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    Default Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    Oh... some rough numbers say 40 gigs or so. For you to test 4,294,967,296 keys in 55 hours you would have to compute 23,000 keys per second, is this what your laptop is capable of?

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    ./crunch 8 8 1234567890ABCDEF | aircrack-ng -w - -b yourbssidhere yourcapfile.cap
    I can't verify that the -w flag accepts - for stdin
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    Default Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    Quote Originally Posted by CKing View Post
    Oh... some rough numbers say 40 gigs or so. For you to test 4,294,967,296 keys in 55 hours you would have to compute 23,000 keys per second, is this what your laptop is capable of?

    Code:
    ./crunch 8 8 1234567890ABCDEF | aircrack-ng -w - -b yourbssidhere yourcapfile.cap
    I can't verify that the -w flag accepts - for stdin
    Do you first have to split this 40 gig file in smaller pieces or because you use crunch it will run in one time.
    Thanks

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    Default Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    I am doing something similar and using a pattern with crunch @%@%@%@% to represent alternate alphanumeric chars which i believe would cut the pass through time down..??

    Just a thought...??

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    Default Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    1 billion passwords using a-f 2-9 comes out just under 11gigs as up until now iv been generating passwords and manualy selecting the file .. hopefully i'll get crunch up and running today and be able to pipe directly into aircrack.

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    Default Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tokiopop View Post
    ./crunch 8 8 1234567890ABCDEF

    EXACTLY what I'm looking for! TY!



    But how exactly would you use this? Just put this where you would normal, say, use JTR?
    I am sorry. I am new to BT4. When I type in ./crunch under Konsole it returned as command not found. How do I do this? Can someone share step by step instructions?

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    I am sorry. I am new to BT4. When I type in ./crunch under Konsole it returned as command not found. How do I do this? Can someone share step by step instructions?
    Go to the crunch directory and launch it from there.
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    Cool Re: brute force vs dictionary attacks

    but guys.. create the password.lst using the crunch..

    for an example.. if i created 10 characters it will be a lot a lot of words... so guys.. need your help on this..

    i wanna brute force with the setting i could choose myself... by settting it to brute force on 10 character numeric.. and i don't wanna store those wordlist.

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