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Distributed Network John The Ripper

Dnetj is a client/server wrapper around John The Ripper that allows the use of a central server and any number of cracking nodes, in much the same way setiathome or works. The server loads a set of password hashes, and splits the available keyspace into "work units" of a configurable size. The clients connect and retrieve the hashes, as well as a set of work units to process. Once a client has processed some work units, it connects back to the server to submit the completed units as well as any passwords that have been cracked.


Recent releases

  •  12 Aug 2007 19:10

    Release Notes: Basic functionality is implemented, and dnetj is usable, but there are many things still to be implemented and a lot more testing is needed.


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