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    Default How do I create a Wordlist From a Wordlist? Which Wordlist Generator?

    I read the forum but I couldn't find the answer of my question about what I am looking for. Let me tell what I am looking for:

    I have a wordlist. Let's say "names" and it goes like (john, tom, william..)
    and I want to create an other new list by using this list, like;

    --------------------
    john1
    john2
    ....
    john9999
    tom1
    ...
    ...
    tom9999
    ...
    --------------------

    This is the most simple manuplation that I want to make to the first list but according to the possible needs which will appear in future, I would like to make some other manuplations and create new lists like;

    ---------------------
    (Capitalization)
    John1
    ...

    ----OR------

    (Putting something inside words)
    jAohn
    tAom
    wAilliam
    ...

    ----OR------

    (Combining words within other words in an other wordlist)
    Let's say I have a second wordlist like (TABLE, DESK, ...)

    and new (third) wordlist should be like;

    johnTABLE
    johnDESK
    tomTABLE
    tomDESK
    williamTABLE
    williamDESK
    ------------------

    So I hope I can make it understandable what I am looking for. I don't know if classic programs can do it like John the Ripper, etc.. But I didn't see any example in anywhere that show they can do it. Examples that I saw were always about creating some wordlists for brute forse attack.

    SO, my main question is : Is there a way (software) which allows me to generate wordlists by making this kind of intelligent choices?

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    If the answer is "NO" please let me know it..so I can stop looking for that kind of a solution...

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    try john the ripper (JTR) or the french backtrack forum guys have some nifty wordlist gens, look for recent posts about them, i think one was called giga-wordlist generator. also crunch can be handy.

    I hope you've got loads and loads of HD space if your going to be playing with these.......

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    I had some tries with all that programs you mentioned. But I couldn't find a way to make what I am trying.

    I may miss the solution. So, do you know (certainly) that programs can do that or are you just making a guess?

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    try the the command

    Code:
    sed
    not sure of the syntax right now as i am tired and hungry after a long activity weekend with uni but if you man it and google it and also search this forum i am sure that you will find what you need
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    I had a look to that command and tried it but I think that command is not the answer of this solution
    I would appreciate if anyone inform me about do I making something wrong?

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    sorry dude but that is the answer to your question. it does exactly what you want!!
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    sed will do exactly what you want. You just want something more simple and windows like it seems.

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    yeah, it seems I am not very good at using this type of commands but it is good to hear that there is a ready solution for this kind of a manuplation even if it is not very simple (for me) and not with GUI. (By the way, I am looking to all over the internet for one week and I can not believe that there is not "even one" small ready program which makes this kind of manupulations to the wordlists)

    Nevermind..so can you give a little bit hint about how can I use sed command. For examles if we talk about my first example how can I convert {john,tom..} to {john1, john,2, ...john9999, tom1, ....}

    I need to add that, I can manage to add something to the end of words with "sed" command. There is no big problem in appending or predending a fix word to every line in the word list.

    But I couldn't add a sequence of numbers (For ex. 1 to 999) to every line of the wordlist.

    Or to add all words of a second wordlist to my every line of my original wordlist.

    sed 's/$/123/' wordlist.txt > NewWordlist.txt

    in the command above I need to put the result of (like a dynamic variable)

    /pentest/password/crunch 3 3 1234567890

    instead of fixed "123" part, But HOW? With pipe? I don't know how...

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    is it possible? even yes or no is enough for me to decide my direction? But more information is always appreciated..

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