Hi, I am trying to create my own wordlist and wondering if by now someone was able to find a website like textmechanic.com/Generate-List-of-Numbers.html but able to generate 7 digits? it is perfect but 6 is not enough... OR If not I have the 8 digit list, is there a windows program that can handle that size and provide good editing options? I will need to cut out the needed list by removing first digit and taking the first 1/8 of the list, correct ? then I will need to add a prefix to it so it could be a 10 digit list with 3 fixed digits. Notepad++ does not open it notepad does not work wordpad opens it but freeze and not good at editing OR Any windows generator that can handle the above goal and already tested ? (prefix and 7 digits) Thanks --- Double Post Merged, 13 Feb 2013 --- Ok so I found a tool that works under Windows to generate wordlists, I ordered it to generate 1234-XXXXXX & 123-XXXXXXX wordlists where 123 & 1234 are fixed operator numbers and XXXXXX & XXXXXXX are possible numbers from 1-999999 and 1-9999999 List 1234-XXXXXX was 10MB, List 123-XXXXXXX was 104MB I tried 2 things, first chose windows file type for saving and then Unix files type, and I guess Unix works also for Linux in this case ??? So the sample line for Unix was: 1234000000 1234000001 1234000002 1234000003 1234000004 1234000005 1234000006 1234000007 Well I copied it as it was in windows but expanded into separate lines here. This is how it looked under windows: I copied the files/s to a new USB (different from Live USB) formatted as FAT32. I booted Xiaopan 4.4 I used mount tool to load the new USB that has the file 1234XXXXXX.txt in root alone (Unix file type) I loaded minidwep-gtk (Xiaopan 4.4) I tried to load the file through dictionary tab but got an error that goes like : can't find cap file and followed by another error. Any idea what I am doing wrong here, any commend about what I did ?