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    Hey, is there a tool in backtrack that allows you to create your own wordlists? Lets say I want to make a wordlist with XX11XX11XX11 The X's are letters, and the 1's are numbers all random.

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    I believe crunch will do that for you.

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    yes..crunch is your friend....you can use patterns like
    ./crunch 8 8 -t @@@@@%%% -o patterntest.txt
    that will create patterntest.txt...
    aaaaa000
    aaaaa001
    .........
    aaaab000
    aaaab001
    ..........
    asdf123
    ...........
    zzzzz999
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    I just don't understand why people have need to use "tool" for such things when it can be done with <10 lines of code in any language.

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    Default Re: creating wordlists

    So share your thoughts on the <10 lines of code that would help !

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    crazybranch.....why dont use tools? they are there to use them. why reinvent the wheel??
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyBranch View Post
    I just don't understand why people have need to use "tool" for such things when it can be done with <10 lines of code in any language.
    Not everyone have the knowledge to do that, so they have no choice but use the tools.
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    crazybranch.....why dont use tools? they are there to use them. why reinvent the wheel??
    Some people do have the knowledge to re-invent the wheel and like to do such. Think of it as a way to train yourself following steps others have taken before. And remember that, speaking about the code, the wheel can be re-invented in many different ways and you can still get the same results (diferent combinations of code > same output).

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAPE View Post
    So share your thoughts on the <10 lines of code that would help !
    here is a snippet for first token to be random letter and for 3rd token to be random number. duplicate that couple of times, throw it in a loop and write it to text file and you are done . also brute forcing is possible but this example turns out to be of 1.56e^16 lines.

    Code:
        string out;
        srand(time(NULL));
        for(;;){
                (rand()%2) ? out[0]=(char)(rand()%26 +65) : out[0]=(char)(rand()%26 +97);
                out[2]=rand()%11;
                .
                .
                .
                };

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    i know that some people have the knowledge...and yes it is training to "reinvent the wheel" ..but if there is already a tool for the job, i dont spend time to write my own C,python,C++.... code. i rather focus on other things. thats my opinion. (kevin55 asked for a tool)
    i hope you understand me

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    Quote Originally Posted by me.haez View Post
    i know that some people have the knowledge...and yes it is training to "reinvent the wheel" ..but if there is already a tool for the job, i dont spend time to write my own C,python,C++.... code. i rather focus on other things. thats my opinion. (kevin55 asked for a tool)
    i hope you understand me

    ...haez
    Yes haez i see your point, but my point is not to reinvent the wheel. My point is that writing your own piece of code for this problem can give you way more flexibility. you can design scope of each token in your phrase in any possible way (let's say you want first token to go a-g, after that jump to l-q and afterwards to W). I am not very acquainted with crunch but i doubt it can do such things.

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