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Date: Sun, 3 Dec 2006 20:34:32 +0100
From: websiteaccess <>
Subject: Re: HASH and IBF format

On Sun, 03 Dec 2006 21:59:10 +0300, xnix wrote:
> В Вск, 03/12/2006 в 15:57 +0100, websiteaccess пишет:
>>  Hi guys
>>   usually I use ./john -format=raw-md5 -w:mydict hash.txt for crack HASH 
>>  from board/forum
>>   I don't understand, I have two differents hashes from 2 differents 
>>  forum,
>>    these hashes are differents (but same length, 32 letters/digits),
>>   I'm sure it's the same password for both (because I can login in the 2 
>>  boards).
>>   In 1 case JTR crack it, and do not in the other case.
>>   The uncrackable come from an "IBF" forum.
>>   Is there a special syntax to crack HASHES from ibf database ?
> Invision power board ?
>>  crackable ->     "bdef6205b6f5d0af3056ce5c25a357bd"
>>  uncrackable -> "dad64b066bee4ae20bb942d530cc9f19"
>>   thanks you for your help.
> Is uncrackable has salted?

 I give you the line from the SQL database (login/email/IP have been 
changed by XXXXXX), see by yourself, I'm sorry i'm newbie into cracking.

INSERT INTO ibf_members (id, name, mgroup, legacy_password, email, 
joined, ip_address, posts, title, allow_admin_mails, time_offset, 
hide_email, email_pm, email_full, skin, warn_level, warn_lastwarn, 
language, last_post, restrict_post, view_sigs, view_img, view_avs, 
view_pop, bday_day, bday_month, bday_year, new_msg, msg_total, 
show_popup, misc, last_visit, last_activity, dst_in_use, view_prefs, 
coppa_user, mod_posts, auto_track, temp_ban, sub_end, login_anonymous, 
ignored_users, mgroup_others, org_perm_id, member_login_key, 
subs_pkg_chosen, has_blog, members_auto_dst, members_cache, 
members_disable_pm, members_display_name, members_created_remote, 
members_editor_choice, members_markers) 

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