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    Default Specific Wordlist needs

    Hello there. Im pretty new to the scene
    Stil, I know that i can compute/create worlists using tools like crunch and jtr.
    But i need a fixed phrase at the start of every password.

    like: "fixedph"

    the the wordlist should look like

    fixedpha
    fixedphb
    ...
    fixedphz
    fixedph0
    ...
    fixedph9
    fixedphaa
    fixedphab
    fixedphac
    ...
    fixedpha9

    or something like that.

    just the "fixedph" at the start of every line.
    ist there any way/tool to do this?

    please help.

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    Default Re: Specific Wordlist needs

    There's been so many of these questions. Look here: http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...ing-guide.html

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    Default Re: Specific Wordlist needs

    That's simple with crunch, just search the forums and your answer will appear

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    Default Re: Specific Wordlist needs

    So get your password list and do something like:
    Code:
    for X in `cat password.lst`; do echo fix$X;done
    This assumes your base password list is called password.lst and is in the directory where you run the command.

    To output the results to a file you can either:
    Code:
    for X in `cat password.lst`; do echo fix$X;done>fixpasswords.lst
    (This simply puts all the new words in fixpasswords.lst)
    or
    Code:
    for X in `cat password.lst`; do echo fix$X;done|tee -a fixpasswords.lst
    (This puts the new words in fixpasswords.lst if the file doesn't exist and appends if the file does)

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    Default Re: Specific Wordlist needs

    Also have closer look at using crunch with the -t option.

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    Default Re: Specific Wordlist needs

    Theres also a way to do that with the mangling rules in john. Read the john.conf file and the rules help.
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