200
From: Frank Dittrich <frank.dittrich@...lbox.org>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Max characters for password candidates (NTLM) and
 others

Am 05.05.2017 um 15:08 schrieb Solar Designer:
> make distclean
> ./configure --disable-native-tests CFLAGS='-O2 -mno-sse2 -mno-mmx -U__SSE__'

I just tried this on an AVX system.

The (default) AVX (non-GPU) build has 372 formats, the non-SIMD build
has 367 formats.

These are the AVX formats (and their max. password length in bytes)
which are missing in the non-SIMD build:


Raw-SHA256-ng	55
Raw-SHA512-ng	111
Raw-SHA1-ng	15
Stribog-256	63
Stribog-512	63

I got a build warning that the Stribog formats were disabled due to
missing SSE 4.1:
#warning Stribog-256 and Stribog-512 formats require SSE 4.1, formats
disabled

I didn't get such a warning for the Raw-SHA*-ng formats.

These are the 68 formats where the max. password length in bytes differs:

dynamic_0	55	110
dynamic_1	23	78
dynamic_2	55	110
dynamic_3	55	110
dynamic_4	31	86
dynamic_5	31	56
dynamic_6	55	110
dynamic_8	23	78
dynamic_9	55	80
dynamic_10	32	87
dynamic_11	32	87
dynamic_14	55	80
dynamic_22	55	110
dynamic_23	55	110
dynamic_29	81	120
dynamic_30	55	110
dynamic_31	31	86
dynamic_32	31	86
dynamic_33	81	120
dynamic_34	55	110
dynamic_1001	55	110
dynamic_1002	55	110
dynamic_1004	55	110
dynamic_1005	55	110
dynamic_1006	55	110
dynamic_1007	55	110
dynamic_1008	39	94
dynamic_1009	39	94
dynamic_1011	23	48
dynamic_1012	23	48
dynamic_1013	23	48
dynamic_1015	31	56
dynamic_1018	55	110
dynamic_1019	55	110
dynamic_1020	55	110
dynamic_1021	55	110
dynamic_1022	55	110
dynamic_1024	55	110
dynamic_1025	55	110
dynamic_1034	23	78
dynamic_1300	55	110
dynamic_1350	53	108
dynamic_1401	23	110
dynamic_1506	23	110
dynamic_1550	23	110
dynamic_1551	23	110
dynamic=md5($p)	55	110
EPiServer	57	96
leet	79	125
MediaWiki	55	80
MSCHAPv2	81	125
netntlm	81	125
NT	81	125
osc	31	86
PHPS	55	110
PHPS2	55	110
rar	78	125
Raw-SHA512	111	125
Raw-MD4	55	125
Raw-MD5	55	125
Raw-MD5u	81	125
Raw-SHA1	55	125
Raw-SHA1-AxCrypt	55	125
Raw-SHA224	55	125
Raw-SHA256	55	125
Raw-SHA384	111	125
saph	23	125
7z	84	125

Frank

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