Found this wordlist on web. Here's the link:
Perhaps it was listed already.
Hi. got this downloaded extracted to something like 26gb than splitted to 3.7gb cause of the fat32 on my ext hdd but it seams that aircrack cant read these large files. Same with -=Xploitz=- master password collection. Have joined all files into one big txt and no luck with that. aircrack reports that the dictionary or folder is empty. Dont know, perhaps my eeepc is not capable. Will try again. Does any one knows how to split large files,(33gb) into say 500mb using linux.
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Will try to do so. Does any one knows exact size of a dictionary that aircrack-ng can handle? i think i tried to use gb file which did'n work
I have tried a 3GB dictionary with aircrack and it did NOT work. I am pretty sure the limit is 2GB, but I could be wrong.
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From memory it is 2Gb maximum size, a simple bash command can split your files into manageable lumps but i'm afraid i can't remember it right now and i've not got my backtrack lappy with me....
Xploitz is your man here, i bet you 10 bucks he knows it off by heart!
Or try the programming forum, thats where all the bash masters are!
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Code:split --bytes=2000m wordlist.txt wordlist_partCode:split -l 100000 wordlist.txt
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Thanks everyone for your input. Will try this.