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    Default 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    i tried search google and i found a lot of wordlist from 8-63 characters but i cant find 26 characters or 26 digits password for wpa wordlist.

    example of 26 characters:
    1609ASD890FQW9809090NHG43D

    I only want 26 numbers and words combination including special characters,

    is thier anyone knows where to get WPA 26 character wodlist?




    thanks!.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    You can use crunch.

    Code:
    crunch 26 26 abcdefgABCDE123:-à -o wordlist.txt
    This will generare a file named wordlist.txt using the characterset "abcdefgABCDE123:-à". All the words will be 26 characters long.
    Try to read crunch man but pay attention that the wordlist you want to do is unmanageable.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    this command will help:

    Code:
    cat yourwordlist | cut -c 1-26 > newwordlist.txt


    replace YOURWORDLIST with your own.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    You can't even store a full 26 character password list. There isn't enough storage on the entire planet for a full 26 character dictionary.

    Assuming a character set of 62 characters (a-zA-Z0-9) then that's 6226 = 4.00114165 × 1046 "words".
    To get the size of the file you'd be looking at # of words * 26+1 bytes (1 character=1byte, each word is terminated by a 1 byte CR...[26+2 on a windows machine for CRLF]).

    Keep in mind a yottabyte would be 1024. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orders_...ude_%28data%29

    Quote Originally Posted by wikipedia
    ~ 1045 bits – the number of bits required to perfectly recreate the average-sized U.S. adult male human being down to the quantum level on a computer is about 2×1045 bits of information (see Bekenstein bound for the basis for this calculation).
    More info on wordlist sizes:
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...ull=1#post6994
    http://adaywithtape.blogspot.ca/2010...ist-sizes.html

    Edit: Even if you wanted length 26 words with only the characters 0-9 you'd be looking at more data than you can store (https://www.google.ca/search?q=(10^26)*(26+1)bytes+to+yottabytes)
    Edit2: Correction of secondary example...
    Last edited by thorin; 06-28-2012 at 07:51 AM.
    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.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    Quote Originally Posted by thorin View Post
    You can't even store a full 26 character password list. There isn't enough storage on the entire planet for a full 26 character dictionary.

    Assuming a character set of 62 characters (a-zA-Z0-9) then that's 6226 = 4.00114165 × 1046 "words".
    To get the size of the file you'd be looking at # of words * 26+1 bytes (1 character=1byte, each word is terminated by a 1 byte CR...[26+2 on a windows machine for CRLF]).

    Keep in mind a yottabyte would be 1024. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orders_...ude_%28data%29



    More info on wordlist sizes:
    http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forum...ull=1#post6994
    http://adaywithtape.blogspot.ca/2010...ist-sizes.html

    Edit: Even if you wanted length 26 words with only the characters 0-9 you'd be looking at 1.4 PetaBytes (https://www.google.ca/search?q=(26^10)*(10+1)bytes+to+petabytes)
    He is right, that wordlist would be rediculously big, IF you have the ability to store it I can make HackPacks APWG do 26 including special characters (currently it goes up to 22), but I really doubt you have the room for that :-p

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    Quote Originally Posted by thorin View Post
    You can't even store a full 26 character password list. There isn't enough storage on the entire planet for a full 26 character dictionary.
    Yes man! But, I think, that a simil wordlist is without sense. This is not a wordlist anymore, but a brute force. So if you have anought time (http://lastbit.com/pswcalc.asp) you can try to process it direclty whitout use disk space.

    In any case these are just theoretical action

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    26 character WPA password? I think you might be wiser to not even try to break it, unless you have some hints on how the password was assembled, that could limit down the amount of processing/time needed.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    thanks for the replies guys. but it would be better if thiers a way having that without size conflict?

    Quote Originally Posted by str4ng3r View Post
    26 character WPA password? I think you might be wiser to not even try to break it, unless you have some hints on how the password was assembled, that could limit down the amount of processing/time needed.
    yup it is only 26 characters, i know that because it is my own password, im only trying to hack it having for some experience.

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    Quote Originally Posted by Magnet0 View Post
    thanks for the replies guys. but it would be better if thiers a way having that without size conflict?



    yup it is only 26 characters, i know that because it is my own password, im only trying to hack it having for some experience.
    Oh i see.
    I tried that with my wireless network password also. Used crunch to generate and directly feed (into pyrit, but you can do that with aircrack too) a bunch of passwords with a static prefix. But, since the variable part was so humungous i quit trying to break it... it would take this processor (Dothan 2GHz) about a year... and remember, that i had defined a static prefix. If not... probably we could be talking in the range of thousands of years.

    Info on crunch: https://code.google.com/p/crunch/

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    Default Re: 26 characters wpa/wpa2-psk wordlist

    Quote Originally Posted by Magnet0 View Post
    thanks for the replies guys. but it would be better if thiers a way having that without size conflict?



    yup it is only 26 characters, i know that because it is my own password, im only trying to hack it having for some experience.
    I hate to be a downer but thats not very realistic, if you plan on testing professionally, unless you somehow can find out the pw length ahead of time. Cudo's for practicing though. If you have range, or can get range I'd suggest simple SE and replicate the router page, then DNS spoof a page for a required change password, or tell them their password is compromised. Or.. even better yet just google the default login for the router type as 90% of people dont require a PW/set one up for their routers/modems (before you ask how to obtain the defaults... its google ).

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