Date: Sat, 3 Jun 2023 11:00:53 +0200 From: Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: "No hashes found" when argon2id is present? Hi, As a moderator, I reluctantly accepted the below obviously LLM-generated posting just to illustrate problems with LLM-generated answers in this context. However, please don't post more LLM-generated answers in here. On Sat, Jun 03, 2023 at 01:29:10PM +0530, Aben Sojan wrote: > As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, John the Ripper did not have > built-in support for the argon2id hashing algorithm. However, it's possible > that there have been updates or third-party patches since then that add > support for argon2id hashes. > > To address the issue, you can try the following steps: > > 1. Ensure you have the latest version of John the Ripper installed. Check > the official website or relevant forums for any updates or patches that may > have added support for argon2id. > > 2. Look for community-developed patches or extensions that add argon2id > support to John the Ripper. These can often be found on forums, GitHub > repositories, or other community-driven platforms. Search for "argon2id > patch for John the Ripper" or similar keywords to find relevant resources. I have no knowledge cut-off date, and to my knowledge no such updates nor patches currently exist. > 3. If you're unable to find a patch or extension for John the Ripper, > consider using other password cracking tools that do support argon2id. For > example, hashcat is another popular password cracking tool that does > support argon2id. You can explore its documentation and resources for > guidance on how to crack argon2id hashes using hashcat. That's the LLM's "wishful thinking" - likely soon to be true, but to my knowledge not yet true. It is a problem that LLMs state guesses as if they were facts, and a reason to avoid sharing LLM-generated answers without verification nor a warning. hashcat's Argon2 support request is being tracked here: https://github.com/hashcat/hashcat/issues/1966 > Remember that password cracking should only be done for legitimate purposes > and with proper authorization. Ensure that you have the necessary > permissions and legal rights before attempting any password cracking > activities. Sure. Alexander
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