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fix osx 10.7 hash IDing, and JTR ids #11906

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commented May 30, 2019

This PR fixes the JTR tags on OSX hashes (since they are standard sha1 and sha512). Next, @jmartin-r7 and I discovered that on 10.7 the ending capture wasn't hitting on his test box. Since it's a hash, with a set length, we change the regex to just match on length instead.


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  • find a 10.7 box and make sure it captures the hash correctly

@h00die h00die added osx a2k19 labels May 30, 2019

@busterb busterb self-assigned this Jun 1, 2019

@busterb busterb merged commit 06256cc into rapid7:master Jun 1, 2019

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commented Jun 1, 2019

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This fix addresses the JTR tags on OSX hashes, since they are standard SHA1 and SHA512, and adjusts the regex for macOS 10.7 hashes to match properly.

msjenkins-r7 added a commit that referenced this pull request Jun 1, 2019

@h00die h00die deleted the h00die:osx_hash_fixes branch Jun 2, 2019

@tdoan-r7 tdoan-r7 added the rn-fix label Jun 11, 2019

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