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commit 550526ed7a68aec02675be7ca2068fd814b001a6 1 parent 532ecf0
Frank Dittrich authored
2  doc/DYNAMIC
@@ -856,7 +856,7 @@ examples (this whole list is also found in dynamic.conf).
856 856 # with a single \ character).
857 857 # NOTE that HH MUST be uppercased for the A to F values, and the 'x'
858 858 # MUST be lowercase.
859   -# NOTE, you MUST use \xHH. So, to put a ASCII(1) value, you would
  859 +# NOTE, you MUST use \xHH. So, to put an ASCII(1) value, you would
860 860 # use \x01 (not \x1 ).
861 861 # ALL conversions are done prior to the line being 'looked at' within
862 862 # the parser.
2  doc/NETNTLM_README
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ noted that these protocols may use the LM and NTLM password hashes stored on a
28 28 system, but they are not the same thing. For an excellent in-depth discussion of
29 29 the protocols see the Davenport paper entitled "The NTLM Authentication Protocol
30 30 and Security Support Provider" [1]. For the purposes of this discussion, the key
31   -item of note is that the LMv1 and NTLMv1 protocols consist of a only a single
  31 +item of note is that the LMv1 and NTLMv1 protocols consist of only a single
32 32 server challenge. This allows an attacker to force a client into authenticating
33 33 using a specific challenge and then attack that response using precomputed
34 34 Rainbow Tables.
2  run/john.conf
@@ -1436,7 +1436,7 @@ void init()
1436 1436 # Repeats with length 1.
1437 1437 # Actually, Repeats is a special case of Sequence, using increment = 0.
1438 1438 # External modes reusing this External_base mode should also make sure
1439   -# that the number of different characters (specified a a range from "from"
  1439 +# that the number of different characters (specified as a range from "from"
1440 1440 # to "to") is not smaller than the minimum length ("minlength"),
1441 1441 # if the start increment "inc" is 1.
1442 1442 # For a start increment > 1, the number of different characters in the
2  run/office2john.py
@@ -430,7 +430,7 @@ class _OleStream(StringIO.StringIO):
430 430 OLE2 Stream
431 431
432 432 Returns a read-only file object which can be used to read
433   - the contents of a OLE stream (instance of the StringIO class).
  433 + the contents of an OLE stream (instance of the StringIO class).
434 434 To open a stream, use the openstream method in the OleFile class.
435 435
436 436 This function can be used with either ordinary streams,
4 src/dynamic_fmt.c
@@ -7009,7 +7009,7 @@ static inline int large_hash_output(unsigned char *cpi, unsigned char *cpo, int
7009 7009 break;
7010 7010 case eUNK:
7011 7011 default:
7012   - exit(fprintf(stderr, "Error, a unknown 'output' state found in large_hash_output function, in %s\n", curdat.dynamic_WHICH_TYPE_SIG));
  7012 + exit(fprintf(stderr, "Error, unknown 'output' state found in large_hash_output function, in %s\n", curdat.dynamic_WHICH_TYPE_SIG));
7013 7013 }
7014 7014 return cpo2-cpo;
7015 7015 }
@@ -7033,7 +7033,7 @@ static inline int large_hash_output_no_null(unsigned char *cpi, unsigned char *c
7033 7033 break;
7034 7034 case eUNK:
7035 7035 default:
7036   - exit(fprintf(stderr, "Error, a unknown 'output' state found in large_hash_output function, in %s\n", curdat.dynamic_WHICH_TYPE_SIG));
  7036 + exit(fprintf(stderr, "Error, unknown 'output' state found in large_hash_output function, in %s\n", curdat.dynamic_WHICH_TYPE_SIG));
7037 7037 }
7038 7038 return cpo2-cpo;
7039 7039 }
2  src/office2john.c
@@ -378,7 +378,7 @@ static int test(char *filename)
378 378 in = GSF_INFILE(infile);
379 379 src = gsf_infile_child_by_name(in, "EncryptionInfo");
380 380 if (!src) {
381   - fprintf(stderr, "%s : is not a Office 2007 / 2010 / 2013 encrypted file!\n", filename);
  381 + fprintf(stderr, "%s : is not an Office 2007 / 2010 / 2013 encrypted file!\n", filename);
382 382 return 1;
383 383 }
384 384

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