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    Default Using wordlists created in windows for mdk3

    Hey there,

    I was recently trying to make a custom SSID wordlist for use with mdk3 for decloaking purposes.

    So basically I have been gathering ssids (with pda running WifiFoFum) and have made a txt file in windows,
    saved on a USB drive and have been trying to use this file in mdk3.

    For some reason, the file is not been read correctly by mdk3 and when trying to
    Code:
    mdk3 rausb0 p -c 1 -t 00:11:22:33:44:55 -f /mnt/sdb1/ssid.txt
    the ssids tested are not showing up and wordlist end is reached way to quickly. (ie. not working)

    The wordlist opens up just fine in BT3 and have done
    Code:
    cat /mnt/sdb1/ssid.txt > /mnt/sdb1/new.txt
    to see if having it made in BT would help at all, but alas, no success.

    Other wordlists such as the ssid list posted on the forums in the thread on mdk bruteforceing essid are working fine,
    so I am somewhat stumped..

    Am I missing something simple here or any ideas on what I may have done wrong ?

    Thanks !

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    Did you try running dos2unix against the wordlists created in Winders?
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Did you try running dos2unix against the wordlists created in Winders?
    Sounds like the ol' carriage return issue!
    "\x74\x68\x65\x70\x72\x65\x7a\x39\x38";

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    Thanks for the quick response !

    No I haven't tried that, but I shall when able to get back behind my BT setup.

    Reverting in a few hours after work lets me go !

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    In shmoo group's WPA Table you will find a text file with 1000 ESSID I have customized it according to my need and there are various vendors & differ-differ country have differ differ ESSID according to locality.you can find my post on MDK3 declocking for hidden essid.

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    Thanks for the response !

    I did actually already get that ssid list and its a good one, Thanks ! But I wanted to try to get one done myself.
    (possibly reinventing the wheel.. but thought it was interesting )

    I tried the dos2unix command in BT, however am continuously getting error msgs ;
    Code:
    dos2unix -c iso /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt
    dos2unix: converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt to UNIX format ...
    dos2unix: problems converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt
    I have tried a few of the other options, but to be honest am shooting blind there.

    So I took the 'evil' way and found a Win32 DOS2UNIX console mode conversion utility (http://www.bastet.com/)
    which worked for me.

    If anyone is willing to point out where I am going wrong in dos2unix in BT3 I would greatly appreciate it,
    as I am not having any success.. and I dont really want to have to do that on my Windows box.

    Thanks again for the pointers and any further advice much appreciated !

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    Are you able to write to the directory where the file you're attempting to convert is located? Since you didn't define an output file then it's going to try to convert it and rewrite the file in the same location. So if you cannot write to that directory, then it will fail out.
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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    Well, I have tried writing to root which has not been a problem for anything else either and I have never
    really experienced any issues with writing to my usb-drives..
    (such as modified wordlists etc)

    Output when trying to write to root ;
    Code:
    dos2unix /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt essid-new.txt
    dos2unix: converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt to UNIX format ...
    dos2unix: problems renaming './u2dtmpz88DVF' to 'mnt/sdb1/essid.txt'
                 output file remains in './u2dtmpz88DVF'
    dos2unix: problems converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt essid-new.txt
    So it does seem that it is getting hungup on the writing somewhere.. I just dont understand why ?

    Thanks again for any pointers !

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    Two things - check the output file anyway and see if it does not work and is not 100%. I have gotten that error in the past when the file was very, very large but yet the output file was okay and I was able to use it.

    Another thing you may want to try is to open the original file in Wordpad and save it as .txt and then try the dos2unix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by =TAPE= View Post
    Well, I have tried writing to root which has not been a problem for anything else either and I have never
    really experienced any issues with writing to my usb-drives..
    (such as modified wordlists etc)

    Output when trying to write to root ;
    Code:
    dos2unix /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt essid-new.txt
    dos2unix: converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt to UNIX format ...
    dos2unix: problems renaming './u2dtmpz88DVF' to 'mnt/sdb1/essid.txt'
                 output file remains in './u2dtmpz88DVF'
    dos2unix: problems converting file /mnt/sdb1/essid.txt essid-new.txt
    So it does seem that it is getting hungup on the writing somewhere.. I just dont understand why ?

    Thanks again for any pointers !
    You might want to read the --help for dos2unix. You're probably going to want to use the -n option.
    A third party security audit is the IT equivalent of a colonoscopy. It's long, intrusive, very uncomfortable, and when it's done, you'll have seen things you really didn't want to see, and you'll never forget that you've had one.

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