There is none.
can someone tell me their directory through Terminal ?
MOD EDIT: DON'T USE HUGE FONTS LIKE THAT !!
EDITED TO A NORMAL SIZE.
Which version of BT3 are you using? USB or CD? In any case, when I want to find something on the system, one thing that I might do (there a different ways), is
"updatedb ; locate wordlist"
A quick forum search for wordlists would have yielded this as a result.
That too, but I believe that there are a few wordlists on the image. At least there is on my copy of BT3.
wordlist to thankx
you can find a wordlist reference at aircrack-ng.org FAQ : hxxp://aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=faq#where_can_i_find_good_wordlists
Ive got a few wordlsts thanks to the link pureh@te provided above. Thanks
I want to try them with aircrack and a few of them are quite short. I was thinking about joining them but i like how they are all categorised.
Does anyone know the command to use multiple wordlists with aircrack? Aircrack makes a reference to some page but i have no idea what it means, lol, and i have had a quick look through the aircrack doku.
Can anyone post how to format this command in aircrack using the -w option with mutliple wordlists pls?
there's no solution built in aircrack for that .
you can spawn a session for each wordlist, but it's useless as the speed of cracking is dividing by the number of session ....
you can also try to set up a script that will do the following
list all wordlist that are in directory
create a airolib-ng db with a single essid (your target)
set up a loop that in each iteration will do that
take a wordlist, import it in airolib-ng db
try to crack
if cracked => stop
else continue to do the loop untill all wordlists are tested
this prevent you to do a long computation ...
this is only a hint ... good luck
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I thought it was possible.
If you bring up the aircrack help with info on all the options it says:
-w <words> : path to a dictionary file (multiple
dictionnaries can be specified
See manpage for more information)
Does anyone know of this? or is it false advertising, lol?