I think that the default wpa key is 10 characters long consisting of 0-9 and the letters a-f (in lower case)
I'm not sure that there's a regular pattern either e.g. the letters don't seem to be fixed in the same location for each password, I've seen a few and they're all jumbled. I've been looking at this on and off for sometime and haven't really found a good way of creating a dictionary file for these.
This is how I was going about it before, maybe you could improve on what I'm doing;
it's quick in the sense that you don't have to wait days for a password file that starts with a lot phrases such as 0000000000, 0000000001 etc. but it's a lengthy process when you start doing it over and over! One step that's not in that thread is the sorting after the initial file.
Useto randomize the file, then use sed to append the lines. I find it gives you much better passwords, instead of having aaaa1 being appended to aaaa2 etc. etc. (aaaa1aaaa2 is pretty useless)Code:sort -R file.txt > sort.txt
Another problem is that all the passwords I've made so far are completely random....I've no idea what I have and what I don't so all the work could end up with me having duplicates and completely missed phrases. I could test yours against the wordlist I've created so far, it has about 30 million passwords in it...if you give me your SSID I can create a rainbow table to see if it contains the key? Entirely up to you.