Crypto Analysis
I have some new rules here and was wondering if somebody could help me test them against hashes they have already broken, maybe run some statistical analysis.

Ed, Edd, and Eddie: This ruleset appends common numbers to the end of your wordlist.

Diamond Bar: Appends 123.  You wouldn't believe how many people do this.
Doubles : Appends double digits, such as 11, 22, 33.  Also very common.
Trips: Appends triple digits, such as 111, 222, 333. as well as hundreds, such as 100, 200, 300.  Not as common as Digits, but less keyspace.
Digits: Appends 00-99, avoiding duplicates from doubles.
DDD: Runs all the fore mentioned rulesets in sequence.

In The Year 2525: This ruleset also appends common numbers, in a slightly more targeted fashion.

Singles: Appends single digit numbers such as 1, 2, 3 ect.  though statistically insignificant, it never hurts to check, and its easy to overlook later in the process.
Quads: Appends quadruple digits, such as 1111, 2222, 3333.  Appends double-double digits, like 1010, 7474, 9898.  Appends thousands, such as 1000, 2000, 3000.  Appends double hundreds, such as 7700, 6400, 3200.  It is very common to use this number set.
Time: Appends 1900-2019.  Can also be used with birthdays, holidays, anniversaries.  Also comes with a subfolder called Generations to trim the dates based on when you were born, married, joined the service, ect.
2525: Runs all the fore mentioned rulesets in sequence.

I'm going to try to prepend these asap.

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As promised, here are the prepended versions.

OppositeDay: Prepended version of EdEddnEddie
IfManIsStillAlive: Prepended version of InTheYear2525
rGenerations: Prepended version of Generations

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