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Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2020 11:59:24 +0100
From: Solar Designer <>
Subject: Re: How to use "" on Linux?

On Thu, Jan 16, 2020 at 10:52:04AM +0000, wrote:
> I know cracking a password need a powerful system.

A powerful system is preferred, but it doesn't matter as much as
focusing the attack does.

> Can you show me a good john command for my project?

I already did, but you need to adjust the command based on what you
recall about the password.  If you want the community to provide a more
specific john command for you, you'd have to share with the community
whatever you recall about the password.  For your privacy and safety,
you may replace e.g. a known substring with another substring, and then
do the reverse replacement in whatever command is provided to you.

> Can I resume the session? Stop it and resume later.

Yes.  Use the "--restore" option to resume a previously interrupted
session.  You can also have multiple interrupted sessions and be able to
resume any one of those - use the "--session" option to give session
names to those in advance.


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