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Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2012 18:01:55 +0100
From: newangels newangels <contact.newangels@...il.com>
To: john-users@...ts.openwall.com
Subject: Re: Hahses + Pass output

2012/3/24, Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com>:
> On Sat, Mar 24, 2012 at 01:40:13AM +0100, magnum wrote:
>> cut -d: -f2 File.txt | grep : | grep -f - john.pot
>>
>> Another possibility is that the $dynamic_0$ lines are correct but you
>> don't want the tags in the output. If so, you could try this:
>>
>> cut -d: -f2 File.txt | grep : | sed 's/^\$dynamic_0\$//' | grep -f -
>> john.pot
>>
>> That's off the top of my head and untested.
>
> These are slightly wrong - the "grep :" will provide empty output when
> applied just to the second field.  You meant something like:
>
> fgrep : File.txt | cut -d: -f2 | fgrep -f - john.pot
>
> BTW, it is fairly important to use fgrep (not grep).  Some hash
> encodings contain dots and dollar signs, which are special to grep.
>
> Anyway, all of these are just non-perfect hacks.  To get the job done in
> a more correct manner, a custom script would need to be written or we
> need to add functionality to JtR itself (another --show output format).
>
> Alexander
>

Hello Alexander,

Thanks a lot for your help, i try this command too, & got an blank output.

The only one who works " ALF" it's you first one = cut -d: -f2
File.txt | fgrep -f - john.pot > Result.txt

But like i say uper , i don't get all of the hashes, got some's +
one's with $dynamic$ ....

Anyway, if you can add this feature to the new build it will be nice.

Best regards,

Don

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