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Mega Wordlist Dictionaries for WPA / WPA2

Discussion in 'Dictionary, Password & Wordlists' started by Mr. Penguin, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    A large collection of wordlists created in a variety of ways. The biggest files which are .txt files are 1.9GB. You should move the txt file you want to use onto a USB and mount it in Xiaopan or Beini using the 'Mount Tool'. It is a bit silly burning this into an ISO because it is so large.

    Download | 8.43GB
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  2. Shaqe Awesome Member

    can you upload to mediafire plz ?
  3. Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    I only get 6GB a month of downloads, I just can't do it. In the future we will have 'Upload King's' that will upload content for us. Fingers crossed :)
  4. Shaqe Awesome Member

    6 only? Mate which country do you live in? Really Jamaica? wow !

    The world is now moving to UNLIMITED DOWNLOAD, and we suffer like this. Really disappointing :(

    Wish you good luck, and now I figured out why you need to hack your neighbors WiFi :D
  5. kikozai Newbie

    MR.penguin , may i know what is a different between 8gb dictionary and 33GB dictionary ?
  6. dennis samano Newbie

    i've all ready have that dictionary files but i can't crack any wifi here in my place...but when i use reaver by brute forcing now i have lots of choices of wifi here....brute force takes time but theres guanteed assurance..
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    in my first attemp i got it by 2 1/2 hours then for the others i've got it within 5 to 8 hrs...in dictionary attack if pass phrase is not in the dictionary even if the file is to big its useless...
  7. Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    I hate cracking WPA or WPA2 through brute force, hate it so much because of the same concerns you have, plus I have never tried it :D
  8. kingslylim Newbie

    Use Reaver, No point using this, coz spend large amount of time.
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  9. ballmoney Newbie

    How do I get a list into a vm workstation ?

    I am using windows 7
  10. Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    Add it to a USB device, then mount it. o_O
  11. ballmoney Newbie

    I don't have a usb atm.

    How can I install vm tools ?

    Is there any other way ?
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  13. kkeith Newbie

    the good thing with reaver you can stop anytime and carry on when you want
    i do about an hour a day while am having dinner then stop it and do the same next day
  14. impshum Newbie

    Thank you for sharing.
  15. Loupo Active Member VIP

    Excuse me sir but i want to ask u how can convert those txt files to lst or pcap because the command in Backtrack 5 r3 aircrack didnt recognize them at all. :)
    The backtrack installing to my HDD and it is not with VM tools.
  16. Mr. Penguin Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator VIP

    Hello Loupo

    First you can convert a pcap using Wireshark. Install it in Windows or Linux and run the following:

    It displays the trace as text
    Code:
    tshark -V -r file_to_convert.pcap
    To save the output to a file
    Code:
    tshark -V -r file_to_convert.pcap > file_to_convert.txt
    I believe .lst are the same as .txt, they have single line entries. Simply open up a lst in notepad and see how it looks. Then to convert simply change the extension .lst to .txt.

    This may also help you further: Login or Signup to view links / downloads

    You can't install VMware tools?
  17. Loupo Active Member VIP

    the backtrack is installed to my HDD i dont need VM :)
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  18. Aby$m Veteran Dev Team VIP

    Thanks Mr. Penguin for the download link.
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  19. Loupo Active Member VIP

    Use reaver is most easier than worldlist
  20. lbondi001 Newbie

    I am using windows 7