Linux Crunch 3.3 | Wordlist Generator [Latest]

Discussion in 'Software Downloads' started by Mr. Penguin, 23 Jul 2012.

  1. Mr. Penguin

    Mr. Penguin Administrator
    Staff Member Admin Moderator VIP

    Joined:
    18 May 2012
    Messages:
    3,087
    Likes Received:
    1,186
    Trophy Points:
    351
    Description
    Crunch is a wordlist generator where you can specify a standard character set or a character set you specify. crunch can generate all possible combinations and permutations.

    Features
    • crunch generates wordlists in both combination and permutation ways
    • it can breakup output by number of lines or file size
    • now has resume support
    • pattern now supports number and symbols
    • pattern now supports upper and lower case characters separately
    • adds a status report when generating multiple files
    • new -l option for literal support of @,%^
    • new -d option to limit duplicate characters see man file for details
    • now has unicode support
    Changelog


    • Add more information to help section
    • Added unicode support - written by JasonC
    • Error messages and startup summary now go to stderr (-u now unnecessary) - fixed by JasonC
    • Fixed mem leaks, invalid comparisons - fixed by JasonC
    • Fixed startup delay due to long sequences of dupe-skipped strings - fixed by JasonC
    • Fix write and compress error - reported and fixed by amontero
    • Fix printpercentage -> linecounter should be ->linetotal
    • Add support for 7z

    Crunch 3.3 can be found at:
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/crunch-wordlist/
     
  2. Pixi-Overlord

    Pixi-Overlord Well-Known Member
    VIP

    Joined:
    9 Sep 2013
    Messages:
    21
    Likes Received:
    3
    Trophy Points:
    58
    Hey MR P,
    I have a question regarding Crunch.
    Can i use Crunch to create 8 character set of A-Z, BUT max 2 of the same characters in each line?
    I have noticed with Sky routers that hardly ever have 3 of the same letters in the default WPA2 key ;)
    And im not creating a 1.7TB word list lol
    Im sure this would reduce the wordlist considerably?
     
  3. meknb

    meknb Mod
    Moderator Dev Team VIP

    Joined:
    2 Jun 2012
    Messages:
    702
    Likes Received:
    144
    Trophy Points:
    161
    Your probably best use maskprocess and sed for this Limiting the consecutive occurrence
     
  4. estimacamry

    estimacamry Tracker
    VIP

    Joined:
    3 Aug 2012
    Messages:
    552
    Likes Received:
    131
    Trophy Points:
    91
    Use the "-d" command in crunch
    crunch-d2.jpg
     
  5. Pixi-Overlord

    Pixi-Overlord Well-Known Member
    VIP

    Joined:
    9 Sep 2013
    Messages:
    21
    Likes Received:
    3
    Trophy Points:
    58
    The -d cmd still allows multiple entries of A and B
    Is there a -d cmd that will permit max 1 letter to be the same in the 8 characters?

    I would try use maskprocess and sed but unable to do this from ESX and no GPU
     
  6. estimacamry

    estimacamry Tracker
    VIP

    Joined:
    3 Aug 2012
    Messages:
    552
    Likes Received:
    131
    Trophy Points:
    91
    crunch-d3.jpg Did you try -d 1?

    Sorry, wasn't reading carefully, -d cmd will only work to " Limits the number of consecutive identical characters" next to each other
     
    #6 estimacamry, 3 Mar 2014
    Last edited: 3 Mar 2014
Loading...
  • About Us

    We are a community mixed with professionals and beginners with an interest in wireless security, auditing and pentesting. Feel free to check out and upload resources.


    You can also find us on: Twitter and Facebook

  • Donate to Us

    Did you find our forums useful? Feel free to donate Bitcoin to us using the form below. Those who donate the equivlent of $10 USD or more will be upgraded to VIP membership. Don't have Bitcoin? Use your credit card to GO VIP here. Don't want to fork out some coin? There are other ways to GO VIP. Bitcoin: 1LMTGSoTyJWXuy2mQkHfgMzD7ez74x1Z8K