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Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2008 17:06:39 +0200
From: "Romain Raboin" <>
Subject: A patch for http digest and various tools

Hello everyone,

I developped several tools related to password security, which you can
find on this page:

While all of them are probably of interest for John users, these three
are directly related to John :
- HTTP Digest Access Authentication patch. A patch for john-1.7.3 that
allow you to brute force HTTP Digest Access Authentication when you
got a network capture of an authentication.
- passwd_cracker: Distributed (in Ruby) password cracker using myjohn.
- myjohn: Corrections on Simon Maréchal's patch for John The Ripper.

You also might want to check :
- MD5 cracker for CELL architecture MD5 brute forcer implementation
for CELL architecture. (120 Mpwds/s) (PoC)
- bfssh: a multi-threaded tool written in C to test for weak keys in
authorized_keys files on a remote machine.


Romain Raboin

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