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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.
    He could always re-master the iso file and burn the new live CD version to a DVD for it to fit.
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    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
    The operating system installed on the computer will in no way affect BackTrack's booting process, most likely your problem is related to some hardware issues with the second computer. But if you are happy with the live CD version you could always save the wordlists to an additional USB drive and simply access the file from there using the live CD.
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    He could always re-master the iso file and burn the new live CD version to a DVD for it to fit.
    True, I had forgotten about that. It wouldn't be painful to modify either, but I figure the dictionaries are so small that they aren't worth it.

    corps012588: Just use dictionaries from a USB, it's much easier
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoso10 View Post
    True, I had forgotten about that. It wouldn't be painful to modify either, but I figure the dictionaries are so small that they aren't worth it.

    corps012588: Just use dictionaries from a USB, it's much easier
    thank you guys. im now looking at different wordlists on the net now with lists such as girls names male names common phrases etc.

    ive just found the xploits master password collection. would ya say this collection would be better than loads of little ones like i posted before?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corps012588 View Post
    thank you guys. im now looking at different wordlists on the net now with lists such as girls names male names common phrases etc.

    ive just found the xploits master password collection. would ya say this collection would be better than loads of little ones like i posted before?
    The benefit with small more specialised lists is that you can choose which list to use based on the intended target. This in no way applies only to cracking the encryption used on wireless networks and a bruteforce or large all covering wordlist really should be the last approach worth considering only when all else fails. Even running through only the master password collection will take a considerable amount of time, and I really want to stress the word considerable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by =Tron= View Post
    The benefit with small more specialised lists is that you can choose which list to use based on the intended target. This in no way applies only to cracking the encryption used on wireless networks and a bruteforce or large all covering wordlist really should be the last approach worth considering only when all else fails. Even running through only the master password collection will take a considerable amount of time, and I really want to stress the word considerable.
    thanks for that. im currently downloading the xploitz list and pureh@tes list.
    considerable amounts of time are something i have in buckets, im a security officer lol!

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    is the cypher ccmp any harder to crack than tkip?

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    Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but CCMP which uses the algorithm AES (simply WPA2) is better than TKIP, but not really. In theory it is improved from WPA-PSK, but it's still just as crackable as TKIP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoso10 View Post
    Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but CCMP which uses the algorithm AES (simply WPA2) is better than TKIP, but not really. In theory it is improved from WPA-PSK, but it's still just as crackable as TKIP.
    as ever there is zoso10 with the answers requested.
    thanks buddy. more forums need members who just get to the point like this.

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    No, most of the people on this forum are way more intelligent than I am. I'm able to answer because you're asking questions that I actually know a little about.
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    Default it didnt work

    i tryed your code for my 1gb dict but it wouldnt open so i tryed ur code for the dict on the disk and it wouldnt open , is it the disk or difrent code for bt3 final

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