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In this series on password cracking, I have been attempting to develop your skills in the age-old art of password cracking. Although it might seem like a simple and straightforward exercise, those of you who have attempted password cracking know that there are many subtleties to this art.
In many of our password cracking disciplines, we often need to use a wordlist that will essentially attempt thousands of potential passwords per second. This is often referred to as a dictionary attack, even though we need not rely solely on dictionary words. These wordlists may have any combination of characters and words in an attempt to crack a complex password offline.
Kali Linux has built into it a tool called "crunch" that enables us to create a custom password-cracking wordlist that we can use with such tools like Hashcat, Cain and Abel, John the Ripper, Aircrack-ng, and others. This custom wordlist might be able to save us hours or days in password cracking if we can craft it properly.
Unlike many other hacking applications, crunch doesn't provide us with much info in its opening screen. I believe that's because crunch, although relatively simple to work with initially, has so many sophisticated options that the developer has put much of the information in man pages.
Let's start by generating some simple wordlists for password cracking. Let's assume that we know the company has passwords between 4 and 8 characters. We can generate all the possibilities in crunch by typing:
When cracking passwords, there are multiple methods of cracking unknown passwords. These include dictionary, rainbow table, brute force and others. If we know that parameters of the password or know something about the target and their possible passwords (birthday, pet names, spouse, etc.), crunch can be a very useful tool for generating specific wordlists to be used in a dictionary-like attack.
I really want to crack the handshake files but the wordlists generated will be alteast a 10 tb file which is impossible for my computer to handle, so if we can write a java program(or any language) can we check the word generated with the handshake file simultaneously and free the space so that a new word can be placed in its position and check with handshake file so on.
For example I have the persons date of birth, pet name, hobby, favourite car etc... How can I get something like hydra to try all possible combinations with those words in the list? Or how do I create a list with all possible combinations of the known information of the persons account?
or how to make a wordlist who try all possible combinations with those words in the list? Or how do I create a list with all possible combinations of the known information of the persons account? .. in Mr robot serie eliot did the same thing in the first episode..
Hey guys! So i created a custom wordlist with Crunch following the how to's on this page, specifically a numeric word list of numbers 0123456789 with 10 as minimum length and 10 as maximum. I then opened the wordlist file to make sure the combination of numbers "crunched" ; ) are there and I was able to find/verify that the password for the AP I'm testing the list on is there, but when i provide Aircrack-ng with the wordlist after about 3 hours aircrack says the passphrase is not in the wordlist and does not crack it.
I have attempted to crack my AP with the wordlist 3 times with the same results "passphrase not in dictionary" and it stops at 97.22% I have verified that the password/phrase is in the wordlist for sure. oh and the custom list already has the first 3 numbers provided for the AP passcode in order for aircrack-ng to find the password faster but that also did not seem to work. Any ideas?
No symbols are included, but only mixalpha-numeric characters and the max - min length is always 12. When I tried using crunch, the result was around 4000PB if I remember correct, so it's impossible to crack the handshake? Or am I just being a noob?
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