Wordlist of phrases
#1
Hello everyone,

I'm interested in creating phrases from a given text, for example:
Code:
In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.
And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
So, if we're interested in a phrase long 7 words, we will create the following password candidates:
Code:
In the beginning God created the heaven
the beginning God created the heaven and
beginning God created the heaven and the
God created the heaven and the earth

I was going to code the script for this, but before starting I have a couple of questions:
  1. There already is something like that (I really don't want to reinvent the wheel)
  2. Is that really helpful? My aim is to crack some impossible long but "easy" passwords, before throwing the towel
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#2
2.
bitstrengh 320 - entropy 4137
bitstrengh 218 - entropy 3727
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#3
Care to elaborate?
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#4
Should be easy to script
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#5
I hope so Smile
So I guess there's nothing like that and it could be useful
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#6
See the PhraserGram and Phraser tools at:
https://github.com/Sparell/Phraser
And:
Linguistic Cracking of Passphrases using Markov Chains
PasswordsCon 2015 Cambridge
Peder Sparell
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#7
that seems interesting, but I think it's too much clever: what I was trying to do is to simply create a "floating window" on words other a prefixed text. If I got it right, the code you linked will try to create some phrases from a text.
Let's see if I can find some time to script it.
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#8
I put the script together, created a wordlist of phrases based on the Bible and... oh boy, that was unexpected!

Code:
withhisstripeswearehealed
amnotashamedofthegospel
rejoiceinthelordalways
wonderswithoutnumbers
theearthisthelords11
lordofheavenandearth
fearnotiwillhelpthee
andthewordwaswithgod
onehourwiththebeast
hardennotyourhearts

I guess I'll polish it up and then publish the repo soon.
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#9
It took some time, but I was able to complete it. You can find it here with some thoughts on it:
https://www.nc-lp.com/blog/phrases-generator

As usual comments are more than welcome!
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#10
(01-23-2017, 10:36 AM)vladimir125 Wrote: It took some time, but I was able to complete it. You can find it here with some thoughts on it:
https://www.nc-lp.com/blog/phrases-generator

As usual comments are more than welcome!

Hi,

Good work with this. Every tool has it own strengths.

Any plan supporting non ascii characters?


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