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Date: Thu, 7 Dec 2006 07:56:29 +0300
From: SmarTeam Support <>
To: websiteaccess <>
Subject: Re: ipb2 and format Need help

Hello websiteaccess,

Wednesday, December 6, 2006, 11:52:37 PM, you wrote:

>  but with ipb2 I don't know...

>  I found in the SQL database the following lines.

> VALUES('729','xxxxxx','3','','','1133338886','','0',NULL,'0','1','1','1',NULL,'0',NULL,'0','en',NULL,'0','1','1','1','1',NULL,NULL,NULL,'0','0',NULL,NULL,'1133338907','1133339229','0','-1&-1','0','0','0','0','0','0&1','','','','aa46eee19d401eb04b6f5ecfa758d79b','0','0','1',NULL,'0','bobby27091975','0','std','');

>  and

> VALUES('729','','1133338886','a91a4b42c1e70869a2a983d491d59a81','G&ylT');

>  The JTR command seems to be ./john -format=ipb2 -w:mydico myhash

>  I have tried with the following format in my textfile : 

> and

> each time JTR returns me "No password hashes loaded"

As already mentioned before - comments on top of IPB2_fmt.c will solve
the problem :)

a bit of quotation

 * Hashes list should have form of username:$IPB2$salt$hash
 * Values to be taken from IPB database, where:
 * salt = bin2hex(ibf_members_converge.converge_pass_salt)
 * hash = ibf_members_converge.converge_pass_hash

 for your example the right format will be$IPB2$4726796c54$a91a4b42c1e70869a2a983d491d59a81

 where 47,26,79,6c,54 is a series of hexadecimal codes of characters
 from this salt-string "G&ylT"

Best regards,

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