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    Does anyone know how big a txt file would be if I generated a wordlist from the following

    min and max chars = 10
    charset = abcdef123456789

    thanks

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    15^10 =~ 524GB (Just over half a Terabyte)

    Though gonna make a guess that you actually want a list of Hex passwords, Hex is base16 (you missed g and 0).

    16^10 =~ 1000GB (One Terabyte)

    More on wordlist sizes here:
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=21214
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/sho...0829#post50829
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    i was looking at the bthomehub 2 router and their default encryption

    its seems they moved from wep to wpa2 for their new ones,

    from the two boxes that i have seen, mine and a friends i'm deducing the password is 10 chars with charset abcdef123456789,

    i could be wrong and would need to see a few more default wpa2 passwords for these hubs to be fully sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by hm2075 View Post
    i was looking at the bthomehub 2 router and their default encryption

    its seems they moved from wep to wpa2 for their new ones,

    from the two boxes that i have seen, mine and a friends i'm deducing the password is 10 chars with charset abcdef123456789,

    i could be wrong and would need to see a few more default wpa2 passwords for these hubs to be fully sure
    If it's a random generated password and wpa2, forget it.
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