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Thread: Dictionary File Vs. On-the-fly Processing

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    Hey virchanza, did you ever finish the generation algorithm? If so can you post a link of where I can get it? Thanks!

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    it is pretty good this , can anyone post for us a tuto that show how it work please ,
    and how to combine the crunch or an On-the-fly proc with JTR or airecrack !

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    I just wanted to add some information to this thread so sorry for posting in a couple of months old thread!

    You can use john the ripper to pipe the generated characters into aircrack-ng on the fly, to do this you write:

    john -incremental=All --stdout | aircrack-ng -b xx:xx:xx:xx:xx -w - my.cap

    However, this does not work so good after all. John the ripper pumps out generated lines faster than aircrack-ng can verify them (!!!) This means the overflow of generated lines will be stored on the harddrive anyway - at least in Windows but I doubt it's any different in Linux.
    I've not worked that much with john but if there is an option to slow down it's generator, please let me know because then we can probably balance it all out.

    Just wanted to share that information .

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