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Wordlist numeric mangling question - TessierAshpool - 11-19-2015
Assuming it's possible, how would one do the following given the wordlist below: example wordlist: password1 apple78 Given another wordlist or parameter with sequence 0-100, can oclHashcat dynamically generate the following passwords to try against hashes? password0-100 (ie. password0, password1, password2, ... password100) apple0-100 (ie. apple0, apple1, apple2, ... apple100) So in other words, if the word in the wordlist already has a number on the end of it, oclhashcat would substitute that number with the numeric sequence provided and try every sequence. If the word in the wordlist doesn't end in a number, oclhashcat would ignore it. Another sequence example would be years (2000-2016) password2000-2016 (ie. password2000, password2001, password2002, ... password2016) etc... Is this possible with oclhashcat? RE: Wordlist numeric mangling question - epixoip - 11-20-2015
No, this is not possible. Instead strip your wordlist down to basewords and do hybrid attacks. RE: Wordlist numeric mangling question - HRob1n - 11-21-2015
i wrote a simple rule to do the first part where you start substituting alternative digits to find variances on existing bases with simple swaps, but you would need to expand on it to do the full sets you outlined above or follow epixoip's advice. digit_expander.rule Code: `## rule: digits expander` Hope that helps |