(02-14-2022, 12:06 AM)drsnooker Wrote: In the mean time, we found a lot of similarities between the wifi password as well as the ESSIDs, access codes, vSSIDs and its password. They all share the same characteristics hence we feel they must have a very similar algorithm.

After a little more statistics there is something very weird. I have 80 examples of the password with three letters in a row at position 9, 10, and 11. (e.g. 2#zgj3x?upf8) Every single one of those 80 examples, follows it with a number. Remember symbols were never allowed in the 12th spot.

Now there are two passwords posted on hash killer that have 4 letters in a row. The 12th being also a letter, instead of a number. If it was possible to have a letter in the 12th spot after three letters in front of it, that would be significantly more likely than 0 out of 80. So something is fishy with the ones posted on hashkiller and cracked by Wolfe.