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    I've been using BT5 r3 since it was released, I'm a student in my final year studying PT and EH. Recently I have noticed problems with JTR and cracking NTLM and some MD5 passwords.

    From what I gather john seems to cache the previous list thus making the job in hand more difficult. I like john its ideal for some situations but this puts me off.

    Is anyone experiencing anything like this or could shed some light on the subject.

    Primarily I don't do that much password cracking with john, but would like to find a fix. Or if someone can point me in a more applicable solution :-D that would be far better.

    Generally Ophcrack will get most pwords I'm after with GPU support, but I'm right in the middle of exams - and am struggling to dig into the problem myself.
    Most pwords are alpha-numberic with symbols and over 8 characters.

    I did have an account on here - but lost it when my university changed to using outlook.com agggggggggg.

    Thanks folks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thyrEthHakStudent View Post
    I've been using BT5 r3 since it was released, I'm a student in my final year studying PT and EH. Recently I have noticed problems with JTR and cracking NTLM and some MD5 passwords.

    From what I gather john seems to cache the previous list thus making the job in hand more difficult. I like john its ideal for some situations but this puts me off.

    Is anyone experiencing anything like this or could shed some light on the subject.

    Primarily I don't do that much password cracking with john, but would like to find a fix. Or if someone can point me in a more applicable solution :-D that would be far better.

    Generally Ophcrack will get most pwords I'm after with GPU support, but I'm right in the middle of exams - and am struggling to dig into the problem myself.
    Most pwords are alpha-numberic with symbols and over 8 characters.

    I did have an account on here - but lost it when my university changed to using outlook.com agggggggggg.

    Thanks folks.
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    Works in windows only

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