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Date: Thu, 7 May 2020 10:28:21 +0800
From: gyula <>
To: john-users <>
Subject: Re: Is the example of HMAC-SHA512 right?

>So we have a feature request here.  We don't seem to have a directly corresponding GitHub issue yet (I'll create one shortly), 
>although addition of HMAC support to the dynamic format compiler would happen to support both orderings of key and data:

Hi, I studied the doucument of dynamic in John but didn’t found the usage of HMAC support in it.  Actually,  the hash I want to crack is the dozens of iterations of HMAC-SHA512. What should I do now with John.

Thanks, any help would be appreciated.

"HMAC support in the dynamic format / compiler"

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