Huge date list (multi-language).
Hey there, long time no see. I had to change handle because my old pass isn't working (how ironic Smile). A few months back I was working on some lists and I was expecting to participate in crack me if you can 2012, so I didn't share them immediately.

Anyways, life happened and I didn't participate so I thought I'd finally share my pretty extreme Dates-v1 list. It's 4.8GB u-c (470MB bz2 --> 97MB zip). It's meant to be used with the combinator attack and to my findings it works very nicely, though it's very very very (very) long.

So why a list instead of a hybrid or a masking attack? Here's from the readme, you can judge if your interested:

# days, dd, mm, yyyy,
# 8 November 2003 (& no spaces), 8. November 2003, 8/11/2003, 8.11.2003, 8-11-2003,
# 2003 November 9 (& no spaces), 2003-11-09, 2003/11/9, 2003.11.9, 2003. november 9., 2003. nov. 9.
# November 9 2003 (& no spaces), November 9, 2003, Nov. 9, 2003, 11/9/2003, 11-9-2003, 11.9.2003,
# dd., mm., yyyy., dd-, mm-, yyyy-, dd/, mm/, yyyy/, dd,, mm,, yyyy,,
# .dd, .mm, .yyyy, -dd, -mm, -yyyy, /dd, /mm, /yyyy, ,dd, ,mm, ,yyyy,
# ddmm,, dd-mm, dd/mm, dd,mm, ddyyyy, dd.yyyy, dd-yyyy, dd/yyyy, dd,yyyy,
# mmdd, mm.dd, mm-dd, mm/dd, mm,dd, mmyyyy, mm.yyyy, mm-yyyy, mm/yyyy, mm,yyyy,
# yyyydd, yyyy.dd, yyyy-dd, yyyy/dd, yyyy,dd, yyyymm,, yyyy-mm, yyyy/mm, yyyy,mm,
# daysyyyy, days.yyyy, days-yyyy, days/yyyy, days,yyyy,
# daysmm,, days-mm, days/mm, days,mm,
# daysdd, days.dd, days-dd, days/dd, days,dd,
# 2003-Nov-9, Sunday
# Sunday, 8 November 2003
# Sunday, November 9, 2003
# Abbreviations like Nov are included in months list, so there is no need to
# make different formats with them.
# Same with days, 08 and 8 included in days list. Same with 2 digit years, included
# all the time.
# Afrikaans, Albanian, Alsatian, Amharic, Arabic (Modern Standard), Arabic (Egyptian),
# Arabic (Moroccan), Aragonese, Aranese, Armenian, Asturian, Azerbaijani, Basque,
# Belarussian, Bosnian, Breton, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chechen, Cherokee, Cornish, Corsican,
# Croatian, Czech, Danish, Drehu, Dutch, Dzongkha, Estonian, Faroese, Fijian, Finnish,
# French, Frisian (North), Frisian (Saterfrisian), Frisian (West), Friulian, Galician,
# Ganda, Georgian, German, Greek (Ancient), Greek (Modern), Greenlandic, Gujarati, Haitian
# Creole, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Irish (Gaelic), Italian,
# Japanese, Jèrriais, Kashubian, Kazakh, Korean, Ladino, Lakota, Latin, Latvian,
# Lithuanian, Livonian, Low German, Luxembourgish, Macedonian, Malay, Maltese, Manx,
# Maori, Mongolian, Nepali, Norweigan (Bokmål), Norweigan (Nynorsk), Occitan,
# Old English, Old Norse, Papiamento, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Provençal,
# Quechua, Rapanui, Romanian, Russian, Samoan, Sanskrit, Sardinian, Scots,
# Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Sesotho, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian, Spanish, Swahili,
# Swedish, Tagalog, Tahitian, Tamil, Thai, Tibetan, Tok Pisin, Turkish, Tuvaluan,
# Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Võro, Walloon, Welsh, Yiddish, Zulu,
# Esperanto, Folkspraak, Ido, Interlingua, Interlingue, Interglossa, Lingua Franca Nova,
# Lojban, Volapük,

As usual you can use rules and do interesting stuff with it (like appending using - or . or ,). It is always a time trade-off, but you can generate very good and also very long passwords with this. Oh, and it goes from 1900 to 2050... I thought I'd make it future proof Wink

Please comment if you get any new hits using this,
Have fun!

P.S. I tried uploading on the forums but it kept aborting... :/
Here's a link:
Using combinator.bin from hashcat-utils you can generate the missing date files
This was all created using the combinator util (and a couple other things). Adding day + dd + mm + yyyy simply makes this list so big it's unusable (to me at least). So I didn't. But yes it would be easy to do so.
and here is mf link :d