## 2010-02-12

### [Site News] February Update - ISOs and Dictionaries

• All the current De-ICE.net networks - because they are not the easiest thing to find...
• Backtrack 2's dictionaries, along with a few more - because De-ICE.net was designed with this in mind and these files have been discontinued with Backtrack 4

De-ICE.net
de ice.net 1.100 1.0.rar ~ http://www.mediafire.com/?bfo9b21g2m69tb6
de ice.net 1.110 1.1.rar ~ http://www.mediafire.com/?tnci5ewmcoyrp8o
de ice.net 2.100 1.0.part1.rar ~ http://www.mediafire.com/?uyecnhvkeije0br
de ice.net 2.100 1.0.part2.rar ~ http://www.mediafire.com/?l2ezefrg05mmtrr

Dictionaries
> List all: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=af4a6b1b04fdde94b64026cfc0611236f5bb58f2565c44ccf1940a51b339e393
> common-1.txt

...and for the people that keep asking for "g0tmi1k.lst" - its simply 9 Wi-Fi keys which I personally use - very little point of you having this.

~g0tmi1k

Hav0c: ComboFile.txt ~ http://www.mediafire.com/file/unjqz2kqjeu/ComboFile.txt

1. Very thank you so much..keep it up posting.
very useful, i like this blog so much. i can learn a lot. Very informative blog. mediafire is great choice!!!

2. @zer0nymous
Thanks for the thanks! (=
Ive got the next 10 posts plan out already! (=

3. hey g0tmi1k
You are genius around backtrack apps. ru from backtrack or just a user. i wanna ask u have u been to any of the course that offensive sec host like pentesting with BT wifoo etc? also give me suggestion if i should do one of those course? Thanks

cyberhack

4. @cybernet
Thanks for the thanks! (=
Im just a user, someone that messes about with it in my "free" time. I haven't done any courses, its all self taught. As I'm a poor student and don't have money, I haven't look into any professional courses ;)

Thanks

5. Oh Goooood these blog
(( I write and speak English few))
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very very very very thanks.
i crack WEP enough,
you can help me??
I want method to generate list contains numbers only
example
0500000000
0500000001
0500000002
.
.
.
0599999999
---------
can you help me?!because i can't any method to create them

1. perl :)
##################
$n = 10000000; while ($n <= 90000000) { system ("echo $n >> passwd.txt") ;$n++ ; }
#########################################
create file,type this in this file and save this file with some name but with ".pl"
then type in your terminat #perl "name.pl" and pres enter
"edit" :) you can change name of line 2 "passwd.txt whit text editor

This is it broo :)

2. Whit pearl the things will be more easily and funny good luck people ;)
################################################
g0tmi1k! good job and well done my friend!

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4. the perl package is installed in backtrack linux!
I just forgot sorry :)

6. @fayez
Thanks for the thanks.

Im not sure what you fully mean.
Are you unable to crack WEP?
Here is a script to generate your numbers:
http://pastebin.org/126603

Copy all of it, save it in a file (dont forget to add ".py" at the end), edit it for your needs and then in terminal run:
"python [WhatEverYouSavedItAs].py"

~g0tmi1k

7. Hey.
The funny thing or should I rather say the problem regarding using dictionaries is you NEVER know which dictionary to use. It is a try and error approach LOL.

Would it not be easier to use just one HUGE dictionary??
And yes I know it will take a LOT of processing power.

Another thing I noticed was that some words in
common-1.txt
common-2.txt
common-3.txt
common-4.txt
wordlist.txt
webster-dictionary.txt

are duplicated just in another above mentioned dictionary.

I am currently working on making all above mentioned dictionaries in to one dictionary with NO duplicates.

If the users of this blog like AND g0tmi1k agree, I can try to upload ONE complete dictionary and as stated before with NO duplicates with above mentioned dictionaries.

And later on if users like to add more dictionaries or make sure there are no duplicates in your current list. . send it doesn’t hurt to have a look. lol

All for one and one for all ;)

~ Hav0c

8. Hello Hav0c,
*nice long post! (=*

In respect about your comment about using lots of dictionary, In one of my video, i show you how to combine them. Not sure which one it is, so here is the command: cat [name1] [name2] >> [output]
So...
cat common-1.txt common-2.txt common-3.txt common-4.txt wordlist.txt webster-dictionary.txt >> /root/AIO.txt
This will merge them all into one big file!
*and yes, as you posted, there will be duplicates*
Im SURE that SOMEWHERE on the interwebs, there is a script to do this, but Im thinking about coding my own...
*and on a site note, I remember seeing a script on remote-exploit forums about capitalization - see the 3rd link at the bottom*

Yes, Im happy to share your dictionary if you wish to create one!

g0tmi1k

Edit:
http://forums.remote-exploit.org/programming/30963-wordlist-generator-script-revamping-original-wordlist.html

9. Hello g0tmi1k

i am using PERL to look for duplicates between the dictionaries. its fast and clean to use hehe.

This is what i have done. The following dictionaries was compared for duplicates and was made in to one file with no duplicates.

common-1.txt
common-2.txt
common-3.txt
common-4.txt
wordlist.txt
webster-dictionary.txt

ComboFile.txt ~ http://www.mediafire.com/file/unjqz2kqjeu/ComboFile.txt

Please inform me if i am wasting my time in doing this. . .

Note, i am not making new dictionaries all that i am doing is taking couple of old dictionaries -like the ones above- and make them in to one file with no duplicates.
The way i see it, why try the same word twice LOL.

g0tmi1k there is a formula (n^a)-1 ,"^" means to the power, to work out the number of combination something has.
n = number of combination, usually 2 (True or False)
a = the number of characters in the word.

Example: "car" by applying capitalization only.
n = 2 a character can only be capitalized or not
a = 3, car only contains 3 characters

(2^3)-1 = 7 different combination for the word car.

now try to work out the different combination's for the word "Bundesausbildungsförderungsgesetz" its German (don't know what it means) then you will see creating dictionaries is not all that fun for your CPU and RAM ROFLAO !!!
*reason why i don't create dictionaries*

Hav0c

10. @Hav0c
Is there a way I could get in contact with you?

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12. Guy’s there is something wrong with the ComboFile.txt, I only picked it up when I tried to add another dictionary. . The problem is there are one or two duplicates that slipped passed the checks. How I don’t know :( :( :(
I am currently working HARD to sort out the problem. .

13. @Hav0c
You have mail.

14. @Hav0c
Thats half the "fun", finding out "why" =P
Thanks for the work tho!

15. Hey all
Here is a small update, i am working on a new Combo file containing the following dictionaries.

Russian
ru_gen.dic
ru_phys.dic

English
top10000en.txt
center.dic
centre.dic
color.dic
colour.dic
eng_com.dic
Ise.dic
Ize.dic
labeled.dic
labelled.dic
yse.dic
yze.dic
US.dic
UK.dic

French
fr.dic

Afrikaans
za.dic

Swedish
se.dic

Polish
pl_huge.dic

German
abkuerzungen.dic
chemie.dic
computer.dic
de_alt.dic
de_neu 2.dic
de_neu.dic
elektronic.dic
geographie.dic
mathematik.dic
namen.dic
organisationen.dic
physik.dic
recht.dic
tex_de.dic
vornamen.dic

Unnone
common-1.txt
common-2.txt
common-3.txt
common-4.txt
darkc0de.lst
wordlist.txt
webster-dictionary.txt

It will maybe take another day or two to complete *my pc was on for 5 days now working on this file*. Thanks to g0tmi1k we worked out what can improved the chances that no duplications will occur.

Hav0c

16. @Hav0c
Thanks for the update!
If you need some processing power, just say ;)

17. @g0tmi1k
Thanks, but i think its not that bad if you take that it is 92.7 MB (97,239,040 bytes) of data and it is reading Line by Line of 42 files files plus that i am running 26 .pl files at the same time sorting all the 42 files words in to alphabetical files and comparing the words in that 26 alphabetical files.

example:
dictionary 1 first word is Apple now i open file A.txt and compare the word Apple to file A.txt content if Apple is not in file A.txt then i add it.
no i do this with all 42 files and its content.

Are we the only people on your blog ?? :) lol

~Hav0c

18. @Hav0c
Shout if you need help. Tho it sounds like you have it sorted.

and we are the only people looking into it I believe =P

g0tmi1k

19. @g0tmi1k
Thanks man will do so.
hmmm it is sad if were are the only ones looking into this, one would think that as it is a "new" field to some they will be more interested :( lol.

If people are reading this and like to get a dictionary then say so, give suggestions an so on. I think this is what g0tmi1k intended with this page in his blog. . .

Hav0c

20. @Hav0c
Its odd. People always want dictionaries, but I can never find a "good" source of them....

...and I dunno how many people read this far down in the comments ;)

when you finish your list be sure to post it ^_^

i currently have in my possession a program called once is enough. basically it finds and removes duplicates. and can also alphabetise too. just thought you might want to know.

if you want this tool its at

22. @Thomas
Thanks man that you read till at the bottom!!

G0tmi1k got all the lists/dictionaries that i made, he only has to upload them, if not mistaken i send him 3 dictionaries, 1 is German, 1 Estonian and then a new combo with a lot of different dictionaries that was listed by me on 26 May 2010 18:03 (7 posts up).

Will have a look at that 12 apps that you posted. The app that i use is one i created myself in PERL lol. just for sorting and removal of dups nothing big.

Hav0c

23. hi guys.,
actually i did following this blog too.and really big thanks to u all..
im still newbie about cracking Wpa. i still figure out to crack wpa. i still cant find a good dictionary to crack the password.

please feel free email me, if you guys have a great dictionary to share
boychan881@hotmail.com

thanks,
Brave

24. @brave
There is no thing as a "good" dictionary (think g0tmi1k will agree with me here), that's the sad part LOL. Using dictionaries is like trying to shoot a rabbet in the dark blindfolded. Reason me saying it, is if the password isn't in lets say 10 dictionaries containing 1 million words each then i think the chances you getting the password is, well lets face it less then 0.
That is why one always try to have as much dictionaries as possible.

25. @Thomas
Well done for making it this far down the page ;)
and a thank you for posting the program, when I get some time over the summer, Ill have a play with it.

@Hav0c
Yep, I have got all your emails still (with all the attachments). Are they "ready to go" now?
and well done again with the PERL script.

@brave
Bigger the dictionary = The better.
Just takes (alot) longer.
theargonlistver1.rar - is a big one. Give that a go

@Hav0c (again)

26. *If anyone wants to help me out, please say so!*
Here is a collection of dictionaries I've uploaded, and currently sorting out:
http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=af4a6b1b04fdde94b64026cfc06112362a2a266c4a7db5a879b5ba589d1986ba
_Tools.7z
African.7z
Australian.7z
Chinese.7z
Czech.7z
Danish.7z
Deutsch.7z
Dutch.7z
Estonain.7z
Finnish.7z
French.7z
German.7z
Hungarian.7z
Italian.7z
Japanese.7z
Koran.7z
Latin.7z
Polish.7z
Portuguese.7z
Romanian.7z
Russian.7z
Spanish.7z
Swedish.7z
Turkish.7z
Yinglish.7z

27. There is a post I came across a few years back while listening to PaulDotCom. http://pauldotcom.com/2008/11/creating-custom-wordlists-for.html

This will help sort out duplicates using john the ripper. I hope this helps.
Nice blog g0tmi1k, keep up the good work.

28. @Bacon
PaulDotCom is a great podcast (been listing to it since episode 20 ish!) and I had forgotten that they have touch on this! So thanks! (=

I've started work on my own script to help remove dups:
http://g0tmi1k.blogspot.com/2010/06/script-dictionariesv01py.html
and I'm sure I'll add in paul's custom wordlists creator thingy!

29. @g0tmi1k, can you please step by step walk me thought how to add a dictionary to backtrack from windows? i can't find any tutorial online.

30. ^^ i am a new user, could anyone give me the link of a new combine dictionary ?

31. @Rick
I find SSH the easiest.
In backtrack:
Backtrack -> Services -> SSH -> Setup SSHD [or setup-sshd]
Backtrack -> Services -> SSH -> Start SSHD [or start-sshd]

Host: sftp://[IP From BT]
Port: 22

@du
Hav0c - 10 May 2010 13:01
common-1.txt
common-2.txt
common-3.txt
common-4.txt
wordlist.txt
webster-dictionary.txt

ComboFile.txt ~ http://www.mediafire.com/file/unjqz2kqjeu/ComboFile.txt

32. Thanks guys for the posts, emm thanks to you gotmilk, for offering this very interesting space...
i have a little problem here and would appreciate your help.
I'm willing to crack wpa. I have bt4 on a cd (not on workshop) I've recently downloaded one of your dictionaries.. And i managed to navigate to it from my bt4 thru storage but when i tried to load/copy it to my bt4's desktop it says file too large. thanks in advance!

33. @up.west
Thats because you don't have enough memory as your using a LiveCD.
You will need to either install Backtrack on either HDD/USB/VM

34. Awesome collection much appreciated the time and effort u put in this. Thank you

ps ..can u please provide any other link for the script u mentioned above..the number generator. the link u provided is not working "http://pastebin.org/126603".

35. @king007
Thanks! (=

Yeah it looks like the pastebin has been hijacked )=
I haven't got the code to hand at the mo, Ill see if I can find fit again...

36. That will be awesome if u could find it. I will be waiting.

Thank you again for the reply.

37. @king007
---------------
#!/usr/bin/python
startNumbers=05
firstNumber=000
lastNumber=999
endNumber=1
while firstNumber <= lastNumber:
print "%s%s%s" % (startNumbers,firstNumber,endNumber)
firstNumber = firstNumber + 1

-------------

38. @king007
http://pastebin.com/dWtF5Aid

39. Thanks alot for the script.:)

but sadly i am unable to run it as u described above i followed it but still failed to make it run.

i get this invalid token and syntax error.

any solution?

Thank u once again.:)

40. @King007,
Did you use the pastebin or the commands?
The commands on are not formatted correctly (blogs fault)

41. i used the pastebin and also from the blog but it gives same error each time.

42. @king007,
Could you give a more detail on the error?
E.g. copy and paste whats on the screen.

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44. ok here is the screenshot: http://img577.imageshack.us/img577/9184/capturep.jpg

i am using python 3.1.2 version.
Hope this helps. :)

45. @king007,

I'm using Ubuntu & python 2.6.6
Screenshot: http://i52.tinypic.com/2hoa4r6.png
Script: http://www.mediafire.com/?e1cvfgdjdwbwwer

47. Try this perl code to generate:

example
0500000000
0500000001
0500000002
.
.
.
0599999999

-----------------
#!/bin/perl -w
$k = 10;$width = 10;
for $i ( 500000000 .. 600000000 ) { printf "%${width}.${k}ld\n",$i;
}

-----

48. Hi guys I have really been looking into a lot of this stuff lately and couldnt help noticing the great work that g0tmi1k and Hav0c have put into making these massive wordlists. My only question is whether the wpalist and the theargonlistver2 are the same lists with theargonlistver2 having more words in it. Thanks for all the help guys its really appreciated.

49. @Q
Thanks for perl version.(= I can confirm it works! ;)

@Eric,
Are you asking "are all the words from wpalist in theargonlistver2"?
Short answer: I do not know. (=

File = theargonlistver2
Size = 1.85GB
Lines = 227784242

File = wpalist
Size = 779MB
Lines = 64699999

Now...I can't say 100% of its going to be in there, but their is a good chance that MOST of it COULD be.

On a side note....
...I've been meaning to update this post as my collection of wordlist has grown (Little over 7GB, sub subcategory, other languages instead of just English etc). However, I've got a few projects to do before I can find the time/processing power to sort and upload...

50. First of all OH MY GOD, Thank you Both g0tmi1k and hav0c, You guys are AWESOME!

I's as a Newbie to cracking I'm here for guidance.

watching the vid and the part where you typed :
airolib-ng crackwpa --import passwd /root/tools/dictionaries/g0tmilk.lst

im getting a little error after
database successfully created
comes up with
could not open file/stream for reading.

writing...
Done.

any idea what i can do to get that sorted ?

51. I'm still somewhat new to this stuff. I've cracked WEP a couple of times fine with no issue, but I don't know how to add dictionaries to BT in order to crack WPA. I'm booting BT4 off of a USB drive and have no idea where to save the files and weather to save it as a .lst or .txt file. Any help would be appreciated; you can email me at jordanyoung08@live.com Thanks :)

52. @Zell
Thanks for the thanks! (=
You're getting that error because you don't have a file there!
Replace line: /root/tools/dictionaries/g0tmilk.lst
With: /where/ever/you/have/your/word/list/saved.txt

@leebobmonkey
Backtrack comes with a couple: /pentest/passwords/wordlists/
How depending on your USB setup (is it live or Persistent), you may have to copy it over each time. Best way to send files to backtrack is via SSH anyway.
*see http://www.backtrack-linux.org/tutorials/ on setting up your USB*

The file can end, .txt, .lst, .words ,.anythyingyoulike!
With questions its better to ask publicly - therefore someone else might find it before they ask the same thing.

53. Thanks,this helped a lot! :)

54. Thank you guys for the hardwork and knowledge you have put into this, i appreciate it!.

I have a problem of knowing where to put the wordlist into the bt4 directory. I have it on usb, would i just drag and drop it on the usb? lol

55. @leebobmonkey
Thanks for the thanks!

@Tyler
You can use the wordlist from anywhere in backtrack.
Im not sure what you mean about the USB bit (drag and drop onto itself?)
If you're running backtrack from USB - you can add files onto the USB to be used in backtrack...

56. Can you give us a list of all 32 bit keys obtained by using Alpha numeric (a-z,A-Z,0-9) ?
I tried

but was unsuccessful becoz of my PC limitation and file size of the keys.

57. @Siva
Im not fully sure what you mean.
Are you asking for a wordlists that is made up of Alpha numeric (a-z,A-Z,0-9), that ranges from 1-32 in lenght?
If so...

Characters (a-9) = 62
and if we were to take , 32 lenght combos ONLY (so just 32, missing 1-31)

(x^y) * (y+1)
x = Number of characters used
y = Number of length of wordlist

x = 62
y = 32

(62^32) * (32+1)
(2.27265788 × 10^57) * 33 = 74997710188392794396722971599708957615374146806115622453248 combos

Even if I was to do, all 62 characters, but to 10 characters length, it still would be: 8598242909 GB

... So in short. No. I will not be able to create that list for you!

58. I have read all your posts ( took a while ) and i think that airolib-ng does the work you wana do for the duplicate passwords. Since it adds them to a database and does not permit duplicate entries.
You just have to add dictionaries to the database.

59. Hello g0tmi1k, I'm trying to crack wpa2 password with one of your videos with BT4. The problem I have is that, I don't have the dictionaries and I don't know how to install them. At the bottom of your blog there is several links to dictionaries and some program (I supose) De-ICE.net
Can you please told me what is the purpoise of De-ICE.net and how to install it on my computer. So the problem I have is that I don't know what and how to install into my BT4 to complete the objective - crack the wpa2 key in this network. I'm beginner in using linux operating system but with reading and proper explanations I think that the objective is achievable. Pls help me.
What I miss to tell you is that I'm in Bulgaria and most likely we type our passwords in bulgarian with latin symbols is this going to be a problem because I saw that there is different dictionaries for every country or language? ThX in advance. See you.

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61. Directory /tools/ doesn't exist in my pc and /tools/dictionaries/ too. If this can help you to help me :)

62. @n0name
hehe! The comments for this post has grown quite large! =)
Yes your right - if you run "airolib-ng [db_name] --clean all", I believe it will remove duplicates from the rainbow tables - not from the original the wordlists however!
However it can be done with a bit of bash fu:
cat [wordlist] | uniq > [wordlist]_clean

@Ivan
> I’ve upload a few small dictionaries/wordlists in this post =)
> You can create your own just by creating a text file with new words in!
> To "install" them, you just need to copy them into backtrack (See January's rant: http://g0tmi1k.blogspot.com/2011/01/site-news-january-2011.html. "copy the files to USB or burn to DVD." & "transferring via SSH (start-network ; dhclient eth0 ; setup-sshd), or why not create/download when you're using backtrack?!")
> Yes those links are to the wordlist(s) that I used in the video.
> The idea of De-ICE.net is hack your way into it as it is on a "live PenTest CD, that creates a target(s) on which to practise penetration testing; it has an "end goal" to reach."
> You can download a copy of De-ICE and either run it in a Virtual Machine or on another computer.
> Backtrack isn't the best way to get into linux, it’s worth using ubuntu/kubuntu for a while - so you get the feel. When you feel like you understand the basics and know your way around via terminal - then try backtrack
> I don't think I have any specific wordlists for Bulgarian, however I’ve got some general Latin symbols. Best bet is to great your own. (See point 2)

@Ivan (post 3)
The path I use is "/root/tools/...", however this is custom and is only on my machine, unless you also add it.
Backtrack comes with its own wordlists at "/pentest/paswords/wordlists/", you can use them instead. I use my own custom ones - to say time - as I didn't wish to wait hours for it to be crack - I used a tiny custom wordlist.

63. What would you guys say is the success rate/percentage for being able to crack wpa? For example I would say that with wep, it is able to be cracked about 90% of the time. What would it be for wpa?

64. hi.always,when i want to found one good password list,i always found,but not one of them for my country slovenia.i have cracked wep with backtrack 4,that was easy,but i cannot cracked wpa without a good password list for slovenia.our key look like this 5xo7-2ovi-2epx.i support your work in all respects,i have learn much from g0tmi1k`s tutorials.so,can you please please please tell me,where can i found password list for my country??thanks.if someone now,where can i found it,please contact me at borisbohnec@gmail.com.

65. hydra -l admin -P /pentest/passwords/wordlists/g0tmi1k.lst -e ns -t 15 -f -s -vV 192.168.1.1 http-get /

Apear this message when run in MS Windows 7 : "Error: You must supply the web page as an additional option or via -m"

Help Brother!!!!

66. @Vince
If the passphrase isn't in a wordlist = 0%
If the passphrase is in a wordlist = 0%
If the passphrase is in a wordlist + handshake = 100%

So it depends on your wordlist(s). ;)
The simpler the passphrase, the higher the chance it could be found in a wordlist...

@boris
"5xo7-2ovi-2epx" doesn't look slovenia to me, It just looks random. ;) *Which is common is alot of countries now*
You have two questions from where I see it:
1.) Generate the random wordlists yourself (e.g. from using crunch)
2.) Try and figure out how random passphrase was generated! (Its been done before, with BT-Homehubs if I remember rightly)

The problem with 1.), is that it "can" take a lot of space up and/or processing power.... And due to the size which can be generated, they are HUGE files which can't really be uploaded.
The reason for this, is the generated list has to cover every combination (which looking at the complexity is gonna be very large indeed!).
I don't think your gonna find a list, personally. Sorry!

@Sam's Bass
I haven't used hydra on windows, so I can't comment to that.
What version are you using of hydra?

6.1, on linux, doesn't have a "-m" option, however it does have "-M".
-M FILE server list for parallel attacks, one entry per line

It sounds like its having trouble identifying the target. This could be due to you using /linux/path/to/file, and not windows C:\Path\to\File for the wordlist!

67. Hey i would like to know where can i find a good tutorial in how to install spoowep2 an spoonwpa to backtrack 3, i all ready search on youtube an on google but i can't seem to find it , when i try to put spoonwep2 on the modules section an burn the live cd iso i then boot of the cd an i get errors

can any one give me good step by step instruction in how to install spoonwep2 an spoonwpa to backtrack 3

68. @tom johnson
Most people have also moved away from backtrack 3, as 4 is out (and BT5 is due out in a few months too!)

Second hit:
http://charleskong.com/blog/2010/02/guide-to-crack-wep-using-spoonwep-in-backtrack-3/

69. Yes. I was going to recommend to him and all future posters that all off topic posts or questions regarding backtrack be taken here.

http://www.backtrack-linux.org/forums/forum.php

70. very nice..clap clap clap to g0tmilk and HavOc..what is the brand of your milk? i want to drink it so to become a genius..LOL..
then, elaborate how to use .sh file..coz i cant isntall my downloaded .sh file from net..and please elaborate of using SSH..thnx

71. @Vince
/me second that =).

@amir69
Thanks for the thanks.
.sh is a bash file, that has shell commands in it.
You can run it by using "bash NameOftheFile.sh"
If your having issues, make sure the "end of line" is set to linux.

Regards to SSH, I did a very quick guide here:
http://g0tmi1k.blogspot.com/2011/01/site-news-january-2011.html
Short version:
start-network ; dhclient eth0 ; setup-sshd

72. @g0tmi1k First off, biggups to you bro for all the info in your blog and secondly to the work you and havoc have done.
I am a new linux user and hope to use back track 4 eventually (when I feel I'm ready) so will check back here from time-to-time.

This section of your blog has made me have a dig around the net for some newb friendly tools to help in relation to the collating of dicos.

First everyone could watch this video...

The wordlist.sh that is used in the tutorial can be found here...

And the relating forum post (translated from french to English)

Might help, might not ;)

Keep up the good work lads!

73. @Scripture
Thanks for the thanks =)

I had a quick look at the video & script - however the video's script is English & that one isn't (French?)! However I've got a rough idea of what it does!
Looks good for explaining current wordlists & geared towards cracking WPA/WPA2.

I've also look into optimized wordlists (See blog post: http://g0tmi1k.blogspot.com/2011/06/dictionaries-wordlists.html), however we both went into different areas.

Cheers for the tip/script!

74. Hi g0tmi1k! Kudos to your blog!

The de-ice.net ISOs are already deleted.

Thanks and much respect!

75. @Kellectionz
Thanks for the thanks =)
I've updated the De-ICE links as I don't think torrents would work as I don't think many people would help seed it.

76. hello guys
thanks a lot for all this work :)
but when i check it with aircrack ,,it says : Passphrase not in dictionary . :/
i did everything exactly as you did .
its weird because the dictionary contains only the wpa passphrase .
any help plz ?

77. @BackTracker
Thanks =)
1.) Are you sure its the same? Same case?
2.) Try having a few words in - not just one.
3.) Check there isn't any extra spaces at the end.

78. it seems like you guys are doing a lot of extra work. When I make wordlists I never need anything more your general Linux CLI commands - it seems like creating scripts and such to do this may be monotonous. Usually only takes me 30min-1hr to "cat" my wordlists together and "sort -u" them to remove duplicates.

I've also noticed some people saying using dictionaries aren't good because it's not guaranteed the password you're looking for is in the wordlists. Those people can simply pipe crunch (http://sourceforge.net/projects/crunch-wordlist/) through aircrack-ng to perform an actual brute-force attack against the captured handshake. Use something like "crunch 8 63 abcABC123 | aircrack-ng -b de:ad:be:ef:ca:fe -w - /path/to/captured/file.cap" and wait a few years.

79. @meebo
Thanks! =)
I create a simple bash script to do it, as it just automates the commands.
The time depends on lots of different factors (e.g. using an SSD was ALOT quicker).

That is very true!
I still rather use a (small) wordlist, as this have "common" passwords, as there is more of a chance the password is going to be "password" not "AAAAAABC", but for the people that wish to get it _all_, then cruch (and having a lot of time), is the way to go =)

80. try this for dupe removal:
cat list-1 list-2 list-3 | sort | uniq > final.list
i need a wordlist with all uppercase letters only 8 chars long
(AAAAAAAA - ZZZZZZZZ) any ideas how to make such a thing? or what size it would be thanks

81. Can anyone explain ( How to create a hash? )

82. Hi Sir! With great vast and deep respect for your efforts and publicized work i go straigt to the point.
My question-problem is this.
Lets hypotheticaly accept i used this: ./crunch 6 6 -t john%% > example.txt
what if i want to import a wordlist with names and want to export a list that has every name on it with numbers in the end. That would be possible if we could set "john" as a variable and the field of this variable would be the wordlist.
Moreover lets say i want my output list to cover all names with numbers in the end but i dont want to use all 10 number symbols. example:
1.txt: mary,nick
2.txt: mary11,mary12... ...nick21,nick22
Can u please guide me as how to do it? give me some help? If not is this possible with jtr and if so how?
Ps: some food for the humorous minds : I am a newbie and yesterday it took me 4 hours to make cuda pyrit run on my computer with bt5 gnome 64. I felt such great joy i must share with all fellows here. I run 6core amd cpu 1100t with gtx 260 nvidia card. Befor cuda pyrit 4300p/s after cpyrit 13400p/s so its a great improvement and i recommend it to all those with nvidia cards.
ps2: i hope i am not entirely off topic
With honor(even posting here is honor) K.T.

83. hi
i have laptop and external Alfa Wifi Adapter.i want to hack wifi password.
plz any body guide me step by step.how to hack the wifi in UAE.
before i try backtrack 5 for wifi password cracking.but not succeeded.plz help me.

My facebook and yahoo mail ID: intel.imran@yahoo.com

i am new user for backtrack

when i install CUDA program (python setup.py build ) coming my result like this please help me

root@bt:~/pyrit/cpyrit_cuda# python setup.py build
running build
running build_ext
Skipping rebuild of Nvidia CUDA kernel ...
Building modules...
building 'cpyrit._cpyrit_cuda' extension
gcc -pthread -fno-strict-aliasing -DNDEBUG -g -fwrapv -O2 -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -fPIC -I/usr/local/cuda/include -I/usr/include/python2.6 -c _cpyrit_cuda.c -o build/temp.linux-i686-2.6/_cpyrit_cuda.o -Wall -fno-strict-aliasing -DVERSION="0.4.1-dev (svn r308)"
gcc -pthread -shared -Wl,-O1 -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions build/temp.linux-i686-2.6/_cpyrit_cuda.o -lcrypto -lcuda -lz -o build/lib.linux-i686-2.6/cpyrit/_cpyrit_cuda.so
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lcuda
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1

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My VGA GTX 460 evga
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:~/pyrit/cpyrit_cuda# pyrit list_cores
Pyrit 0.4.1-dev (svn r308) (C) 2008-2011 Lukas Lueg http://pyrit.googlecode.com

The following cores seem available...
#1: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#2: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#3: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#4: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#5: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#6: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#7: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'
#8: 'CPU-Core (SSE2/AES)'

85. very good work and the best in this subject. Will the number of data packets captured makes any difference or it only requires a handshake for easy cracking of wpa-psk. Even after a handshake, I collected 20K data packets. Because some where I read that more the data packets the more easy of password cracking. Even after collecting 20K packets, my laptop couldn't able to crack the pass phrase. I use live DVD of BT 5R2 and hence I need to start from the beginning for dictionary crack using aircrack-ng. Is there a way to direct aircrack from starting the check say d***** as earlier it has checked upto c**** in the dictionary and couldn't found the key. Thanks in advance.

86. @g0tmi1k
Greetings First of All!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

g0tmi1k you are amazin bro. u2 HavOc for all your work on wordlists,

I am in your DEBT brother , I fell into your blog by searching for wordlists and how to crack wap/wap2 , wap-psk and wap2-psk.

as i see it its very hard to crack those networks.

I read all these comments till the end. learned a lot. i wanna learn more. but my school and work does not let me.

I have to say a BIG THANK YOU! you made me to YOU and my self.