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    Quote Originally Posted by =TAPE= View Post
    I typed in "wordlist" in the search form
    chose 'search titles only'

    its all there man..
    im goin to try theargonlistver2.
    have ya heard of it before?
    by the way. thanks for not telling me to go away(me being polite)

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    Hey guys tx so much!!! Really apreciate it!!! Will try it soon and get back to let you know how it went! Thanks!!!!!!!

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    passwordz.info/wordlists/

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    Quote Originally Posted by corps012588 View Post
    sorry to be an ass. i just tried the search option for the pureh@te wordlist but am unable to find it. any pointers?
    again sorry to bug.
    im having some problems with my dictionary files which are probably simply remedied.
    my files are on a usb pen.
    my commands are
    airmon-ng wlan1
    airodump-ng -c 6 -w wpa --bssid xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx wlan1
    aireplay-ng -0 5 -a (bssid) wlan1
    aircrack-ng wpa-01.cap -w system:/media/sdd1.word.lst
    thats the path to the wordlist on usb
    it then comes back saying no such file or directory or somethin.
    any ideas please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corps012588 View Post
    aircrack-ng wpa-01.cap -w system:/media/sdd1.word.lst
    thats the path to the wordlist on usb
    it then comes back saying no such file or directory or somethin.
    any ideas please?
    I'm pretty sure that's NOT the path to your wordlist file.
    The path you are using is probably copied from Konquerer. Learn to use the command line !!

    Your path to the file should look something like this:

    /mnt/sdd1/word.lst

    Use <tab> to autocomplete the search string, that will help you to find your file.

    No offense, but i suggest you to learn some basic linux stuff before playing around.
    Be sensitive in choosing where you ask your question. You are likely to be ignored, or written off as a loser, if you:

    * post your question to a forum where it's off topic
    * post a very elementary question to a forum where advanced technical questions are expected, or vice-versa
    * cross-post to too many different newsgroups
    * post a personal e-mail to somebody who is neither an acquaintance of yours nor personally responsible for solving your problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by terminal86 View Post
    I'm pretty sure that's NOT the path to your wordlist file.
    The path you are using is probably copied from Konquerer. Learn to use the command line !!

    Your path to the file should look something like this:

    /mnt/sdd1/word.lst

    Use <tab> to autocomplete the search string, that will help you to find your file.

    No offense, but i suggest you to learn some basic linux stuff before playing around.
    thats exactly where its from. i got this idea for the path from a video tutorial about using the aircrack dictionary thats built in. it said to just copy an paste the path from the location bar thing. im assuming thats the konqourer you mentioned.
    i would love to learn linux as im fed up with all the crap that is windows.
    by the way the video was on youtube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terminal86 View Post
    I'm pretty sure that's NOT the path to your wordlist file.
    The path you are using is probably copied from Konquerer. Learn to use the command line !!

    Your path to the file should look something like this:

    /mnt/sdd1/word.lst

    Use <tab> to autocomplete the search string, that will help you to find your file.

    No offense, but i suggest you to learn some basic linux stuff before playing around.
    oh by the way. no offence taken. i really appreciate your help and the fact that no one has told me to go away(being polite again).
    its thanks to you guys i was able to advise my local post office owner to change his security as mentioned earlier. so once again thanks for all your help guys.

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    corps012588,

    You won't be able to add to the dictionary because it's on a CD and you can't write to it. Although if you were booting from a USB version, you should be able to make changes and save it.
    never underestimate the power of idiots in a group

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoso10 View Post
    corps012588,

    You won't be able to add to the dictionary because it's on a CD and you can't write to it. Although if you were booting from a USB version, you should be able to make changes and save it.
    ive tried the usb but unfortunately it stops booting at initrd.gz and i aint got a clue how to solve this

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoso10 View Post
    corps012588,

    You won't be able to add to the dictionary because it's on a CD and you can't write to it. Although if you were booting from a USB version, you should be able to make changes and save it.
    i dont suppose you have any ideas do you how to sort the usb problem out do you? i did manage to get one working on an xp comp months ago without any problems so im thinkin it could be somethin to do with vista

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