Word List Downloads
#11
i have download some wordlist but i dont know how to use them to hack password in The-Distribution-Which-Does-Not-Handle-OpenCL-Well (Kali) linux.Please help
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#12
attack mode "straight"

https://hashcat.net/wiki/doku.php?id=dictionary_attack

...just read docs Wink
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#13
checkout my wordlists collection here:

https://darkz0ne.net/wordlists
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#14
I made some wordlists using the maskprocessor utility and a regex editor and put them in a zip file.

Webster
This wordlist has every word in Websters Unabridged Dictionary that is 2 letters in length or more, listed alphabetically in caps.  It took about 4 hours in a Regex editor to clean up the file I was using and get rid of all the miscellaneous text and remove all the whitespace.  It has around 110,000 words.

Male First Names
Female First Names
Surnames
These word lists use the US census bureaus list of the nations most common names.  It is listed in order of probability, so there is no need to sort it.  The list is a bit dated, (from the 90's) but it was much easier to compile since all i had to do was use a standard text editor to remove all the numbers, periods and spaces.

day
month
year
I made these wordlists using the maskprocessor for combination attacks based on birthdays, anniversaries, ect.  You can probably safely eliminate everything from 1900-1920 from the year wordlist, unless you are dealing with centenarian.  (Unless you are targeting seniors or history buffs, you could probably up this to 1900-1940)  Don't forget to update it in 2020.


Attached Files
.zip   wordlists.zip (Size: 589.09 KB / Downloads: 82)
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#15
(12-21-2016, 04:18 AM)cityscab Wrote: I made some wordlists using the maskprocessor utility and a regex editor and put them in a zip file.

Webster
This wordlist has every word in Websters Unabridged Dictionary that is 2 letters in length or more, listed alphabetically in caps.  It took about 4 hours in a Regex editor to clean up the file I was using and get rid of all the miscellaneous text and remove all the whitespace.  It has around 110,000 words.

Male First Names
Female First Names
Surnames
These word lists use the US census bureaus list of the nations most common names.  It is listed in order of probability, so there is no need to sort it.  The list is a bit dated, (from the 90's) but it was much easier to compile since all i had to do was use a standard text editor to remove all the numbers, periods and spaces.

day
month
year
I made these wordlists using the maskprocessor for combination attacks based on birthdays, anniversaries, ect.  You can probably safely eliminate everything from 1900-1920 from the year wordlist, unless you are dealing with centenarian.  (Unless you are targeting seniors or history buffs, you could probably up this to 1900-1940)  Don't forget to update it in 2020.

Why's that better than using rules?
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#16
Its not "better" than using rules, its meant to be used in dictionary and combination attacks in addition to using rules.  First you run the dictionary in all lowercase.  Then with the first letter capitalized.  Then you try adding names, dates, ect.  The idea is to try the most likely passwords first before resorting to bruteforce attacks or massive wordlists.

There once was a study done on the most frequently used passwords.  There was a list of about 10,000 common passwords that would crack about 70% of all hashes from common users.
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#17
Hi everybody !
I wanted a relevant wordlist and wikipedia seemed to be a good idea, that's why I decided to update the bright idea published by sraveau in 2009 : the list of all the words found in all Wikipedia projects!

You can download it here (Post in french - Google translate available at the top of the page ) :
https://xj1.fr/blog/mettre-au-clair-des-...wikipedia/
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#18
(01-10-2017, 12:05 PM)powercrypt Wrote: Hi everybody !
I wanted a relevant wordlist and wikipedia seemed to be a good idea, that's why I decided to update the bright idea published by sraveau in 2009 : the list of all the words found in all Wikipedia projects!

You can download it here (Post in french - Google translate available at the top of the page ) :
https://xj1.fr/blog/mettre-au-clair-des-...wikipedia/

Since the blog site is down, can you share what you did here on the forum? Or did someone else write down whatever it was? Thinking of getting all the words on english/whatever wikipedia as a text file to use in attacks.
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#19
I been looking for a good wordlist. I seen huge ones online but those are old plus I need it for wpa2 that i'm working on.

What has worked for you in the passed?
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#20
I thought I share some good wordlist sites I found and used.

https://github.com/berzerk0/Probable-Wordlists
http://www.aircrack-ng.org/doku.php?id=f..._wordlists
https://github.com/search?o=desc&q=topic...positories   ( This one has a tone of them)

https://weakpass.com/wordlist ( This one is very good too)
http://security-is-just-an-illusion.blog...onary.html
https://www.blackploit.com/2011/02/dicci...bruta.html

Hopefully this will help a couple of you or new users.
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