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Posted on 12-03-07 11:26
Everytime I download "John The Ripper", I extract it and look for a setup file but everything in it does nothing...It's like the folder is full of useless files.
I am hoping someone can give me a push in the right direction. I have tried:
- "John the Ripper 1.7.0.1 (Windows - binaries, ZIP, 1360 KB)"
- "John the Ripper 1.7.0.2 (Unix - sources, tar.gz, 784 KB) "
- "John the Ripper 1.7.2 (Unix - sources, tar.gz, 790 KB)"

They all download, but don't run. Any help would be gladly appreciated..


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Posted on 12-03-07 11:39
JTR is a command-line prog. In Windows, you won't see anything "run" if you don't pop open a prompt. In Unix, you might have to make the executables executable with chmod a+x. Other than that, it's really not hard to figure out how to use it if you're getting a real download of JTR... just fool with the files some, and you'll figure it out.


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Posted on 12-03-07 12:41
Theres a tutorial on this site for JTR... read it... It'll help alot... It helped me.



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Posted on 13-03-07 02:54
Thanks guys, appreciate it.


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Posted on 13-03-07 08:00
SsAgEnT wrote:
for windows
start->run->cmd
cd to jtr run folder
then use something like:
john-386 pass.txt

pass.txt is a file with your hash

for details google or read an article

Dont use john-386!!! Use john-mmx instead. Its alot faster :happy:
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Posted on 13-03-07 08:16
Aiight man cheers.

Edit: Ok, got into the run folder but I hit a problem. I copied the hash into a notepad file, saved it as "Pass.txt" into the JTR run folder. I typed "john-mmx pass.txt" hit enter and get the message "No password hashes loaded". Anyone know what i'm doing wrong?




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Posted on 25-04-07 15:07
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john-mmx -i:all "pass.txt"

the pass.txt file must be:

"user":"hash" (not only the hash)

the "user" you type before is the username which can be anything, admin, user, john, etc.

if the hash is NT LM DES, use:

john-mmx -i:lanman "pass.txt"

This is the bruteforce attack of john the ripper, not the dictionary one.