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John the Ripper is a fast password cracker, currently available for many flavors of Unix, macOS, Windows, DOS, BeOS, and OpenVMS (the latter requires a contributed patch). Its primary purpose is to detect weak Unix passwords. Besides several crypt(3) password hash types most commonly found on various Unix flavors, supported out of the box are Kerberos/AFS and Windows LM hashes, as well as DES-based tripcodes, plus hundreds of additional hashes and ciphers in "-jumbo" versions.
If you try to run the command on the same file after the password has been guessed, you will see the following messages: "No password hashes loaded", "No password hashes loaded", or "No password hashes left to crack (see FAQ)". Cracked passwords will be printed to the terminal and saved in the file called $JOHN/john.pot (in the documentation and in the configuration file for John, "$JOHN" refers to John's "home directory"; which directory it really is depends on how you installed John). The $JOHN/john.pot file is also used to not load password hashes that you already cracked when you run John the next time.
pdfcrack is a simple command line utility that will attempt to crack the password of any PDF file with a single command, if used the right way, and on files you have permission to crack.
pdfcrack is a simple tool to recover lost passwords of your PDF files or of files you have permission to crack (if regulations allow, of course). It cannot be used to alter any permissions set in the PDF but only to crack a password. While it would eventually discover the most elaborate password, this could take a very long time. With a little knowledge (of your own password setting habits) and setting appropriate options, the process could be considerably set up. So whether you forgot or just mistyped your password while setting it up, you can easily recover them with this single command.
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I'm following every single step, I'm working on a local PoC at home, so I have kali installed and I ran all the stuff from there. I want to sniff my own traffic from my windows machine so I searched through many pages an made some POST and GET requests to get them cached by airodump, but when I stop the capture and open it using wireshark, I can't see any of that requests, am I doing something wrong? I also entered my network password into wireshark, but I see nothing when I open the capture and apply the http.request.method == "GET/POST" even if I only enter the "http" filter nothing shows up .