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March 31, 2006, 11:04 am
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Re: Can somebody post the wordlist from Openwall (for aircrack) thanks .....
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.security, in article
On Fri, 31 Mar 2006, in the Usenet newsgroup alt.computer.security, in article
I realize you have no clue how Usenet works, but these groups are NOT for
binaries. Please do not post the same request to multiple newsgroups. Please
learn how to use a search engine - it's amazing what you can find when you
make even the smallest effort..
Web Results 1 - 10 of about 18,100 for Openwall wordlist. (0.25
Openwall wordlists collection for password recovery, password ...
An extensive collection of wordlists for 20+ languages and lists of
common passwords intended for use with password recovery, password
www.openwall.com/wordlists/ - 14k - Mar 29, 2006 - Cached -
Now, if you don't want to be accused of being a common thief for trying
to steal something that costs a whole thirty bucks, you could look further.
Web Results 1 - 10 of about 27,200 for web2 (Webster's Second
International). (0.43 seconds)
Welcome to web2 (Webster's Second International) all 234936 words worth.
That's 'EN-US' by the way, and there are actually only 235882 words in
That search also turned up dictionaries in many other languages, all on the
first page of results. People really don't like an unexpectedly large news
downloads (the web2 file is a 1.1 megabyte compressed tarball for just the
word list - a full dictionary with definitions, etc. is going to be several
hundred times larger).
If all you are trying to do is crack passwords - try the obvious ones. The
'Deloder' worm from two years ago had huge success trying just 80 passwords
to gain control over large numbers of windoze networks, and all to many
wireless points remain configured with the factory default password, which
should take you less than ten seconds to identify.
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