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    Default crunch 3.3 released

    Crunch 3.3 has been released and can be found at:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/crunch-wordlist/

    Here is a list of changes from 3.2:
    Add more information to help section
    Added unicode support - written by JasonC
    Error messages and startup summary now go to stderr (-u now unnecessary) - fixed by JasonC
    Fixed mem leaks, invalid comparisons - fixed by JasonC
    Fixed startup delay due to long sequences of dupe-skipped strings - fixed by JasonC
    Fix write and compress error - reported and fixed by amontero
    Fix printpercentage -> linecounter should be ->linetotal
    Add support for 7z
    Last edited by bofh28; 07-22-2012 at 12:11 PM. Reason: fix typo
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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    nice, I assume you need to manually upgrade since it probably hasn't hit the BT5 repos yet?

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    You are correct.
    I like the bleeding edge, but I don't like blood loss

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    nice more upgrade, more better, i love crunch!!!
    Happy hunting!!

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    anyone know how to clone crunch's git repo or how to download it via svn?

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    Sorry but I haven't gotten git up and running yet. I enabled git on the sourceforge.net website but I haven't had time to read the manual to get data into it, how to use git, make branches and releases, etc. Any pointers on using git would be appreciated.
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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    getting git set up was a bit of a headache for me but if you want to keep it simple and only have one (branch?) that you commit and push changes to it gets pretty simple once you get it up and running.

    this site helped me out a lot http://scottr.org/presentations/git-in-5-minutes/

    the easiest way i've found to set up the repo is:

    -make a blank repo in sourceforge
    -clone that repo using the read/write link that shows in the git when you are logged in as an admin
    -enter your password and it will download the blank repo
    -add your files to the blank repo
    -in a terminal in the repo type git add *
    -then type git commit
    -enter your commits and save
    -then all you need to do to push it to sourceforge is type "git push master origin"
    -you enter your repo password and viola, your stuff it updated to your SF repo and people can now clone the latest version

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    Hi

    I saw the last upgrade of the crunch.
    I wonder if you can do the following:
    I want to generate combinations 4 to 4, _ _ _ _
    In which can contain the following characters: ABCD01234
    In which there can be no repetition of characters (Example no: AAAA,AABC)
    Example desired (ABCD,ABC0, ... , ABC4, BACD, BAC0...)

    Is it possible?

    And with one repetition?
    Example desired (AABC,AABD, ... , AAB4, ABBC,ABB0)

    I do this to avoid combinations like AAAAAAAAAA,0000000000

    My goal is to create a wordlist with combinations of Hexadecimal 10-10, with zero characters or 1 character repeated.
    If you know of other programs that do this, plese send

    Thxs

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    Quote Originally Posted by PatronMaster View Post
    Hi

    I saw the last upgrade of the crunch.
    I wonder if you can do the following:
    I want to generate combinations 4 to 4, _ _ _ _
    In which can contain the following characters: ABCD01234
    In which there can be no repetition of characters (Example no: AAAA,AABC)
    Example desired (ABCD,ABC0, ... , ABC4, BACD, BAC0...)

    Is it possible?

    And with one repetition?
    Example desired (AABC,AABD, ... , AAB4, ABBC,ABB0)

    I do this to avoid combinations like AAAAAAAAAA,0000000000

    My goal is to create a wordlist with combinations of Hexadecimal 10-10, with zero characters or 1 character repeated.
    If you know of other programs that do this, plese send

    Thxs
    I think crunch includes a function like that, check the man page to verify.

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    Default Re: crunch 3.3 released

    Yep, excerpt from the man page ;

    [-d numbersymbol] is optional and limits the number of duplicate characters. -d 2@ lim‐
    its the lower case alphabet to output like aab and aac. aaa would not be generated as
    that is 3 consecutive letters of a. The format is number then symbol where number is
    the maximum number of consecutive characters and symbol is the symbol of the the charac‐
    ter set you want to limit i.e. @,%^

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