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Date: Sat, 27 Jul 2019 14:45:52 +0200
From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Trouble cracking with MD5+Salt

Rich,

On Sat, Jul 27, 2019 at 08:37:09AM -0400, Rich Rumble wrote:
> I am working on a pass dump, but I can't seem to get the passwords to load
> using dynamic_1 which I thought these would be. (ogdump)
> 
> f2749be61b2d4cb5691ab96809428ec8:DuW7JQwU
> e63faf21225c53a6181adcfa874b30fb:TKPnHZ7M
> fcd8259496e1b51a8b086ff0b2c0152f:qdXbzn1A
> 78fb5fd82732f79b91d507df6f0d6b6b:WSGKoJaR
> 97174a993852c189ce6ea953af4e393a:50ZTTfJr

When you use a colon, that's two separate fields to JtR, and we don't
split hash and salt onto two separate fields.  For dynamic formats, you
need to use a '$' to separate the hash and salt, like this:

f2749be61b2d4cb5691ab96809428ec8$DuW7JQwU
e63faf21225c53a6181adcfa874b30fb$TKPnHZ7M
fcd8259496e1b51a8b086ff0b2c0152f$qdXbzn1A
78fb5fd82732f79b91d507df6f0d6b6b$WSGKoJaR
97174a993852c189ce6ea953af4e393a$50ZTTfJr

and this loads fine with "--format=dynamic_1" (as well as with
"--format='dynamic=md5($p.$s)'", but you don't need that in this case).

Alexander

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