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-=Xploitz=-
06-18-2007, 03:47 PM
Hello everyone,

I wanted to take some time out to give back to the community, and share with you all some wordlist and dictionary's to help you with with WAP/WPA2 dictionary attacks...If you don't mind, please post links or even upload some of your own wordlist or dictionary's to rapidshare.com (http://www.rapidshare.com/) or Mediafire.com (http://www.mediafire.com/) and post the links for us to extract them. As you all know, the key to cracking WPA/WPA2 is with a good dictionary or wordlist, because your attacks are only as strong as these list. ;)


I'll start by posting my favorite site for wordlist..The main site is http://www.theargon.com/
there are many directories in this one, and the good ones are called webster-dictionary.txt (http://theargon.com/achilles/wordlists/webster-dictionary.txt) and theargonlistver1.zip (http://www.theargon.com/achilles/wordlists/theargonlists/theargonlistver1.zip) And the HUGE one is theargonlistver2.zip (2.3 GIGS!!) (http://theargon.com/achilles/wordlists/theargonlists/theargonlistver2.zip) Now if I can only find me a program on either Linux or Windows that will let me Capitalize the first letter only with these list..that would be awesome. Mabey raptor 3 or JTR will..Ill have to find out. That way we can have a list of dictionaries with the example xploitz and Xploitz or password and Password.

What are some of your favorite wordlist & dictionary links/downloads?

loftrat
06-18-2007, 04:38 PM
Hello everyone,

[...]

Now if I can only find me a program on either Linux or Windows that will let me Capitalize the first letter only with these list..that would be awesome.

[...]



I've just started learning about shell scripting within Linux, it looks to me like this should be a fairly easy thing to do - I'll take a look tomorrow while I'm at work and see if I can work it out. If I can I'll post a script here for you.

Do you want it to take a list like:



xploitz
password
remote
backtrack
work
script
linux
windows


.....and turn it into:



Xploitz
Password
Remote
Backtrack
Work
Script
Linux
Windows


.....or into.....




xploitz
Xploitz
password
Password
remote
Remote
backtrack
Backtrack
work
Work
script
Script
linux
Linux
windows
Windows


Note though that the second one will massively increase the size of your list.

-=Xploitz=-
06-18-2007, 05:23 PM
I've just started learning about shell scripting within Linux, it looks to me like this should be a fairly easy thing to do - I'll take a look tomorrow while I'm at work and see if I can work it out. If I can I'll post a script here for you.

Do you want it to take a list like:



xploitz
password
remote
backtrack
work
script
linux
windows


.....and turn it into:




xploitz
Xploitz
password
Password
remote
Remote
backtrack
Backtrack
work
Work
script
Script
linux
Linux
windows
Windows


Note though that the second one will massively increase the size of your list.

This one would be PERFECT!! Yes! I understand it will double the size of my list..but this is ok, for now. If it could be done "on the fly" though, that would be even better cause it would save space by doing 1 lowercase word converted "on the fly" to do first letter only Capitalization after the lowercase word is tried. example..

script to do

WORDS IN MY LIST ONLY

test
violet
etc

do those and then one by one alternate them automatically to do them again..but capitalize the first letter without having to create a new list of same words with first letter capitalized. (Saving the need for 2 list, 1 for uppercase, and one lowercased ...by replacing it with this method.) Doing this....

test
Test
violet
Violet
etc
Etc

but automatically ..did I make sense to you?? I got lost myself on that one..lol :p

-=Xploitz=-
06-18-2007, 05:52 PM
I came across this script on the web...its a password generator for

alphanum=('0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABC DEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ')

alpha = ('abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV WXYZ')

alphacap = ('ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ')

all=('abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQR STUVWXYZ0123456789!@#$%^&*()-_+=~`[]{}|\:;"\'<>,.?/')

Heres the script....



#!/usr/bin/python
#Password generater that uses type and length.
#There are 4 types to use: alphanum, alpha, alphacap, all
#d3hydr8[at]gmail[dot]com

import random, sys

def title():
print "\n\t d3hydr8[at]gmail[dot]com Password Gen v1.1"
print "\t-----------------------------------------------\n"

def passgen(choice, length):

passwd = ""

alphanum = ('0123456789abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKL MNOPQRSTUVWXYZ')
alpha = ('abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV WXYZ')
alphacap = ('ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ')
all = ('abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV WXYZ0123456789!@#$%^&*()-_+=~`[]{}|\:;"\'<>,.?/')

if str(choice).lower() == "alphanum":
choice = alphanum

elif str(choice).lower() == "alpha":
choice = alpha

elif str(choice).lower() == "alphacap":
choice = alphacap

elif str(choice).lower() == "all":
choice = all

else:
print "Type doesn't match\n"
sys.exit(1)

return passwd.join(random.sample(choice, int(length)))

title()
if len(sys.argv) <= 3 or len(sys.argv) == 5:
print "\nUsage: ./passgen.py <type> <length of password> <how many>"
print "\t[options]"
print "\t -w/-write <file> : Writes passwords to file\n"
print "There are 4 types to use: alphanum, alpha, alphacap, all\n"
sys.exit(1)

for arg in sys.argv[1:]:
if arg.lower() == "-w" or arg.lower() == "-write":
txt = sys.argv[int(sys.argv[1:].index(arg))+2]

if sys.argv[3].isdigit() == False:
print sys.argv[3],"must be a number\n"
sys.exit(1)
if sys.argv[2].isdigit() == False:
print sys.argv[2],"must be a number\n"
sys.exit(1)
try:
if txt:
print "[+] Writing Data:",txt
output = open(txt, "a")
except(NameError):
txt = None
pass

for x in xrange(int(sys.argv[3])):
if txt != None:
output.writelines(passgen(sys.argv[1],sys.argv[2])+"\n")
else:
print "Password:",passgen(sys.argv[1],sys.argv[2])
print "\n[-] Done\n"

-=Xploitz=-
06-18-2007, 06:06 PM
Heres another link of dictionaries and different language dictionaries..etc

ftp://ftp.mirrorgeek.com/openwall/wordlists/

sc0tch
06-18-2007, 10:42 PM
Now if I can only find me a program on either Linux or Windows that will let me Capitalize the first letter only with these list..that would be awesome.



awk '{ sub(/^./,toupper(substr($0,1,1))); print; }' name_of_file


Remember to pipe the output somewhere useful.


-sc0tch

-=Xploitz=-
06-19-2007, 01:07 AM
awk '{ sub(/^./,toupper(substr($0,1,1))); print; }' name_of_file


Remember to pipe the output somewhere useful.


-sc0tch

Ahh!..Thank you sc0tch! http://forums.remote-exploit.org/images/icons/icon14.gif

balding_parrot
06-19-2007, 01:32 AM
Damn :( I was just looing out my visual studio to write you a windows program to do this as my linux scripting blows chunks :D had to find it in all the junk here as I lost a 100Gb HD on one of my laptops at the weekend (yes it was on Fathers day)the one where it was installed along with a whole sh*tload of other files relating to pentesting and security that have taken me months to get together :mad:

And was going to give the option to choose which output type out of the first two options suggested you would like from within the program. ie two files or double sized file.

But then I suppose this is a linux forum and a linux solution would be the better option for everyone. :D


and just found out that the backup of that disk seems to be corrupt as well just to make it an extra kick in the teeth......

I think I am going sit back with a few cold ones and cry for a bit ...... maybe a few more than that just to be on the safe side........

balding_parrot
06-20-2007, 04:29 AM
OK so time for a very quick update.

The laptop/HDD/backup situation

The HDD is most definately dead, tried it in another laptop and it is not even recognised in the bios and is making non normal noises. Tried it in an external enclosure and nothing, so I guess there is no hope except expensive solutions that I am not sure it warants.

The backup is also corrupt, will not open at all. Tried reinstalling the software used to create it and tried opening it on another computer and no luck either way.

To top that all off the laptop will not start at all now, not even with a different HDD or without a HDD at all. So I predict it will probably have an accident accidently somehow.

The windows software.

Ok so I installed VS6 on another computer and started to create an interface to open the files and there was the problem. After some investigation I could see that instead of opening the file one line at a time for processing it was opening the whole file as if it was on one line. This after lots of head scratching turns out to be that unix/linux creates text files using just a LF (line feed) between lines whereas windows will use a CRLF (carrage return + line feed) which VB6 does not interpret correctly.
As far as I could find out, unless you are using a custom control which I was unable to find any info on you are going to run into problems with this type of file. I did find some talk saying that .net will handle this better but even then they said that was still unreliable.

So it looks like I am going to have to say sorry but unless I find a solution, this is beyond me.

If you want to see this for yourself open one of the wordlists from http://www.theargon.com/ in notepad and you will see it all one line (although it will probably show as a couple of lines) with a black block between the words. Now if you open that same file in wordpad you will see it formatted with one word per line. So there is a solution but I don't what it is.

Sorry but it looks like a linux solution will be the best answer, or someone with better programming skills than my obviously limited ones are.

Bob327
06-26-2007, 11:13 PM
This may be a stupid question, but I'm opening the files posted by Xploitz in kwrite, specifically theargonlistver1 (I was actually hoping to use them with John as well but it was crashing when I tried to do so, so I thought I'd give the actual file a look see), and I'm failing to understand all the incoherent rambling at the beginning of the file?

purehate
06-27-2007, 01:57 AM
This may be a stupid question, but I'm opening the files posted by Xploitz in kwrite, specifically theargonlistver1 (I was actually hoping to use them with John as well but it was crashing when I tried to do so, so I thought I'd give the actual file a look see), and I'm failing to understand all the incoherent rambling at the beginning of the file?

I ve just been asking xploits about it. It seems that its in a weird format or somthing. when I use it with aircrack it works fine but when i use it with hydra i cant get it to load. Im investigating. I used it with john{the 1,9 gig one] and it appeared to work but failed to crack a simple pass word so I dont know. If any one else can shed some light on the subject. I'd really like to have it as a plain old text file

balding_parrot
06-27-2007, 09:45 AM
Just stumbled across this list and thought that I would add them here.
I have not checked to see if they are duplicates or had time to check that they still exist.
http://ftp.sunet.se/pub/security/tools/net/Openwall/wordlists/
ftp://ftp.ox.ac.uk/pub/wordlists/
http://gdataonline.com/downloads/GDict/
ftp://ftp.openwall.com/pub/wordlists/
ftp://ftp.cerias.purdue.edu/pub/dict/
http://www.indianz.ch/tools/doc/wordlist.zip
http://www.outpost9.com/files/WordLists.html
ftp://ftp.openwall.com/pub/wordlists/passwords/
English and French: https://www.securinfos.info/wordlists_dictionnaires.php
Virtually every language: ftp://ftp.ox.ac.uk/pub/wordlists/
http://www.lostpassword.com/f/wl/bigdict.zip
http://www.lostpassword.com/f/wl/French.zip
http://www.lostpassword.com/f/wl/Spanish.zip
http://www.lostpassword.com/f/wl/German.zip
http://www.vulnerabilityassessment.co.uk/passwords.htm
http://packetstormsecurity.org/Crackers/wordlists/
http://www.ai.uga.edu/ftplib/natural-language/moby/
Cotse has possibly one of the largest collections of word lists (including French). http://www.cotse.com (http://www.cotse.com/)
http://www.cotse.com/tools/wordlists1.htm
http://www.cotse.com/tools/wordlists2.htm
Various language dictionaries at: http://www.openwall.com/mirrors/

balding_parrot
06-27-2007, 09:49 AM
I ve just been asking xploits about it. It seems that its in a weird format or somthing. when I use it with aircrack it works fine but when i use it with hydra i cant get it to load. Im investigating. I used it with john{the 1,9 gig one] and it appeared to work but failed to crack a simple pass word so I dont know. If any one else can shed some light on the subject. I'd really like to have it as a plain old text file

Possibly this is related to the problems that I was having when I tried to write that program to do capitalisation tricks Xploitz wanted.

Just a thought.

-=Xploitz=-
06-27-2007, 01:36 PM
To be honest, I just delete all the B.S and save. It is a lot of B.S....sorry folks. Mabey at one time the original up loader uploaded this to rapidshare and added all that B.S to increase their points. A lot of people do that nowadays. Again my apologies.

-=Xploitz=-
11-02-2007, 06:10 PM
***UPDATE***

Packetstorm has some nice wordlist tools here....check em out. ;) The name of the program I use for my numeric wordlist is called Numero. Found in this first link.


http://packetstormsecurity.org/Crackers/wordlists/utilities/ (http://packetstormsecurity.org/Crackers/wordlists/utilities/)


and heres some of their dictionaries ....


http://www.packetstormsecurity.org/Crackers/wordlists/
or you can go here and browse all their crackers' stuff.....


http://www.packetstormsecurity.org/Crackers

sin_gage
12-03-2007, 10:32 PM
http://ws.hackaholic.org/tools.html
here one generator but havent used it......

default
12-13-2007, 11:00 PM
File contains Open wall Wordlist collection multilanguage 130,000,000+:

**Links removed by -=Xploitz=-**


No Pirated warez here please.

purehate
12-14-2007, 12:27 AM
I appreciate the effort default but to be honest openwall sells their list so we probably should not be linking to a illegal torrent. Call me a square but its just my opinion.

imported_spankdidly
12-14-2007, 12:30 AM
Call me a square but its just my opinion.

Square.

Contact via some other form of communication for illegal torrents. NOT THE FORUMS. At least pretend to be honest :D:D:D

-=Xploitz=-
12-14-2007, 03:20 AM
Square.

Contact via some other form of communication for illegal torrents. NOT THE FORUMS. At least pretend to be honest :D:D:D


I removed the pirated links.



And whats wrong with you spanky?? :confused: Why would you suggest to him to contact people for pirated goods via some other form of communication for illegal torrents??

We don't support, condone, endorse, nor promote ANY illegal services, goods, or any illegal means to pirated goods here. PERIOD.

End of that discussion.

imported_spankdidly
12-14-2007, 03:23 AM
Removed the pirated links.

And whats wrong with you spanky?? :confused: Why would you suggest to him to contact people for pirated goods via some other form of communication for illegal torrents??

We don't support, condone, endorce nor promote ANY illegal services, or any illegal means to pirated goods here period.

End of that discussion.


People are going to do it whether I condone it or not. I at least told them to do it somewhere else. It's like teenagers. Go drink in someone else's alley and get the hell outta mine.

That's all :D:D:D:D:D:D:D

-=Xploitz=-
12-14-2007, 03:24 AM
People are going to do it whether I condone it or not. I at least told them to do it somewhere else. It's like teenagers. Go drink in someone else's alley and get the hell outta mine.

That's all :D:D:D:D:D:D:D

Sorry. Maybe I read that post of yours the wrong way. My apologies. :)

imported_spankdidly
12-14-2007, 03:27 AM
Sorry. Maybe I read that post of yours the wrong way. My apologies. :)

Man Xploitz, you acting a bit crazy these past few days. Settle down, Settle down. Of COURSE I dont condone ILLEGAL activities. If you're going to do that crap dont do it on the forums.

-=Xploitz=-
12-14-2007, 04:01 AM
Its the pressure form the brass.

That and the excitement from my copy of BT3 Final I got.....I mean the BT3 Beta. :p

default
12-14-2007, 10:39 AM
This is what i found in the openwall folder:

"Openwall Project (http://www.openwall.com/) bringing security into open environments

The following copyright statement applies to this wordlists collection as a whole: Copyright (c) 2002,2003 by Solar Designer of Openwall Project
The homepage URL for this wordlists collection is:
http://www.openwall.com/wordlists/
You're allowed to use and redistribute this wordlists collection or parts thereof, with or without modification, provided that credit is given where it is due, any modified versions are marked as such, this license is kept intact and included with each copy, and NO FEE IS CHARGED FOR OBTAINING A COPY except as negotiated with the copyright holder. In particular, you are NOT permitted to charge for bandwidth, physical media, and/or shipping. You're also not permitted to bundle this wordlists collection with a product you charge for.
If redistribution for a fee is what you're after, please contact the copyright holder to negotiate special terms for the downloadable or the extended CD-ready version of this collection.
It was a significant amount of work to compile this collection and having a monopoly on regulating the CD sales is my way to compensate for the time already spent and to allow for further work.
--
Alexander Peslyak aka Solar Designer <solar at openwall.com>"


As far as I'm aware, it's not their "for sale", List, only their free one.

-=Xploitz=-
12-14-2007, 06:47 PM
HHmmm. Interesting.

If it was the free list, I apologize for the misunderstanding / miscommunication.

You may post the links if they are the "Free" ones. But make sure they are truly free before you decide to post them. ;)

default
12-14-2007, 11:00 PM
HHmmm. Interesting.

If it was the free list, I apologize for the misunderstanding / miscommunication.

You may post the links if they are the "Free" ones. But make sure they are truly free before you decide to post them. ;)


I'm not 100% sure as i have not seen the wordlist they have for sale, probably best to stay on the cautious side and not link it. I doubt they have any words on their list that we can't find ourselves, maybe you guys with your big fast internets could make a remote-exploit list and start giving it a way after a small donation?

purehate
12-15-2007, 04:31 AM
The only reason i said that default is because I saw the forsale list plus all the free stuff in a torrent the other day. The one they sell is 650 mb so you can tell by the size. I didnt mean to jump all over you.

default
12-15-2007, 02:25 PM
The only reason i said that default is because I saw the forsale list plus all the free stuff in a torrent the other day. The one they sell is 650 mb so you can tell by the size. I didnt mean to jump all over you.


No problem Mr Hate, You could never jump on me, i move at 2.4GHz

bwise
12-21-2007, 05:39 PM
EDITED: i think the password list used here is adequate.


http://www.renderlab.net/projects/WPA-tables/


This password list is alot more refined than the previous iteration. Kevin Mitnick and Mark Burnett contributed a password list of actual passwords, harvested through google, supplying us with a accurate set of passphrases that people are know to use. This list was actually used as the research material for Mark's book, "Perfect Passwords" (Syngress, 2006)

This list is the sorted result of a survey of over 4 million passwords, showing that people tend to use only a very small number of passwords. As Mark Explains: "If you took the surface area of the entire US to represent the available keyspace for 8-char passwords using all keyboard characters, about 90% of all passwords would fit into an area about 3ft square!"

We padded out this list with dictionaries of common words, folded, mangled, parsed and trimmed to create a million word dictionary for your WPA cracking pleasure with minimal overlap to the previous set of tables.

The refinement of using actual common passwords, coupled with the most common SSID's makes this, we believe, the most efficient set of tables possible without calculating the entire keyspace. One can argue that we could have had 2 million words, but we did want this set to be distributable via bittorrent and 40gig is plenty enough.

ToBHo
12-21-2007, 07:16 PM
33 GB? *lol*
100 GB? *rofl*

What about 5540954347 Gigabyte? :eek:

Lets say we do use every of the 95 printable Ascii-Characters...

And lets say the password we created is 8 characters long...

That makes (95^9)-2 possible passwords !
630249409724609375 Passwords, each 8 characters long makes:
((95^9)-2)*8 Characters

As I tested: 100 characters in a textfile make 118 Byte

That makes a textfile with:

5949554427800312500 Bytes
5810111745898742.67 Kilobytes
5673937251854.24 Megabytes
5540954347.51 Gigabytes


Well my mathematical-knowledge is not that great...so feel free to correct me ;)

greetz ToBHo

purehate
12-21-2007, 07:38 PM
We are talking about WPA tables not a brute force list of every possible char. on the key board. Please read the content of the thread before spouting off with useless drivel. Thank You

ToBHo
12-21-2007, 07:55 PM
k. sry for that ;)

but isnt a brutforce-list also a kind of wpa-table ?

well the ssid is not included, but you could make it to a table ;)

i just wanted to give my word to it...

cya ToBHo

purehate
12-21-2007, 08:16 PM
No in a wpa pass phrase the password is salted with the essid so we take a password list and compute it before hand with our essid thus effectively removing that stage of the cracking process and greatly decreasing the time it takes to crack the pass phrase.

bwise
12-21-2007, 09:57 PM
to tobho :i made a mistake in my initial post actually with the words i used, sorry for the confusion :p

the actual password list size is 10 mb containing one million passwords,
the 33 gb file is presalted with the 1000 top essid .

hope this is clear enough along with the explanation purehate gave:)

brigante
12-24-2007, 09:32 AM
Here is where so far I have taken my dictionaries and my wordlist...


hxxp://xxx.divshare.com/download/3228071-c7f

hi.

P.S.:
if someone wants input words on "SQL" or "XSS" , i council to prove this Firefox-extension from -securitycompass.com-

hxxp://xxx.securitycompass.com/exploitme.shtml

(x->t x->w)

skindeep
12-26-2007, 06:14 AM
Has anyone tried using the ~35gig pre-hashed list? I was curious to what kind of processing time people are getting when running the list. The list seems to be compiled for cowpatty- can it be used for the airolib-ng module?

ciopper
12-28-2007, 09:49 PM
Is it normal that when i try to open a wordlist file.txt (100-200Mb) my pc crash???

thx bye :)

-=Xploitz=-
12-28-2007, 09:52 PM
Is it normal that when i try to open a wordlist file.txt (100-200Mb) my pc crash???

thx bye :)

Sounds like your text file is 2 big for your RAM memory or processor to handle. ;)

ciopper
12-28-2007, 09:56 PM
Sounds like your text file is 2 big for your RAM memory or processor to handle. ;)

I tried with a desktop pc with cpu Intel dual core with 2Gb of ram ddr2 with SO XP... and with notebook Pentium M 2,66 Mhz and 512 Mb of ram with SO backtrack.... :(

default
12-29-2007, 10:07 PM
Use this to read large txt files on your XP machine

http://www.swiftgear.com/ltfviewer/LTFViewr.zip

ciopper
12-30-2007, 03:18 AM
Use this to read large txt files on your XP machine

http://www.swiftgear.com/ltfviewer/LTFViewr.zip

wowww.... fantastic!!!
thxxxxxxxxxx :D

-=Xploitz=-
12-30-2007, 11:07 PM
Use this to read large txt files on your XP machine

http://www.swiftgear.com/ltfviewer/LTFViewr.zip

Thats what I use on Windows...and under wine in Linux. :)

heinrisch
01-13-2008, 11:56 PM
I don't know if anyone replied with a decent answer on the capitalization problem. I have to learn python so I though that this would be a good thing to start with. So here it is, enjoy my first python script:


#!/user/bin/python
#Forsta

import sys,string;

o = open("CAP" + str(sys.argv[1]) ,'w');
i = open(str(sys.argv[1]));
indata = i.readline();
while indata != "":
o.write(indata);
o.write(indata[0].swapcase());
o.write(indata[1:]);
indata = i.readline();

o.close();
i.close();

Usage (Windows, linux or any other distoro):
1. Save the text to a file called GoodName.py
2. Run (with cmd, the terminal, or other) "GoodName.py yourList.txt"
3. Done! You should now have a file called "CAPyourList.txt"
Comment: have a newline at the end of your file (a blank line).

Yes you need python for this to work..

I could add some more features if anyone wants/needs anything.

The_Denv
01-16-2008, 05:02 AM
First of all, Cheers Xpolitz for creating this tutorial. I am sure it has taken a long time to do and a lot of hard work, but also very enjoyable hard work :) You do contribute a lot to this community. Im only getting round to reading this thread now as I have been busy with Ettercap/Wireshark for a while [and still am! Got a headache! but an enjoyable headache to say the least].

I never have used WPA before, never needed to because where I live everyone is completely thick and primitive to network security. I have been using WEP ever since I bought my AP. Although, after I understand the hashes in Ettercap/Wireshark etc I will be looking for a new project to work on [WPA/AES/PSK].

Just a question to ask, since nearly every post, tutorial, video I have read does assume that the pentester is using a word they already know and that the word is within the wordlist...How can we possibly say WPA is 'thee' encryption to use? For example, when I pentested my WEP key I got my friend to set the WEP key without me looking at it [to prove to him and myself]. How can we do this with WPA if someone enters a key with symbols/capital letters and even a bunch of words all put together as one key?

After all, pentesting is to see if the pentested object is secure, how can we know if it is secure if we all enter 'the key' into our wordlist....isn't that cheating? As the blackhat's will NOT already have our key obviously lol.

Looking forward to any and all responses and again GREAT job Xploitz, keep it up man.

[Has anyone noticed for some reason the forum is quieter than usual this last month and a half]?

Tezyn
01-26-2008, 07:04 PM
Did we ever get a program that would capitalize the first character of each word?

I wrote a cheezy program in C that would do that and if it already is uppercase, switch it to lower case, but I am looking for other variations ideas that I can add to it.

What I am wanting to do, is to make it so my password file will only need to be all lowercase (to keep it as small as possible), but then to run it through a program that will parse each word, and spit out the possible variations. That way you could pipe it out to a named pipe, and any program that needs a password file can just read from the pipe.

I am looking for USEFUL ways that I can parse this (i.e spit out e as @ and E as 3), so if this sounds good to you, and you would like specific functionality added, send me a PM with you ideas, and I will try to add it to the program. And then once I am done, I will post the code for all to use.

Oh, and if someone knows of an existing program that will do just this, let me know.

-=Xploitz=-
01-27-2008, 08:53 PM
Did we ever get a program that would capitalize the first character of each word?

Yes.

Heres the link.


http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=8033 (http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=8033)

FedorEmelianenko
01-30-2008, 02:23 AM
hey dudes,

Somewhere on this forum there are links to rapidshare wordlist of 240MB to 35Gb been searching far a while as well as google searches rapidshare.com: wpa wordlist, church wordlist. etc etc

can some one please post a link

imported_masteroc
01-30-2008, 03:08 AM
ummmm....this thread right here has a bunch of links to wordlists, and
for the 33gb wpa table, then search on google for "church of wifi" and go from there.

FedorEmelianenko
01-30-2008, 03:12 AM
Not exactly the Super Beaut Wordlist I've been looking for
But heres a few more wordlist I’ve found! Enjoy!!

http://rapidshare.com/files/4470757/acdc_s...ionary.rar.html
http://www.rapidshare1.com/wordlist-rapidshare-search.html

B@dW1-FI
02-01-2008, 05:24 AM
rapidshare.com/files/88229830/Wordlist.rar

theargonlistver1.zip I took all the SH!t out!

-=Xploitz=-
02-01-2008, 05:52 AM
rapidshare.com/files/88229830/Wordlist.rar (http://rapidshare.com/files/88229830/Wordlist.rar)

theargonlistver1.zip I took all the SH!t out!

What commands or tools did you use to accomplish this??


I used this command to sort and eliminate double entries>>>
cat all.txt | sort | uniq > sortedUniqueList.txt
then, I use the command>>>
cat sortedUniqueList.txt | pw-inspector -m 8 -M 63 > wpaList.txt...to get rid of anything less than 8 characters (WPA has a minimum of 8 chars for a password,...and a max of 63 chars.;)

Just curious how you did it.

B@dW1-FI
02-01-2008, 03:01 PM
There's a Winblows application called Ultra edit. Currently the No.1 txt editor out atm.

It's capable of loading 35gig files too. I'm currently working on theargonlistver2 which is my preferred word list list.

The person who uploaded this !!!:mad:!!:mad:!

B@dW1-FI
02-01-2008, 03:07 PM
Oh and there is a GUI for this command: cat sortedUniqueList.txt | pw-inspector -m 8 -M 63 > wpaList.txt



Hint* Use the Cut as I found the delete to be more than useless :p

-=Xploitz=-
02-01-2008, 06:03 PM
Oh and there is a GUI for this command: cat sortedUniqueList.txt | pw-inspector -m 8 -M 63 > wpaList.txt



Hint* Use the Cut as I found the delete to be more than useless :p


A GUI for the command


cat sortedUniqueList.txt | pw-inspector -m 8 -M 63 > wpaList.txt
:confused: Where? How? :confused: Looks like I'm gonna learn something new today. :)


And the cut command is a little risky for me to use. I'm not comfortable enough with it yet to practice it on my dictionaries. :D

B@dW1-FI
02-02-2008, 04:14 AM
In the txt field right click and select range you can choose from 1 up to about 20,000, Vertically and Horizontal. It can be a pig of an app when selecting a range like 1 to 3,000,000 @ 65 to 200 and throws a few errors. Actually I would recommend the way you have been doing it 'if' it's not tacking Chunks of virtual memory and throwing errors for that 1.996Gb.lst file I did it when I was @ work and had nothing else better to do on a win2k machine,

I have other issues atm but when I have debugged them and I'm sure I will :confused::p I'll upload theargonlistver2 to rapidshare.

-=Xploitz=-
02-02-2008, 04:36 PM
In the txt field right click and select range you can choose from 1 up to about 20,000, Vertically and Horizontal. It can be a pig of an app when selecting a range like 1 to 3,000,000 @ 65 to 200 and throws a few errors. Actually I would recommend the way you have been doing it 'if' it's not tacking Chunks of virtual memory and throwing errors for that 1.996Gb.lst file I did it when I was @ work and had nothing else better to do on a win2k machine,

I have other issues atm but when I have debugged them and I'm sure I will :confused::p I'll upload theargonlistver2 to rapidshare.

No, I don't get any errors from what I can tell. It does leave only a very SMALL handful of duplicates....nothing to worry about though.

gangstazar
02-10-2008, 05:26 PM
I have a question about word lists. Say for example this is my wordlist:

dog
cat
canadian
salmon
tree
internet
1
2
3
4
5
6
apple

and a passphrase was 'canadianapple123'

would the wordlist crack this password? would 'canadian apple 123' work?

So my question is: can you crack a password made up of multiple words or numbers with no spaces, or with spaces, or is it not possible? thanks!

streaker69
02-10-2008, 05:28 PM
I have a question about word lists. Say for example this is my wordlist:

dog
cat
canadian
salmon
tree
internet
1
2
3
4
5
6
apple

and a passphrase was 'canadianapple123'

would the wordlist crack this password? would 'canadian apple 123' work?

So my question is: can you crack a password made up of multiple words or numbers with no spaces, or with spaces, or is it not possible? thanks!

You could probably write a concatenation wordlist engine, but it would probably take forever to process.

-=Xploitz=-
03-21-2008, 03:08 AM
I just wanted to add the WORLDS best WPA password list (pureh@tes),...... and the WORLDS Best, All Round, MASSIVE Password Collection that you can find anywhere on the internet (-=Xploitz=-).. Just for y'all :cool:



The HATELIST by pureh@te>>>>


http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=11925 (http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=11925)



http://forums.remote-exploit.org/images/icons/icon4.gif-=Xploitz=- 2 Master Password Collections PUBLICLY RELEASED!! by -=Xploitz=->>>



http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=11875

pillBOXhat
04-05-2008, 11:41 PM
Haven't been to the forums in a while, but I have to say thanks for this.

Ergin
05-10-2008, 03:57 PM
We are talking about WPA tables not a brute force list of every possible char. on the key board. Please read the content of the thread before spouting off with useless drivel. Thank You

thank you yes

brigante
05-11-2008, 12:55 AM
thanx a lot to all , great work !

bhups
05-12-2008, 05:01 PM
excellent range of dictionarys can be downloaded from OpenOffice site:
hxxp://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Dictionaries

use excel to space out useless charectors using the "/" as a tab.

i.e. Import the en_GB.dic file as Delimited, use the "/" as the Deliminator. This should separate the useable word with the rubbish made up after the / sign.

Just delete the unusable column and then copy the filtered info back to the txt (or .dic) file.

hope this helps!

xist7
06-20-2008, 11:47 AM
I've got a number of different wordlists that I have created/merged from other wordlists. They are entirely duplicate free and in general have a hell of a lot better quality then the argon junk.

article7.org/wordlists/

Juggernaut
07-06-2008, 08:08 AM
Hi.

Here is one nice small wordlist generator, final file output is: wordlist.txt

**/files/127591505/WORDLIST.rar.html ( just replace those ** at start with rapidshare(dot)com )

My friend maded it.

Warning - size of wordlist.txt is very very big :D ( if you use all options and big word lenght )


:D

Lazzura
08-26-2008, 03:48 AM
Have any of you stumbled upon a Lithuanian dictionary wordlist, i have searched google and the forums for this but i had no luck.

karabaja4
09-04-2008, 05:24 PM
for those who need hex-only wordlists:

http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showpost.php?p=98344&postcount=7

enjoy :D

jorgan
12-23-2008, 12:10 PM
serbian dict -> jorgan.users.cg.yu/words.srpski.txt

gromeo
01-14-2009, 08:18 AM
Catch that! http://awlg.org/index.gen

CptSlow
01-16-2009, 11:35 AM
Here you go guys, 3 BIG A$$ Wordlists for WPA(2) Cracking:



hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist.rar
hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist2.rar
hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist3.rar

If unrarred, they are over 500MB EACH in size (totaling over a 1.5GB !!)

Have Fun !

ntrncx
03-21-2009, 11:11 AM
thanks for the worldlists but anyway i think they are a bit big for my laptop to process since checks usualy with 950kbs/sec :P

imported_PostalService
03-29-2009, 07:52 AM
Here you go guys, 3 BIG A$$ Wordlists for WPA(2) Cracking:



hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist.rar
hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist2.rar
hxxp://storageftp.info/Educational_Purposes_Only/wordlists/wpalist3.rar

If unrarred, they are over 500MB EACH in size (totaling over a 1.5GB !!)

Have Fun !

Looks like the account that hosts them is suspended.

andreanadelphon
04-05-2009, 09:27 PM
Thanks, but what's with the proprietary RAR format?? Doesn't anyone here use umm Linux?

And using the password given with the "Xploitz Master Password Collection" with unrar-free doesn't seem to be able to extract the files...

imported_PostalService
04-12-2009, 11:38 AM
Thanks, but what's with the proprietary RAR format?? Doesn't anyone here use umm Linux?

And using the password given with the "Xploitz Master Password Collection" with unrar-free doesn't seem to be able to extract the files...

Linux has rar too http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm

I think people just use it becaues of how it allows easily splitting up of parts and good compression.

andreanadelphon
04-15-2009, 11:18 PM
Linux has rar too

I think people just use it becaues of how it allows easily splitting up of parts and good compression.

It may be an easy solution but it is unfortunately a proprietary format and rar archives cannot legally be created without using the proprietary software. They can only be uncompressed.

I'm pretty sure that bz2 (with split) or 7zip can do everything rar can do, and they are licensed under GPL and LGPL respectively. And 7zip has better compression than rar in some cases. So it makes me wonder why anyone would ever need to use rar...?

But anyway, I guess that's a little off topic. Sorry, I just thought I needed to say something in case people didn't know...and to promote free software, which seems to be consistent with the mindset of BackTrack.

balding_parrot
04-16-2009, 12:51 AM
I recently (2-3 weeks ago) did some tests to compare various compression formats on a 36GB wordlist.

tar bz2 7zip and other native linux formats came out between 1GB to just under 4GB
whereas
rar came out with a file of ~51.2MB and was faster in creating that archive too.

As I own a copy (was given a free copy by Rarlabs) and the people the file is intended for can unrar it quite legally with the tools included in linux, it is a no-brainer for me to use that format.
So as you see, for me it was not a case of promoting a proprietary format, it was a case of what was best for everyone.

andreanadelphon
04-16-2009, 01:16 AM
I recently (2-3 weeks ago) did some tests to compare various compression formats on a 36GB wordlist.

tar bz2 7zip and other native linux formats came out between 1GB to just under 4GB
whereas
rar came out with a file of ~51.2MB and was faster in creating that archive too.

As I own a copy (was given a free copy by Rarlabs) and the people the file is intended for can unrar it quite legally with the tools included in linux, it is a no-brainer for me to use that format.
So as you see, for me it was not a case of promoting a proprietary format, it was a case of what was best for everyone.

Ah, I see. Well that would be a good reason =)

opreat0r
04-29-2009, 09:59 AM
http://rmccurdy.com/scripts/packetstorm_dic_john_1337.tar.gz simple 1337 speak wordlist

Danboy
06-14-2009, 11:26 PM
In peoples experience how big a dictionary file does it take to crack the average wpa key? I know averages mean little as the correct phrase is either included or not, but as a guideline?

Zolltain
06-15-2009, 12:34 AM
What is the biggest password list there is? Can anyone confirm that it is usable and works? And a link?

Help a brother out.

sbolen28
06-24-2009, 06:31 AM
This word list i just found is almost 30gig when its unzipped

I havent unzipped it yet but thought I would post it for all


RapidShare: Easy Filehosting (http://rapidshare.com/files/30781645/huge_wordlist.rar)

thorking
06-26-2009, 05:58 AM
nice, great friend!

Krille
06-28-2009, 07:44 AM
Here is a "birth date" file which covers yerar 1920 to 2020 with month and day in various formats.

w ww.megaupload. com/?d=QTK6GI9K

compaq
08-03-2009, 05:45 AM
This is apart of wordlist from *******b to ******ic (858mb uncompressed), the first place can be between a-z A-Z , and the last can be from a-z 0-9(when i get them uploaded) ,

I'm looking for more ways to change the wordlist, so i can generate 9-10 char passwords, without getting into the 100gig range :) any help appracieted

*******b - ******ic
RapidShare: 1-CLICK Web hosting - Easy Filehosting (http://rapidshare.com/files/263096826/8charB.rar.html)

******ic - ******fe
http://rapidshare.com/files/263123663/8charD.rar.html

imported_-$p!c3-
08-08-2009, 03:32 AM
Hey compaq, thanks for sharing your material! ;)
I'm compiling your lists in this very moment and I must say, downloading really looks like worth the effort.



I havent unzipped it yet but thought I would post it for all
Sbolen28, you certainly should have. This file is absolutely...USELESS. If you would have tested your huge file BEFORE posting it here, you wouldn't have posted it. Its not suitable for any penetration testing. The mentioned file is better known as "acdc's dictionary", which exists in various places and forums throughout the web. Available everywhere. Please tell me which program reads 30 GB of STRING.

Either way - good luck with using this file as a stone for the grave of your harddisc...

-$p!c3-

jenbo
08-09-2009, 10:02 PM
30 gig is stupid in size, if you airolib-ng'ed it, it would be about 200 gb .! ! and thats with only 1 eesid. you better of with a common WPA word/Wordlist

imported_-$p!c3-
08-11-2009, 01:26 PM
Hey, you forgot that some people donīt lack harddisc space on their private Roadrunner.

-$p!c3-

imported_pingu
08-18-2009, 01:18 AM
Hi, does anyone have an 8 character Upper case alphabet combination e.g. HQYTSSDF wordlist, just wanting to create rainbow tables for sky wifi's.

purehate
08-18-2009, 01:24 AM
You can easily create one with crunch in backtrack

crunch 8 8 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ -o upercase.txt

imported_pingu
08-18-2009, 03:10 AM
Thanks purehate, much appreciated.

{LCD}STELIOS
08-23-2009, 04:59 AM
You can easily create one with crunch in backtrack

crunch 8 8 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ -o upercase.txt

I copied the text verbatum and I get bash: crunch: command not found?

What am I doing wrong?:confused:

P.S how big would the output file be for an 8 8 length table (roughly).

I checked it out and it is the right syntax, problem is just with the noob imputting it.
It must be where I am trying to enter the data?
I have started crunch up with the gooey menu and I have "cd" to it too.
Enlighten the dim please. Ta

Thanks

{LCD}STELIOS
08-24-2009, 05:41 PM
Just a post to ask the same question as posted it in the wee hours and I think it got missed as no on replied.;)

purehate
08-24-2009, 06:17 PM
Probably because crunch is not in the path, it is located in /pentest/password/crunch/

{LCD}STELIOS
08-24-2009, 06:25 PM
[QUOTE=pureh@te;149345]Probably because crunch is not in the path, it is located in /pentest/password/crunch/

Thanks mate:D
Ah I know what I was doing wrong.instead of /pentest/password/crunch/crunch 8 8 ........etc
I was missing out a part. /pentest/password/crunch/ 8 8......etc
Doh.

TheFoolTheMeddlingIdiot
09-12-2009, 04:11 AM
I thought I should share a script I wrote as an exercise in learning Ruby that might appeal to some of the traveling pentester types here. I call it NIAC (numbers in area code) and would appreciate any suggestions for improvement because I am just a newb. Requires Ruby, Curl, and a 12 oz. can of domestically brewed internet. :cool:

Example:
user@Host:/mnt/750$ ruby niac.ry 321
...
3212031031
3212031032
3212031033
...

runtime for me while also running airolib-ng was 41.251 seconds. Not bad?
Because this is my first post I can't post a URL so to make this script work you need to replace the four "X"'s with "http".



# NIACRetrieves all the exchanges for any area code in the US from a
# website and prints out all 9999 possible numbers for each
# exchange.

if (ARGV.length == 0): puts("Usage: niac <areacode>")
end

areacode = ARGV[0]
# C h a n g e XXXX to http
exchanges = `curl -N -s XXXX://telcodata.us/telcodata/telco?npa=#{areacode}|grep -E -o '(#{areacode}\-...)'|awk -F \- '{print $1$2}'|uniq`
array = exchanges.scan(/\d{6}/).map { |c| c.to_i }

i = 0
while (i < array.length)
suffix = 0
while (suffix < 9999)
print array[i] * 10000 + suffix
suffix += 1
puts "\n"
end
i += 1
end

default
09-16-2009, 08:31 PM
WPA 8-40 random Alpha-numeric words, all unique

File size: 95 MB
Unpacked size 415 MB




http://www.megaupload.com/?d=XV34VA9Z

default
09-21-2009, 09:21 PM
More WPA Wordlists, all unique, alpha-numeric 8-63 character words, one word per line.


BIG-WPA-LIST-1
241.09 MB -> 1.2 GB

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=L7LQSH5UBIG-WPA-LIST-2
299.68 MB -> 1.2 GB

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2P23UCLVBIG-WPA-LIST-3
270.48 MB -> 1.2 GB

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=F6DEE204

default
09-24-2009, 05:44 PM
wordlist, smerdlist, 1 GTX295 can do about 19,500 passwords per second...

YouTube - Atlas Folder - 23 nVidia GTX295 GPU Folding Farm (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjOW5iW7dJQ)

imported_deepstar
09-30-2009, 10:35 AM
Hi
Can I run these wordlists from a fat32 partition or a linux partition ?
Thank you....

EDIT: Copied to a fat32 usb flash drive and it works.

gool54
10-20-2009, 04:58 PM
most of routers come with default wpa 8 charcaters like MNHGJKLI people dont change their default wpa key only the advanced users, anyway to find this kind of dictionary?

jenbo
10-20-2009, 11:28 PM
WPA-PSK WORDLIST (40 MB).rar Torrent - btjunkie (http://btjunkie.org/torrent/WPA-PSK-WORDLIST-40-MB-rar/4486ea4332a397743d3c6d1901cdead75ea4fb6988b0)

&

WPA-PSK WORDLIST 2 (107 MB).rar Torrent Download - Torrent Reactor NET (http://www.torrentreactor.net/torrents/2295589/WPA-PSK-WORDLIST-2-%28107-MB%29-rar)

hope this helps.

p.s thanks for all the support. (you know who you are) :)


You can now download my NEW WPA wordist from my FTP server 13 GB when unzipped (plz use an FTP client as ive dissabled some FTP traffic to stop hackers .. :p 82.2.24.183

gool54
10-23-2009, 09:39 PM
@jenbo

your list is 8 upper case letters?
i tried crunch but take to much time , i'am not generting file with it but straight way send it to cowpatty to crack the key

./crunch 8 8 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ | ./cowpatty -f - -s essid -r file.cap and iam still after 10 hours : AAACRTYG

guess will take ages,, anyone tried it?
or know how to optimise crunch ? with aircrack with file is much faster

another things is it possible to change remotly THE MAC ADRESS of the router ? it could change his wpa key as well?

makabrys
10-28-2009, 10:55 PM
Just stumbled across this list and thought that I would add them here.
I have not checked to see if they are duplicates or had time to check that they still exist.
[/LIST]

Thanks a lot my friend it realy helped me ..gj have a good day ;)

wif1bust3r
11-01-2009, 09:47 PM
@jenbo

./crunch 8 8 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ | ./cowpatty -f - -s essid -r file.cap and iam still after 10 hours : AAACRTYG

guess will take ages,, anyone tried it?
or know how to optimise crunch ? with aircrack with file is much faster



If I were you, I'd break that 8 characters into smaller parts. Filter out character combinations you don't need. Trim down your list by removing duplicate letters and unusual consecutive characters (vowels or consonants). The new version of wepbuster (0.7) can do all these for you. Try it and read the manual for more details (wepbuster --man).

ciao!

gool54
11-02-2009, 10:21 PM
If I were you, I'd break that 8 characters into smaller parts. Filter out character combinations you don't need. Trim down your list by removing duplicate letters and unusual consecutive characters (vowels or consonants). The new version of wepbuster (0.7) can do all these for you. Try it and read the manual for more details (wepbuster --man).

ciao!

Thank you wif1bust3r for your help yes you right its good idea , i took time to read your thread about wepbuster tool and seems very good tool i hope you will include in your next realse cracking wpa key, hoping also next realse of backtrack will include your tool, well best solution stays rainbow tables i guess! , someone in this thread has made smaller part 8 characters file but unfortunatly not upper case .

relaxo
11-23-2009, 12:14 AM
excellent range of dictionarys can be downloaded from OpenOffice site:
hxxp://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Dictionaries

use excel to space out useless charectors using the "/" as a tab.

i.e. Import the en_GB.dic file as Delimited, use the "/" as the Deliminator. This should separate the useable word with the rubbish made up after the / sign.

wow thank you this is pretty cool

and thank you all others for this wordlists especially pureh@te and -XploitZ- for their great work

EDIT:
I'm sorry that i offered wrong lists. My "birthdaylist" has a length less than 8 characters so it is useless for wpa/wpa2.
I've made a new one in the format ddmmyyyy with "Microsoft Excel"
here it is (it includes also "leap years" /schaltjahre )

rapidshare.com/files/327939040/yearlist.txt.html


evilshare.com/grkt0da7jdol/wlist.rar.html
rapidshare.com/files/310714717/wlist.rar
megaupload.com/?d=B57DQDUL
ul.to/9g0ond/wlist.rar

imported_NiceDude502
11-25-2009, 10:42 PM
Well I made a script to ask via zenity for an input text file you browse and choose then it takes that lowercase wordlist and makes 3 copies ( one normal, one with first letter in caps & one in all caps ) and then combines them and starts doing l33t speak replacement variations on the list including a full l33t replacement. All those are sorted and output to a wordlist that is 50-150X the originals size.

I Joined today here in the forums just to post it for others benefit only to find out I couldn't post an URL to it on deposit files. LOL oh well if that concept sounds like something you would like then let me know and I will try to get you a copy as it is much to long to post here in text.

Guess if I end up posting 15 posts I will share it with everyone.

As an example of what I am talking about if you give my script a text file as input which contains the following 3 words

test
user
admin

It outputs the following new list, which you can see has many different levels of l33t replacement. As it stands now it only does 1 full leet replacement based on the most simple set of character replacement I could assemble but in the future I might try and do 2 or 3 full leet conversions based on some other character replacements.

admin
Admin
ADMIN
test
Test
TEST
user
User
USER
|_|$3|2
4dm1n
4DM1N
4dmin
4DMIN
4d|v|in
4D|v|IN
4|)|v|1|\|
73$7
73s7
73S7
7e$7
7E$7
7es7
7ES7
adm1n
Adm1n
ADM1N
admin
Admin
ADMIN
ad|v|1n
Ad|v|1n
AD|v|1N
ad|v|in
Ad|v|in
AD|v|IN
a|)min
A|)min
A|)MIN
|_|s3r
|_|S3R
t3st
T3st
T3ST
t3$t
T3$t
T3$T
test
Test
TEST
te$t
Te$t
TE$T
u$3r
U$3r
U$3R
u$er
U$er
U$ER
us3r
Us3r
US3R
use|2
Use|2
USE|2
user
User
USER


If anyone is interested in this let me know

jenbo
12-12-2009, 03:28 AM
gool54 my wordlist(s) is 8-63 chars and in upper and lower case with no dupes and no shit

jenbo
12-18-2009, 03:44 AM
I copied the text verbatum and I get bash: crunch: command not found?

What am I doing wrong?:confused:

P.S how big would the output file be for an 8 8 length table (roughly).

I checked it out and it is the right syntax, problem is just with the noob imputting it.
It must be where I am trying to enter the data?
I have started crunch up with the gooey menu and I have "cd" to it too.
Enlighten the dim please. Ta

Thanks

you could try > insted of the -o option, I was trying to crack a SKYxxxxx router once and i did ./crunch 8 8 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ and i i filled 1TB drive. !! so i gave up.

hamoody
01-06-2010, 02:39 AM
hey -=Xploitz=-
how can i use your script to generate passwords in backtrack 3 ?
can u help me please?

-SweetyboY-
01-15-2010, 05:46 PM
superrr x) tah man

kawun
02-01-2010, 07:28 AM
Well I made a script to ask via zenity for an input text file you browse and choose then it takes that lowercase wordlist and makes 3 copies ( one normal, one with first letter in caps & one in all caps ) and then combines them and starts doing l33t speak replacement variations on the list including a full l33t replacement. All those are sorted and output to a wordlist that is 50-150X the originals size.

I Joined today here in the forums just to post it for others benefit only to find out I couldn't post an URL to it on deposit files. LOL oh well if that concept sounds like something you would like then let me know and I will try to get you a copy as it is much to long to post here in text.

Guess if I end up posting 15 posts I will share it with everyone.

As an example of what I am talking about if you give my script a text file as input which contains the following 3 words

test
user
admin

It outputs the following new list, which you can see has many different levels of l33t replacement. As it stands now it only does 1 full leet replacement based on the most simple set of character replacement I could assemble but in the future I might try and do 2 or 3 full leet conversions based on some other character replacements.

admin
Admin
ADMIN
test
Test
TEST
user
User
USER
|_|$3|2
4dm1n
4DM1N
4dmin
4DMIN
4d|v|in
4D|v|IN
4|)|v|1|\|
73$7
73s7
73S7
7e$7
7E$7
7es7
7ES7
adm1n
Adm1n
ADM1N
admin
Admin
ADMIN
ad|v|1n
Ad|v|1n
AD|v|1N
ad|v|in
Ad|v|in
AD|v|IN
a|)min
A|)min
A|)MIN
|_|s3r
|_|S3R
t3st
T3st
T3ST
t3$t
T3$t
T3$T
test
Test
TEST
te$t
Te$t
TE$T
u$3r
U$3r
U$3R
u$er
U$er
U$ER
us3r
Us3r
US3R
use|2
Use|2
USE|2
user
User
USER


If anyone is interested in this let me know

Would you mind sharing a copy of the script? it looks good. THanks

llabrword
02-12-2010, 11:52 PM
I would love a copy of that script.. I'd just put it on my external HD and carry it around with me on the job everyday.

nivong
03-20-2010, 04:22 PM
i have a rapidshare link for the argonlistver2 but i cant post links....

pieface
03-21-2010, 12:18 AM
Rapidshare link theargon 2.3g list (http://rapidshare.com/files/366036504/theargonlistver2.zip [url)

yomama07024
04-04-2010, 07:08 AM
Rapidshare link theargon 2.3g list (http://rapidshare.com/files/366036504/theargonlistver2.zip [url)

that's only about 80 MB, not 2.3 gigs.