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    Default wordlist mod help

    hi guys'n gells.

    i wondered it there was a a command that i could use to strip-out all special characters from my wordlist ? as in remove all none alpha-numeric entries and remove such as *^&^&$%&$&#^!@ and so on ?

    thanks in advance.

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    search about generating password list
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    I think the best would be for you to look at the commands grep / egrep and sed.

    Depending on what your wordlist looks like, it may not be too hard to write a few lines to sort that out.

    Make a short wordlist and test it using the above to get the hang of what they do.

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    This is a definite job for sed as tape suggested. Heres a useful reference I use for sed.

    http://sed.sourceforge.net/sed1line.txt

    also my other favorite site All commands | commandlinefu.com

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    Thats all commands site is a good one !

    Here's another link for getting started with sed ;

    Sed - An Introduction and Tutorial

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