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Support for sha1(md5($pass.$salt)) new algorithm #1446

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anmakar111 opened this Issue Nov 14, 2017 · 1 comment

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anmakar111 commented Nov 14, 2017

Add support new algo sha1(md5($pass.$salt))

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you could just use -m 4700 = sha1(md5($pass)) and append the salt with rules etc. This of course only works sufficiently if the hash list is small (ideally only one hash is used).

If you really want that this new hashing algorithm gets implemented you need to provide much more information.
Important information that is required would be: where is this hash type used in? are there any limitations of salt length/password length etc

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philsmd commented Nov 14, 2017

you could just use -m 4700 = sha1(md5($pass)) and append the salt with rules etc. This of course only works sufficiently if the hash list is small (ideally only one hash is used).

If you really want that this new hashing algorithm gets implemented you need to provide much more information.
Important information that is required would be: where is this hash type used in? are there any limitations of salt length/password length etc

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