mikeo at redhillstudios.com
Fri Feb 9 10:45:03 PST 2001
>> Not at first, but I just went back and followed the directions for MD5 and
>> it still does the same thing. Here are the steps I did:
>> 1) unzip and untar
>> 2) edited src/libdes/Makefile to use gcc instead of cc. Yes I realize this
>> is not used if you follow the steps for MD5.
> Not only that but it should have made zero difference. Gcc *is* cc on
> your system.
Actually it does make a small difference. The compiler options in the
makefile for cc are different from that for gcc.
>> 3) replace src/util/Makefile with one for redhat on FAQ site.
>> 4) followed steps for MD5 except that I first made a copy of elcid.c before
>> copying over it. Backup copy is called 'elcid.c,orig'.
>> 5) ./Crack -makeonly
>> 6) ./Crack -makedict
>> 7) ./scripts/shadmrg.sv > passwords
>> 8) ./Crack -nice 10 passwords
>> 9) ./Reporter
>> What did I miss?? -mike
> Ditch crack. Use John The Ripper. It will compile and run faster.
Agreed. JTR is _way_ simplier to install and use. It's running now with
some success.... :) -mike
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