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In my openssl command below, I don't get the same hash value as stored in /etc/shadow for user1. What am I doing wrong? I'm even using the same salt.
root@kali:~# cat /etc/shadow | grep user1 user1:$6$GRZcztBQ$.eHNZsczu4D3g7bsGkZlVKi14nLG/5W8WXXr7vKbziwkKHCnq3fvBO.j1KPcVxyTqy/5.DXZy4lD8QqH1H2bH/:16458:0:99999:7::: root@kali:~#
root@kali:~# echo -n \$GRZcztBQ\$HelloWorld | openssl dgst -sha512 (stdin)= 0afd50eb46b2004be59c3ac2b53e456e5359dc20debe561afabafdaac0eda7d1e666b766de537bbc663f8b2290f2177fc16659e874c05ce5651f0722c65f901c root@kali:~#
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