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    I was bored so I am coding a program in c++ to manipulate word lists. Thought I might as well post it. If anyone has any ideas and wants me to add something post. next I am going to add uppercase/lowercase manipulation. Right now it just lets you prepend and append characters to a word list. Included in the download is the linux binary and a webster's dictonary wordlist. I will compile and upload the windows binary as well.
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    1.Opens any file.
    2.Output to a new file with those options to preserve the original.
    3.Prepend/Append characters.
    Linux binary/Wordlist - http://rapidshare.com/files/48859964...LaTeR.rar.html
    Windows binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/48860926...LaTeR.exe.html

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    4.Each of the words repeated, on a second line, the original word on the first and the second line using one of the manipulated word.
    Linux binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/48867763...NiPuLaTeR.html

    v3
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    5.All UPPERCASE and lowercase.
    Linux binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/48887651...NiPuLaTeR.html

    v4
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    6.So the pogram writes to end of file and one file can be added to and manipulated many times.
    Linux binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/48980292...NiPuLaTeR.html
    Windows binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/48982358...LaTeR.exe.html

    v5
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    7.Make first letter uppercase
    8.Do alternating upper/lowercase and reverse
    9.Readme
    Linux binary - http://rapidshare.com/files/49057045...LaTeR.rar.html

    v6
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    10.Scan for doubles and remove
    11Reverse strings
    Linux binary -
    http://rapidshare.com/files/49249636...LaTeR.rar.html

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    Not looked at it yet, I was going to do this for Xploitz, but a HDD failure and problems with my basic skills not knowing how to handle the differing line terminators put a stop on that.

    These are the notes it took when we were talking about what it should be capable of.

    It needs to be able to handle lines terminated by either a <cr><lf> pair for files created in a windows environment and by a <lf> for files created in a unix environment.
    Accept a wide range of files as input files txt,lst,dic etc etc and files with no extention, I was going to let it accept any file except exe and com to cover all eventualities.

    Manipulation Features
    All caps
    All lower-case
    Alternate letters upper and lower-case (and the reverse of that)
    Capitalised First char
    Output to a new file with those options to preserve the original.
    Each of the words repeated, on a second line, the original word on the first and the second line using one of the options I gave above all output to a new file.

    When we worked out what was needed, those were the options we came up with.

    Good luck with your project

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    4.Each of the words repeated, on a second line, the original word on the first and the second line using one of the options I gave above all output to a new file.
    Could you please explain this line in a bit more detail, I do not quite understand what you are talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -`Joseph`- View Post
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    4.Each of the words repeated, on a second line, the original word on the first and the second line using one of the options I gave above all output to a new file.
    Could you please explain this line in a bit more detail, I do not quite understand what you are talking about.
    Sorry it was clear when Xploitz and myself were talking about it.

    take a list

    dog
    cat
    hat

    depending on that option you want out of the list I gave you would get something like this for caps

    dog
    DOG
    cat
    CAT
    hat
    HAT

    being sent to a new file

    Or for just Capitalise the first letter

    dog
    Dog
    cat
    Cat
    hat
    Hat

    And you would still have your original file intact

    dog
    cat
    hat

    Does that help make it clearer ?

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    Haha, I said that wrong, I understood that part perfectly, I already add that feature.

    It needs to be able to handle lines terminated by either a <cr><lf> pair for files created in a windows environment and by a <lf> for files created in a unix environment.

    I meant that. lol My bad.

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    if you find the thread about sharing wordlists, you will find many there that are created in linux and many that are created in windows.

    A windows file uses the standard Carage Return and Line Feed pair to denote a new line.
    A linux file uses just a Line Feed character to denote a new line.

    If you open a file created in linux, in notepad, you will see that it does not display properly as it cannot handle just a LF
    open the same file in wordpad and you will see that it handles it correctly

    Here is how I described it there
    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.
    Does that explain the problem I am talking about

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    Yes, I will look into it. However could you specify a file that does that in linux, the ones from argon I downloaded were formated fine.

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    I think b_p summed it all up. Have you heard of the program called Raptor 3 under Windows??? Its a GREAT wordlist manipulator/creator. Haven't checked if it available under Linux yet or not. My request would be what b_p said..but....

    make it where you can select the option to output the processed wordlist as....for example..

    option 1.......

    Take original lowercase wordlist A, and process it to "Capitalize First letter only" and output that to a new wordlist B entitled thusly..but RETAIN the original lowercase wordlist's lowercaseness in entirety.

    Say that 3 times fast!!!

    BTW -`Joseph`-
    Let me know when you get this all up and running,...I'm very eager to "test drive" it. Thanks for giving the community such a great tool.
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    I'd like to test drive it too please...

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    HERE IS THE LATEST BINARY FOR LINUX http://rapidshare.com/files/48980292...NiPuLaTeR.html
    I already posted two binaries for linux and one for windows. Right now I have it so it has 5 options. Copy the original , uppercase original, lowercase original, append the original, and prepend the original to another file. So say you run the program, you give it the wordlist "test.txt" and test.txt contains
    blue
    yellow
    orange
    red
    white
    brown
    black
    And option 1 = original would copy all of those two a different file, run the program again and pick UPPERCASE your final result will be
    blue
    yellow
    orange
    red
    white
    brown
    black
    BLUE
    YELLOW
    ORANGE
    RED
    WHITE
    BROWN
    BLACK
    Run the program again and use apend "123" your outcome will be
    blue
    yellow
    orange
    red
    white
    brown
    black
    BLUE
    YELLOW
    ORANGE
    RED
    WHITE
    BROWN
    BLACK
    blue123
    yellow123
    orange123
    red123
    white123
    brown123
    black123

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