How to create Wordlist / Password list (Creating a Custom Wordlist with Crunch) in Termux

What is Password list / Wordlist and How to create this In Termux



What is Password list / Wordlist ?
A list containing the total possible combination of Passwords. A written collection of all words derived from a particular source, or sharing some other characteristic. A wordlist is a list of common passwords that a computer uses in a dictionary attack, I’m not sure which one you should use but you can download a program called crunch or just create your own dictionary.



Where mostly wordlist/passwordlist use Dictionary attack Tools:

A dictionary attack is based on trying all the strings in a pre-arranged listing, typically derived from a list of words such as in a dictionary (hence the phrase dictionary attack). In contrast to a brute force attack, where a large proportion of the key space is searched systematically, a dictionary attack tries only those possibilities which are deemed most likely to succeed. Dictionary attacks often succeed because many people have a tendency to choose short passwords that are ordinary words or common passwords, or simple variants obtained, for example, by appending a digit or punctuation character. Dictionary attacks are relatively easy to defeat, e.g. by using a passphrase or otherwise choosing a password that is not a simple variant of a word found in any dictionary or listing of commonly used passwords. 

these are some tools which required wordlist/password list:
  •     Cain and Abel
  •     Crack
  •     Aircrack-ng
  •     John the Ripper
  •     L0phtCrack
  •     Metasploit Project
  •     Ophcrack



How to create Password list / Wordlist In Termux

Step 1:- Download termux from playstore

Step 2:- Open termux and type this

apt-get update -y

apt-get upgrade -y

pkg install python -y 

pkg install python2 -y

pip install requests

 pip install random




Note: If you already install package then skip this step.
Step 3: Type this in termux

   pip install wordlist




 NOTE :- Type wordlist -h to check the format if this tool.


Step 4:- NOW create passwordlist.


NOTE:- You can create any charset. now i am using roysfan as a charset.
-m mean minimum number of character
-M mean maximum number of character
-o mean output of that file
(now type your charset).

Demo

  wordlist -m 3 -M 5 -o passwordlist.txt roysfan




you can also check your list by typing your filename. In my case passwordlist.txt

Step 5:- type this to check your password list.

    cat passwordlist.txt



NOTE:- This tutorials is for educational purpose only.

You can also use Pattern also.
By typing this command.


  wordlist -m 4 -M 5 -o passwordlist1.txt roysfan @@@1






you can also check your list by typing your filename. In my case passwordlist1.txt

Note: A zipped passwordlist1.txt wordlist ending in "1" will be produced from the above
type this to check your password list.

    cat passwordlist1.txt



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How to create Wordlist / Password list (Creating a Custom Wordlist with Crunch) in Termux How to create Wordlist / Password list (Creating a Custom Wordlist with Crunch) in Termux Reviewed by Surjeet Roy on December 28, 2019 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. Hie there. How do I create a password list that includes characters like %&@. In crunch termux, i have tried; crunch 16 16 -t 9*Brina.$@%&^^^^ -i %*,aaaa.$@%&^^^^ but it keeps replacing the @ with small caps as well as the % whick is generating numbers. The problem is I want the @ and % to be literal. I have also tried crunch 16 16 -t 9*Brina."$"@"%"&^^^^ and ive tried 9*Brina./$/@/%/& but its still generating small caps and number respectively. What am i doing wrong? Please help.

    ReplyDelete

To insert a short code, use & lt; i rel = & quot; code & quot; & gt; ... CODE ... & lt; / i & gt;
To insert a long code, use & lt; i rel = & quot; pre & quot; & gt; ... CODE ... & lt; / i & gt;
To insert an image, use & lt; i rel = & quot; image & quot; & gt; ... PICTURE URL ... & lt; / i & gt;

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