who can tell me a script for linux to make a 10 digits dictionary?

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  1. punk

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    who can tell me a script for linux to make a 10 digits dictionary? or a program that make it easy?
    i typed
    this in terminal
    seq 0000000001 9999999999 > dictionary.txt
    but it starts from 1 not from 0000000001
     
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    seq -f %010.f 1 9999999999
     
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    my god this is a HUGE file haha... (like 35 gigs) and its still going. ima see if/how much perl can condense that size.. since it usually does.
     
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    use Crunch in Backtrack
    Watch this video on YouTube.
     
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    so the full code would be | crunch 10 10 0123456789 -0 wordlist.txt seq 0000000000 9999999999 > dictionary | or did i mess that up ?
     
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    also i need to make a numeric word list starting from 3 digits and max 10 from 0123456789. how cn i do this? any help
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    and where it saves the file once completed?. any way to know the size of the file before it complete?
     
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    I can tell you that the 10 digit will get up to over 35 gigs as i have tried it before . Honestly it could get VERY large. I would recommend instead to make a script that instead just pipes the generated numbers to whatever program you'd be trying to use it with. I will hopefully have some time after work to write a quick script that you wanted above but should should have at least 100 gigs available because it could very well get that big.
     
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    hashcat ftw :3
     
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    Hi, i tried to save the wordlist.txt to /home/tc but it seems doesn't work.

    Here is my command
    crunch 10 10 0123456789 seq 0000000000 9999999999 -0 /home/tc/wordlist.txt

    But I can't find it even I used below command
    updatedb
    locate wordlist.txt

    Anyone can help? Thanks
     
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    Elcomsoft wireless auditor > Mask Attack ( ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d) is 10 digit numeric thats all U need...grab elcomsoft wireless auditor and open your captured cap file with it...go to mask attack and use the following combination ... wer ?d = any number from 0 to 9
     
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