Date: Fri, 9 Aug 2019 19:40:16 -0400 From: Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: database of more rules On Fri, Aug 9, 2019 at 7:17 PM Rich Rumble <richrumble@...il.com> wrote: > On Fri, Aug 9, 2019 at 9:18 AM Johny Krekan <krekan@...nykrekan.com> > wrote: > >> Hello, I am trying to create wordlist which contains original words as >> well >> as words modified by rules to be next used in programs which do not have >> rules options when using dictionary attack. I have used following syntax >> on >> Windows: >> john --wordlist=original.txt --rules --stdout >listwithrules.txt >> After running that, the john generated 50 mangled words from a single >> one. >> I would like to ask whether some of you have larger database of rule >> which >> I could include in to my configuration to be able to create more >> derivates >> for example like the elcomsoft wireless security auditor has. >> Thanx for info >> Johny Krekan >> > You've given no rules, so I was surprised that command worked at all!-) > c:\john\run>echo 1-word >1word.txt > c:\john\run>john -w=1word.txt -rules -stdout > Using default input encoding: UTF-8 > 1-word > 1-wrd > 1-word > 3p 0:00:00:00 100.00% (2019-08-09 19:08) 24.19p/s 1-word > ----------- > I find that a little curious, but not 100% unexpected. > If you look through the john.conf file and accompanying .conf files you > will see a huge amount of rules. > Popular rules are: > -rules=jumbo (This rule runs 4 other sets of rules) > -rules-best64 > -rules=wordlist > -rules=single > -rules=korelogic > > If I run --rules=single on "one word" it expands to 519 guesses. > -rules=jumbo is 3722 > -rules=best64 is 72 > and -rules=korelogic is ...a lot, but was fun to watch! > -rich > Nearly 7 million guesses (korelogic) <snip> 1-word 999993 1-word 999994 1-word 999995 1-word 999996 1-word 999997 1-word 999998 1-word 999999 6937072p 0:00:11:57 100.00% (2019-08-09 19:27) 9664p/s 1-word 999999 </snip>
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