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Posted on 03-01-10 16:47
Hey guys,

I was just hoping somebody would help me out....

I am new to this software "John The Ripper" commonly refered to as JTR. Well i tried it to crack the hash hbh:spnlhmTpnxYQ. from the others challenges on this site.

I used the command "john-mmx -wordlist:list.lst crackme.txt" without quotes. I used the 2 gig Argon Wordlist.

The process started.... and a new line comes up

Loaded 1 password hash <Traditional DES [64/64 BS MMX]>

and then a blinking underscore(_)

So, I press Enter and a new line comes up... regarding guesses and blah. And then again a blinking underscore(_). yet again i hit enter and the next line comes up.

My question is that should i HAVE to hit Enter for JTR to try each word in the 2 gig wordlist ..... cause thats a hell lot of enters....



Can some tell me Whats Going on ????




Thanking

SuRF666
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Posted on 03-01-10 16:55
SuRF666 wrote:
My question is that should i HAVE to hit Enter for JTR to try each word in the 2 gig wordlist ..... cause thats a hell lot of enters....



Can some tell me Whats Going on ????


Yes i can tell you, and, no you don't have to hit enter for every single word in the list.

PS: Why don't you try to crack other hashes before this challenge? There are lots of ways to encrypt words with DES. Try googling yellowpipe encrypter, you'll like it.
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Posted on 03-01-10 16:55
Dude... stop bugging the program and let it work in peace.


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Posted on 03-01-10 16:57
I'm not experienced with JTR or anything you're working on, but isn't it possible to write a simple batch file to keep pressing enter for you?

Just a suggestion.


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Posted on 03-01-10 17:11
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I'm not experienced with JTR or anything you're working on, but isn't it possible to write a simple batch file to keep pressing enter for you?

Just a suggestion.

Come on, man, the program is running. Use the command prompt every now and then, it's good for you.


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Posted on 03-01-10 17:17
PirataLibertad wrote:
I'm not experienced with JTR or anything you're working on, but isn't it possible to write a simple batch file to keep pressing enter for you?

Just a suggestion.

I don't even see what you guys are talking about. JTR cycles through the wordlists on its own. You just have to wait for it to find a match. It should display how many words it's gone through so far I believe. Just wait a bit; it'll probably take about half an hour to crack.


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Posted on 03-01-10 17:21
If you press enter JTR shows you where it "is" in the wordlist. Just leave it alone, it'll end when the hash is found.


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Posted on 03-01-10 17:22
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I don't even see what you guys are talking about. JTR cycles through the wordlists on its own. You just have to wait for it to find a match. It should display how many words it's gone through so far I believe. Just wait a bit; it'll probably take about half an hour to crack.

They aren't talking about anything strange, man. They just don't understand that when you run something from command line then unless you set it to start the program somewhere else, it'll be running there in the prompt. They also don't understand that it's not displaying every single thing it's doing as it'd be impractical because it'd seriously slow down the processing speed.
Anyhow, lulz were had.


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Posted on 03-01-10 17:56
ynori7 wrote:
I don't even see what you guys are talking about. JTR cycles through the wordlists on its own. You just have to wait for it to find a match. It should display how many words it's gone through so far I believe. Just wait a bit; it'll probably take about half an hour to crack.

Like I said, not experienced with JTR; just trying to help with what I do know.

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They aren't talking about anything strange, man. They just don't understand that when you run something from command line then unless you set it to start the program somewhere else, it'll be running there in the prompt. They also don't understand that it's not displaying every single thing it's doing as it'd be impractical because it'd seriously slow down the processing speed.
Anyhow, lulz were had.

Thanks, didn't know that. :]

Yeah, I really do need to get more familiar with command prompt >:
I only know some of the basic stuff.




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Posted on 04-01-10 02:22
So basically if i just leave it like that with a blinking line ...... it means that the prompt is actually cracking the hash.

I'll try that ......


Thanx Guys

SuRF666

Edited by SuRF666 on 04-01-10 02:25
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Posted on 04-01-10 10:50
SuRF666 wrote:
So basically if i just leave it like that with a blinking line ...... it means that the prompt is actually cracking the hash.

I'll try that ......


Thanx Guys

SuRF666

Well personally I'd rather say that it means that the prompt is waiting for JTR to finish, which in turn is doing all it can to crack the hash.
And MoshBat, be nice to the boy, not everyone is |337 enough to know that a program has to, you know, run... and stuff... whatever.


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Posted on 04-01-10 12:46
Well I tried it ....

A New Line comes up...

guesses: 0 time: 0:00:05:09 100% c/s: 524083 trying uA - yu

and then the normal line asking me for the next command...

ie.

C:\run>_


If the process is done it should either tell me the password or save it in a log file.

I checked the run directory and found a new txt file called john.txt.

I went through it and didn't find anything related to the password, which i am guessing should be near the bottom.

So?? Now what??
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Posted on 04-01-10 12:56
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Try googling yellowpipe encrypter, you'll like it.



Thanx !!! Nice place !!
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Posted on 04-01-10 13:16
SuRF666 wrote:
Well I tried it ....

A New Line comes up...

guesses: 0 time: 0:00:05:09 100% c/s: 524083 trying uA - yu

and then the normal line asking me for the next command...

ie.

C:\run>_


If the process is done it should either tell me the password or save it in a log file.

I checked the run directory and found a new txt file called john.txt.

I went through it and didn't find anything related to the password, which i am guessing should be near the bottom.

So?? Now what??


Judging by the looks of it, I'm assuming that your wordlist is list.lst and the password hash is crackme.txt, right?

Maybe this article can help you a bit:

http://www.osix.n. . .le/?id=455

[edit]
I just went through it, and so I realized that when it asked for the next command, you could try this command:

john -show crackme.txt

Then again, I'm not really sure cause I haven't used it in a while.



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Posted on 04-01-10 14:14
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Maybe this article can help you a bit:

http://www.osix.n. . .le/?id=455


Don't read the comments. Your brain will EXPLODE!


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Posted on 04-01-10 14:17
fuser wrote:

Judging by the looks of it, I'm assuming that your wordlist is list.lst and the password hash is crackme.txt, right?

Maybe this article can help you a bit:

http://www.osix.n. . .le/?id=455



Yes, my wordlist is list.lst and the hash is in crackme.txt ..... Thanx a lot for the site. I'll do a little ""RESEARCH"" and try to figure out my problem !!
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Yes, my wordlist is list.lst and the hash is in crackme.txt ..... Thanx a lot for the site. I'll do a little ""RESEARCH"" and try to figure out my problem !!

That's "GREAT".

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Don't read the comments. Your brain will EXPLODE!

Anonymous wrote 2009-10-25 05:41:41:
Can JTR be use to hack lets say youtube?

Brain: exploded.