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    Question Adding numbers to wordlist

    Hey there guys

    As you see i am completely new here on the forum, and almost as new in the Linux systems..

    So any solution to my problem would be much appreciated..

    im trying to make a danish wordlist with, what i think to be the most common passwords i Denmark (This will not be used for illegal purposes!)

    At the moment i have a list containing every danish word and name, with and without Capital first letter.. i would love to add every possible number from 1 to 99 to the end of every word..

    Fist of i have been doing some math and it seems the file gonna have a size around 800mb roughly..
    But i am not sure..

    at the moment the the document contains 625536 word and have the size of 8,1 mb
    ill get 99 more of each word.

    my math looks like this > 8,1 / 625536 x 61928064 =801.9 (mb) is this correct?

    Now if this is true my question is:

    How do you make the numbers at the end of each word?

    Thank you very much for you help..
    and sorry for my English


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    Default Re: Adding numbers to wordlist

    Wyd – Automated Password Profiling Tool ---- This is worth a look.
    There's also many more open source word list generators available that you can edit using your existing word lists and compile.

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    Default Re: Adding numbers to wordlist

    You could try the below, I am sure there are prettier ways of doing it, but should work.

    for i in $(cat danish.txt) ; do seq -f $i%02.0f 0 99 ; done > danish_numbers.txt
    If you want the numeric values to go from 0 - 99 instead of 00 - 99 then change as follows
    for i in $(cat danish.txt) ; do seq -f $i%01.0f 0 99 ; done > danish_numbers.txt
    It worked OK for me on a small text file, might take a wee while to go through your entire wordlist though.

    To suffix 3 digits (000 - 999) in the same way ;
    for i in $(cat danish.txt) ; do seq -f $i%03.0f 0 999 ; done > danish_numbers.txt
    Or just 1 digit (0 - 9) ;
    for i in $(cat danish.txt) ; do seq -f $i%01.0f 0 9 ; done > danish_numbers.txt

    I am in the process of creating a blogpost with some info on general one-liners for wordlist manipulation which you
    may find handy to go through ;
    (shameless plug )
    A day with Tape: Wordlist manipulation revisited
    Last edited by TAPE; 09-02-2011 at 06:05 AM. Reason: clarification on number of suffixed digits

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    Default Re: Adding numbers to wordlist

    When using oclHashcat-plus, then you can define rules to also probe the addition of 2 digits to each word of your wordlist.
    That way it's not necessary to "blow up" your wordlistfile.
    Alternatively, you could download a pre-made wordlistfile from here:
    for example the "rockyou" usually solves about 75% of any list of passwords.
    Some useful info about oclHashcat-plus is here:
    and here:

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