I'm trying to audit kerberos passwords. The available formats are des3-hmac-sha1 and des-cbc-crc but I cannot find a possibility/a tool to crack them. For other hash-types I used John the Ripper, but it seems to fail in this case. How should I proceed?

closed as off-topic by Steve, AJ Henderson, ThoriumBR, M'vy, Mark Oct 10 '17 at 19:56

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John the Ripper has community-supplied patches that appear to help with this. For example, see:

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