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Old 05-03-2018, 01:13 PM   #1
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using default input encoding utf-8 no password. This error occure in john when i try to do cracking password .Any soultion

using default input encoding utf-8 no password. This error occure in john when i try to do cracking password .Any soultion
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Beyond the fact there is no obvious error condition reported in your posting, you should have a closer look to the LQ rules which state:

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