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I'm just running a test. There is a zip on my desktop, and the password is "12345".

I already installed John the Ripper on Ubuntu 19.04. This is what I am doing (terminal opened on the desktop):

zip2john test.zip > hash.txt

The output:

zip2john: command not found

What am I doing wrong?

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    if the binary of zip2john ist in the current folder, start it with ./zip2john. Otherwise add the path of zip2john to the environment "$PATH" variable.
    – JohannesM
    Jul 9, 2019 at 14:36

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git clone "https://github.com/magnumripper/JohnTheRipper.git" && cd JohnTheRipper/src && ./configure && sudo make -s clean && sudo make -sj4 

Then go run and try ./zip2john.

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    Welcome to Super User! Generally, answers are much more helpful if they include an explanation of what the code is intended to do, and why that solves the problem without introducing others.
    – MMM
    Mar 19, 2020 at 14:59
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Adding another way to use zip2john:

It is included in the Snap version of John the Ripper tested on Ubuntu 20.04.

To install John:

snap install john-the-ripper

After installing, use john-the-ripper.zip2john in the command line, for example:

john-the-ripper.zip2john test.zip > hash

Source: Reddit answer

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The accepted answer is not up-to-date and official. Here is copied from the official documentation:

git clone https://github.com/openwall/john -b bleeding-jumbo john
cd john/src/
./configure
make -s clean && make -sj4

To use the tools like zip2john, you can navigate to the run/ folder:

cd ../run/
./zip2john test.zip

Just an usage example.

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