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Password cracking wordlists reprise



These wordlists are some of my favorite to use for password cracking. Generally the larger the wordlist the longer it will take to crack a password, but the higher probabilty it will be in the list. These lists are line-by-line, suitable for use with John the Ripper or OCLHashcat to name a few.

If you need help cracking hashes, you can read my walkthrough of John the Ripper.

super_wpa.lst.gz - WPA wifi wordlist.
adjective_noun_3_digits_router.lst.gz - Some routers have this naming scheme.
breachcompletion_sorted.lst.gz - A long list of passwords from breaches with email pairs stripped.
rockyou.lst.gz - Good medium size all around wordlist.
john.lst.gz - Shorter password list bundled with John The Ripper.
bt4-password.lst.gz - Snother medium short wordlist of common passwords.
darkweb-top100000.lst.gz - Passes in order from most used.

The Lists

All lists are gzipped to save bandwidth. Total passwords included in each file is noted to the side, and was generated with:

zcat passfile.gz | wc -l

Total all lists: 2779697215 unique passwords

adjective_noun_3_digits_router.lst.gz: 1802841920 lines 4.1G

breachcompletion_sorted.lst.gz: 378839348 lines 1.3G

bt4-password.lst.gz: 1652903 lines 5.2M

rockyou.lst.gz: 14344391 lines 51M

super-wpa.lst.gz: 982963903 lines 4.3G

john_password.lst.gz: 3559 lines 14K

darkweb2017-top10000.lst.gz: 9999 lines 40K

I have also compiled this into a torrent for those who want them all.

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