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Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2012 00:15:32 +0000 (UTC)
From: donovan <>
Subject: Re: Hahses + Pass output

magnum <john.magnum@...> writes:

> On 03/22/2012 09:02 PM, magnum wrote:
> > This is not exactly what you ask for, but it does print only hashes from
> > a particular infile, and in hash:pass format:
> > 
> >   john -show File.txt | cut -d: -f1-2
> > 
> Sorry, I was wrong :)  that just prints user:pass
> You can do it with grep and a horrible one-liner though:
>   egrep "`cut -d: -f2 File.txt`" john.pot
> This assumes File.txt has its hashes in the second field (as opposed to
> pwdump files, for example), otherwise you'll have to adjust -f2 to
> something else.
> But for very large input files, this egrep will fail (too many
> arguments) and you'd have to use a little perl script or something instead.
> magnum

Hi Magnum,

Thanks for reply, i try the "egrep...." command & unfortunately don't work for
me...sorry forgot to mention i am on MAC LION ( but seem equal than linux about

Got this error message " -bash: /usr/bin/egrep: Argument list too long"

anyway, thanks...



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