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WPA PSK WORDLIST 3 Final (13 GB).rar

What a great program! I hate saying this-- but it runs in windows perfectly! I loathe windows now but it's the only OS that can run my awesome zeroday new NVIDA card with hella CUDA cores. Before that program everyone was using pyrit for the cuda functionality and as I said, it's a pain. aircrack-ng is not going to handle the massive dictionary files you want to use. Download ocl-hashcat and read some tutorials about how to use it to crack your hccap file with your super duper "Super WPA" file you grabbed from this post. Another note, the .rar. file in this post is (I think) made with rar v3 or something, I couldnt get a successful extraction with 7zip. You'll need to download unrar.exe command line tool (for windows, not DOS) from the winrar labs site. Beware of any other RAR programs as they all seem to be bundled with malware these days. You can also safely extract it in linux.

WPA PSK WORDLIST 3 Final (13 GB).rar

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I was googlein my wordlist and i found this, am rather flatterd, thanks guys for you comments and compliments. if anyone has any other comments or sugestions then you can email me ( my email is included in the torrent).

Here are some useful commands to clean-up your wordlists (for WPA / Wi-Fi) (FOR BACKTRACK 5)========================================================1. To remove all none compatible WPA word-lengths(8-63)cat yourwordlistfile pw-inspector -m 8 -M 30 > yournewfileThis will cut out all words that are NOT 8 - 30 letters in length and put them in "yournewfile". I know the max WPA length is 63 but 30 is more realistic for a potential password==========================================================2. To join multi wordlist filescat file1 file2 file3 .. etc > newfile This would join file1 file2 file2 and put it in newfile==========================================================3. To remove all duplicate wordscat wordlistfile uniq > newfile===========================================================4. to remove all html shit, white space and none alphanumeric entries i.e. !"!"$%$$%^&*&(*)()_+>

Hello admin,I want to ask u. I already download dictionary. I am extracted it on my desktop but when i use ( aircrack-ng -w wordllist.text -b E8:94:F6:5B:C3:21 crack-wpa-01.cap) after this its show # aircrack-ng -w wordlist.text -b E8:94:F6:5B:C3:21 crack-wpa-01.capFopen(dictionary) failed : no such file or directoryOpnening crack-wpa-01.caphope u help me thanks

In general, it's said that using a GOOD 'dictionary' or 'wordlist' (as far as I know, they're the same!) is 'key'. But what makes them GOOD? Most people will say 'the bigger, the better'; however, this isn't always the case... (for the record this isn't my opinion on the matter - more on this later).

Other than a mass of download links, this post also contains pretty pictures and confusing numbers which shows the break down of statistics regarding 17 wordlists. These wordlists, which the original source(s) can be found online, have been 'analysed', 'cleaned' and then 'sorted', for example:

The reason for splitting into two parts was that 'most' passwords are either one or two words (containing one space in them). Words which have multiple spaces are mainly due to 'mistakes' with when/how the wordlists was created. So having them lower down, should increases the speed the password is discovered, without losing any possibility.

When removing HTML tags and/or email addresses, it doesn't mean that it wasn't effective. If the word has contained some HTML tags and it was still unique afterwords, it wouldn't change the line numbers, it would improve the wordlist & it still could be unique It is also worth mentioning, due to a general rule of 'search & replace', it COULD of removed a few false positives. It is believed that the amount removed to the predicted estimated amount is worth it. For example instead of having three passwords like below, it would be more worth while to have just the two passwords:

Download links for each collection which has been 'cleaned' is in the table below along with the results found and graphs. '17-in-1' is the combination of the results produced from each of the 17 collections. The extra addition afterwords (18-in-1), is a mixture of random wordlists (Languages (AIO), Random & WPA/WPA2) which I have accumulated. You can view & download them here (along with all the others!). '18-in-1 [WPA]', is a 'smaller' version of 18-in-1, with JUST words between 8-63 characters.

As mentioned at the start, whilst having gigabytes worth of wordlists may be good and all... having a personalised/specific/targeted wordlist is great. PaulDotCom (great show by the way), did just that a while back.

As the password has to be in the wordlist, and if it doesn't have the correct password you could try crunch (or L517 for windows) to generate your own. For a few good tutorials on how to use crunch, check here and here (I highly recommend ADayWithTape's blog).

Instead of brute forcing your way in, by 'playing it smart', it could be possible to generate/discover the password instead. This works if the algorithm has a weakness, for example here, or if the system is poor, for example here. However, finding a weakness might take longer than trying a wordlist (or three!).


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