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Date: Sun, 24 Dec 2006 00:54:00 -0800
From: "Alain Espinosa" <>
Subject: Some questions

Hi, i am new in this mail list so i have some questions to do:

1) Many people choose password with nemotecnics like (substitutions)
and all posible combination and i dont see this in john.conf rules.
Here are the rules that i think it is useful (for wordlist and single):

# ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
# Rules for changing "i", "e", "o" and "a" by nemotecnics ("1", "3", "0", "@")
# //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
# Changing all "i" by "1"
/i si1
# Changing all "e" by "3"
/e se3
# Changing all "o" by "0"
/o so0
# Changing all "a" by "@"
/a sa@

# Changing all "i" and "e" by "1" and "3"
/i/e si1se3
# Changing all "i" and "o" by "1" and "0"
/i/o si1so0
# Changing all "i" and "a" by "1" and "@"
/i/a si1sa@
# Changing all "e" and "o" by "3" and "0"
/e/o se3so0
# Changing all "e" and "a" by "3" and "@"
/e/a se3sa@
# Changing all "o" and "a" by "0" and "@"
/o/a so0sa@

# Changing all but "i"
/e/o/a se3so0sa@
# Changing all but "e"
/i/o/a si1so0sa@
# Changing all but "o"
/i/e/a si1se3sa@
# Changing all but "a"
/i/e/o si1se3so0

# Changing all
/i/e/o/a si1se3so0sa@
# ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

2) What the hell is Kerberos AFS and the UnAFS tool that come with JOHN.
I dont find doc about it.

3)I need information on how i can make a contributed patch to john. If
some of you
point me to a website or explain to me this in detail i will really apreciate

Thanks in advance

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