Password hashes are not extracted from the file. John the Ripper (JtR) does not really do this. You can download the code for JtR to figure out how it is done. Here is a little article on how to get the so called "non-hash" info for .zip and .rar files using zip2john and rar2john: -to-cracking-zip-and-rar-protected.html
You shouldn't need that ERF in the latest version. See the bold comment at the bottom for what to do with it if you DO need it.Download the other file instead, the .rar file. Unzip that one to the proper locations as usual. (.mod in module folder, .hak in hak folder, etc.)
You can integrate Hazelcast into J2EE containers via the Hazelcast Resource Adapter (hazelcast-jca-rar-version.rar). After proper configuration, Hazelcast can participate in standard J2EE transactions.
My household was still using 56k internet when Maplestory was the biggest thing to ever happen in gaming, so I hold some bittersweet memories of having to download 30+ .rar parts of the game installer with what was essentially a maximum of 19KB/s, each part taking a mind-numbing 2 hours to complete. 041b061a72