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    Default password dictionary help

    i was wonder if any one could help me out, im trying to find out how to put a new password directory into back track 3 final,im pretty knew to this , though im a quick learner ,any help or pointers would be greatfully appreciated ,thanks to all that took the time to read this.

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    Default Re: password dictionary help

    Quote Originally Posted by alansainsbury View Post
    i was wonder if any one could help me out, im trying to find out how to put a new password directory into back track 3 final,im pretty knew to this , though im a quick learner ,any help or pointers would be greatfully appreciated ,thanks to all that took the time to read this.
    I am going to suppose that you really meant BT4 final, because other versions are no longer supported. As for making a directory you can do so from the command line by using
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    # mkdir   see the man page for more info # man mkdir

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    Default Re: password dictionary help

    also assuming that you are running the CDROM or BOOT media and you got stuck because it wont stay persistent...

    you need to re-author your media with casper (likely too complex for discussions right now) or just install the distro to a hard disk or create a boot-able hard disk with persistence, or a boot-able USB and copy your dictionary to the USB with non persistence

    google
    backtrack4 boot usb

    then once you have a booting USB or hard disk, copy or download your dictionary to the linux OS

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    Default Re: password dictionary help

    Looks like you need to find some Linux Basics or Linux Intro docs and do some reading. You should start by looking up the following as a minimum:

    cp - copy
    ls - list
    mkdir - make directory
    mount - mount a file system (or drive)
    cd - change directory
    I'm a compulsive post editor, you might wanna wait until my post has been online for 5-10 mins before quoting it as it will likely change.

    I know I seem harsh in some of my replies. SORRY! But if you're doing something illegal or posting something that seems to be obvious BS I'm going to call you on it.

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