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Posted on 05-06-06 01:07
I have john the ripper on my windows xp machine. Whenever I try to crack a password I get the error "No password hashes loaded". This is single or with a wordlist defined, samme error :-S

I have a huge list of passwords in the same directory, so I tried "john -w=dic.txt" and I get "Password files required, but none specified".

Whats going on??


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Posted on 05-06-06 02:02
You should have down some research on jtr yourself there is a shitload of tutorials on google. Anyways your commands are wrong.
if dic.txt is your passes and wordlist.txt is your dictionary.
john-386 -w:wordlist.txt dic.txt or
john-386 dic.txt
There are many ways to crack so check out some tuts and you'll get itSmile
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Posted on 05-06-06 18:25
I have been doing right! dic.txt is the list of passwords like this:

A
a
aa
aal
aalii
aam
Aani
aardvark

And pass.txt is just a hash 1********U (the * are there because its a hash to one of the challenges) and I tried these commands:

john pass.txt

"No password hashes loaded"

john -w:dic.txt

"Password files required, but none specified"

john -w:dic.txt pass.txt

"No password hashes loaded"

grrr




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Posted on 05-06-06 18:29
One thing that i noticed when i first started using this is... When you save the hash into the txt file, sometimes the file is save like this with the file extension twice hash.txt.txt Try resaving it as just hash in notepad and that might do the trick as that was my problem. Grin


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Posted on 05-06-06 18:43
fire-uk: Thats because you're using it wrong. The syntax is:

john [options] <file with hashes>

For more info, check out http://www.kisp.o. . .c.php?t=15


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Posted on 05-06-06 19:25
0o0o i had this same problem

in my hash file i had the text 'hjgf9sdfsv' pretend its that

so when it kept sayin that to me i went back to my text file and edited it to 'username:hjgf9sdfsv'

and it told me that it loaded 1

try that outGrin


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Posted on 05-06-06 22:36
worked thanks ziggy Smile