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I'm supposed to crack some passwords from a file. I've done john pwlist.lst > passwords.txt which is outputting the files into my txt file.

I'd like to make it such that when John is cracking the passwords hashed with SHA224, it outputs them into the .txt file in the format {hash}:{password}

Example: b13eaa5bcb49d6c7ff9106b61ea5dcc24a75835ae11183f4ab203929:go

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  • What is it outputting now? – schroeder Mar 6 at 14:41
  • It's just outputting {password} {user} Example: somePassword (?) – Robert Mar 6 at 14:42
  • I think the pot file contains the hash/password pairing. Have you looked there? Otherwise, I think you'll need to script something to get the precise output you're looking for. – schroeder Mar 6 at 14:45
  • You have the password. Getting the hash of that password should be easy. – MechMK1 Mar 6 at 14:46
  • I have not. I'll give that a shot, only thing is I'm unsure of where I find the pot file, but I'll look into that, thank you – Robert Mar 6 at 14:46

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