Date: Mon, 4 May 2020 23:33:47 +0800 From: "gyula" <1018757052@...com> To: "john-users" <john-users@...ts.openwall.com> Subject: Is the example of HMAC-SHA512 right? Hello, I'm trying to crack a hash encryted by HMAC-SHA512. I use the command, "john --list=--list=format-details |grep HMAC-SHA512", to search the example of it. The example hash is below. "what do ya want for nothing?#164b7a7bfcf819e2e395fbe73b56e0a387bd64222e831fd610270cd7ea2505549758bf75c05a994a6d034f65f8f0e6fdcaeab1a34d4a6b4b636e070a38bce737" I don't konw the meaning of "what do ya want for nothing?#". The rest is the hex form of hash, I think. Moreover, I can't find the salt. When I crack it with John The Ripper, It cracked. The result is Jefe. I want to konw how to format a line with a hash from hmac-sha512 and a salt, then crack it. Thank you John-The-Ripper：john-1.9.0-jumbo-1 system: ubuntu 18.04
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