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Date: Sat, 23 May 2020 20:11:49 +0200
From: MA40 <>
Subject: Re: Number of passwords tested per second

I think so.

When I do "Pause attack", in "Console log" this text appears:


0g 13:01:34:00 3/3 0g/s 6.853p/s 95.72c/s 95.72C/s ticnoy..ticne1

Session aborted


Then, they are 6,853 p/s. Isn't that a little bit small amount?

A greeting.

El sáb., 23 may. 2020 a las 19:36, Solar Designer (<>)

> Hi MA40,
> On Sat, May 23, 2020 at 07:13:07PM +0200, MA40 wrote:
> > I am running John the Ripper with Jonny on a VPS with Windows operating
> > system, the hashes file contains 20 hashes of Bitcoin format. How can I
> > find out the number of passwords tested per second?
> John the Ripper displays this as the p/s figure on its status line,
> which it prints whenever you press a key - but that's when you run it
> from the command line, without Johnny.
> With Johnny, I guess you need to click "Console log".  I don't know
> whether Johnny triggers John to print the status line on some occasions
> or not.  You might need to "Pause attack" and then "Resume attack",
> which I suppose stops and restarts John.  When John stops, it does print
> its status line, so I hope you'd see it in "Console log".
> Please let us know what worked for you, and I'm sorry we're not used to
> providing support on Johnny.
> Alexander

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