Re: john the ripper

From: bofn (bofn_at_irq.org)
Date: 12/04/03

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    To: "Jason Watson" <penscan@hotmail.com>, dufresne@sysinfo.com
    Date: Thu, 04 Dec 2003 20:47:57 +0100
    
    

    Hello there,

    Are there recent common password lists for the english speaking terratories?
    because most research results seem to be from the 80's and not optimised

    i'm working on a LDAP plugin that deals with {SSHA} and uses other patches to
    do the {SHA} & {CRYPT}, all in one go with a .ldiff as input.
    would be usefull to have some good word lists to test against and create some
    stats on the level of security of some ISP and telco ldiffs i use.

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     On Thu, 04 Dec 2003 14:10:32 +1300
    "Jason Watson" <penscan@hotmail.com> wrote
    > Hi,
    >
    > >The real key to passwd crackers is the dictionaries they use for the
    > >bruting. then better, bigger, more inclusive the dict, the more likely you
    > >are to get results.
    >
    > I strongly agree with Ron, however bigger is not always smarter. You can
    > quite easily make custom rules for JTR that, when combined with previously
    > gained information, can make time fly! But yes, definately, the dictionary
    > is key.

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