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    Default how to remove wordlists from pyrit data base

    hello small problem with pyrit i use bt4 as main OS (persistent) ok the problem is that when i import wordlist to process it uses new wordlists with old stuff i imported and takes forever to finish because its huge how do i get rid of old wordlists and tables in the pyrit data base. i've tried deleting essid no luck and 've tried making table to different essids same thing happens. one more question after or before extraction to airolib how can i add essids or it doesn't matter?

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    Default Re: how to remove wordlists from pyrit data base

    Inside the root directory of your pyrit user there is a .pyrit file. Inside that there is a file called blobspace, inside that there is a essid file and a password file. Simply delete the password file.

    kracker@tools ~ $ cd .pyrit/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ ls
    blobspace config
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ cd blobspace/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $ ls
    essid password
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $

    The smarter thing to do is to use the attack passthrough mode so you can specify the wordlist each time. Just my 2 cents.

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    Default Re: how to remove wordlists from pyrit data base

    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    Inside the root directory of your pyrit user there is a .pyrit file. Inside that there is a file called blobspace, inside that there is a essid file and a password file. Simply delete the password file.

    kracker@tools ~ $ cd .pyrit/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ ls
    blobspace config
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ cd blobspace/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $ ls
    essid password
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $

    The smarter thing to do is to use the attack passthrough mode so you can specify the wordlist each time. Just my 2 cents.
    srry for being a noob purehate, but how do you actually delete, i have the same problem and have got this far.

    kracker@tools ~ $ cd .pyrit/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ ls
    blobspace config
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit $ cd blobspace/
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $ ls
    essid password
    kracker@tools ~/.pyrit/blobspace $

    thanks for any noob help
    much appreciated
    thanks

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    Default Re: how to remove wordlists from pyrit data base

    well its a all or nothing thing, once the passwords have been added to the blobspace they are encoded so simply delete the entire password directory and then when you make a new import the directory will be recreated.

    rm -rf password

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