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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    This is a great tool thanks pureh@te. Way better than when I used to have to do cr*p like "tr -cs A-Za-z X" etc...
    Backtrack has the best Mods -period.

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Would it be possible / appropriate to get this placed in the repos?

    Thanks again for your work Pureh@te
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    Lightbulb Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Has anyone ever considered the performance difference between doing some of these at runtime with sed, to keep the size of the file down? I was thinking that for my USB thumbdrive, I could have a dictionary of common words and phrases, then a "special" file I build with "words" to use as prefixes/suffixes. These special words would come from intel gathering from Harvestor, facebook, corporate and product line key words, etc. Childrens names, pets, birthdays, etc. That would be a much smaller file.

    At run time, I could first process my special, then my standard, then start moving words about, front to back, capitalize, capitalize first letter, etc.

    The goal being to keep the dictionary down in size. How much would the tradeoff be? How fast is sed on linux?

    Just some thoughts . . .cool shell script - the l33t business threw me too!

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Another tool could be added too for the next version: CeWL

    URL: CeWL - DigiNinja
    Description: "Based on a discussion on PaulDotCom about creating custom word lists by spidering a targets website and collecting unique words I decided to write CeWL, the Custom Word List generator. CeWL is a ruby app which spiders a given url to a specified depth, optionally following external links, and returns a list of words which can then be used for password crackers such as John the Ripper."

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Guy's thanks a lot, well this is a big help for starter like me.

    Keep up guy's.

    keep my on this thread.

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Hey pure,
    I downloaded your wordlist tool and when I click on it to run it, nothing happens. Absolutely nothing happens?

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Its a shell script. You have to run it from the command line

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Quote Originally Posted by purehate View Post
    Yeah there is something wrong with the l33ting part, I'll come out with a new version soon.
    I am running BT4, I've tried running option 16 [merging multiple files] however the large file that is created is empty. The following is some of the automated errors given...


    Enter the full path to the directory that contains the text files to merge: (ex. /home/loser/): '/root/New Folder_2':

    /root/wordlist_tools.sh: line 629: [: '/root/New: binary operator expected


    Enter the name of the output file: /root/jh.txt


    Hit return to create the file:

    cat: '/root/New: No such file or directory
    cat: Folder_2':/*.*: No such file or directory

    Regards
    Kabil

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Thanks purehate for this great tool.

    I'm new to linux and BackTrack and I've never written a shell script before, but I thought I would share my fix for the leetify function.

    @ line 151 replace...
    Code:
    /bin/cat $leetin | /bin/egrep -v .\{20\} | awk '{c=0;for(i=1;i<=length;i++)if(substr($0,i,1)~/[AaBbEeGgIiLlOoSsTtZz]/)c++;if(c<6)print}' | leeting A 4 | leeting a 4 |leeting B 8 | leeting b 8 | leeting E 3 | leeting e 3 | leeting G 9 | leeting g 9 | leeting I 1 | leeting i 1 | leeting L 1 |leeting l 1 | leeting O 0 | leeting o 0 | leeting S 5 | leeting s 5 | leeting T 7 | leeting t 7 | leeting Z 2 | leeting z 2 > $leetout
    with...
    Code:
    sed -e 's/A/4/g' -e 's/a/@/g' -e 's/B/8/g' -e 's/b/8/g' -e 's/E/3/g' -e 's/e/3/g' -e 's/G/9/g' -e 's/g/9/g' -e 's/I/1/g' -e 's/i/1/g' -e 's/L/1/g' -e 's/l/1/g' -e 's/O/0/g' -e 's/o/0/g'  -e 's/S/5/g' -e 's/s/5/g' -e 's/T/7/g' -e 's/t/7/g' -e 's/Z/2/g' -e 's/z/2/g' <$leetin>$leetout

    Thanks again to purehate for the great tool.
    Last edited by srednji; 09-02-2010 at 10:39 PM.

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    Default Re: Wordlist Menu Tool for Backtrack 4 final

    Hello guys Is there a question of how it is installed wordlist .. thxxx all

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