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Offline Malachai

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Password File
« on: April 21, 2017, 10:48:35 PM »
After months of working late hours coming home and going to bed. I had some time off to really work on things I like. I have cleaned up and finished a 15 gig password file. I was trying to find a place to upload the file but notice not a lot of places can handle big files like this. I will have to split the file into 5 gigs. Just need a place where i could upload them to, and its easy for users to download the file.

If you have any suggestions please let me know.

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Re: Password File
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2017, 12:34:45 AM »
If you want/don't want to split:

bytedropper.com - 20 GB Free Users - 100GB Max File Size
mega.co.nz - 50 GB Free Users - All available space of your cloud
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Re: Password File
« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2017, 09:14:20 AM »
Nothing personal Malachai...

But I see little value in using a file that large. Once you get past the usual suspects, and the next 30%, you are into a list of one-offs...passes used only once by one individual who just happened to get swept up in a hack...

While you can use statistical data to look at 'trends' and develop ways to 'fudge' the list to boost your success...Just smashing all the lists you can find together and running i through uniq is going to give you a list that will take many days, and many kilowatt hours, to go through...

I have ended up having a series of graduated lists...The usual suspects in the Rockyou and darkc0de lists...a area/target specific telephone list made with crunch, and a CEWL pull from the targets website/file names.

After that...I have had *ZERO* success when deciding to just 'throw the kitchen sink' at some target...Not once have my week long runs on 'the big list' yielded success. Not once...

Just something to think about friend...

BTW, Google allows for 15gb of storage on each Google Drive account...free...As long as you are not trying to make it a Google Doc, and you are willing to pay...5TB is the limit...;)

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Re: Password File
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2017, 05:43:42 PM »
Thanks for the feedback. I for me this list I have used for the last couple months . I came across some hashes I was working with and got some other password from different locations that I haven't seen before. I see some other list that people have uploaded and google one you talked about. Those were short and useless to me . The list I put together are from 8-32 characters long. but thanks for the feedback.


Nothing personal Malachai...

But I see little value in using a file that large. Once you get past the usual suspects, and the next 30%, you are into a list of one-offs...passes used only once by one individual who just happened to get swept up in a hack...

While you can use statistical data to look at 'trends' and develop ways to 'fudge' the list to boost your success...Just smashing all the lists you can find together and running i through uniq is going to give you a list that will take many days, and many kilowatt hours, to go through...

I have ended up having a series of graduated lists...The usual suspects in the Rockyou and darkc0de lists...a area/target specific telephone list made with crunch, and a CEWL pull from the targets website/file names.

After that...I have had *ZERO* success when deciding to just 'throw the kitchen sink' at some target...Not once have my week long runs on 'the big list' yielded success. Not once...

Just something to think about friend...

BTW, Google allows for 15gb of storage on each Google Drive account...free...As long as you are not trying to make it a Google Doc, and you are willing to pay...5TB is the limit...;)
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Re: Password File
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2017, 05:23:45 AM »
After months years of working late hours coming home and going to bed.

You had misspelled years...

I have cleaned up and finished a 15 gig password file.

Making a password list is a chore???? hehe

So this is that mystical beast you been speaking of for ages...
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Re: Password File
« Reply #5 on: Today at 01:41:28 AM »
That's can be useful to have a 15 GB word list if you have a super computer with multiple Nvidia's GPU...

However, in my little experience, social engineering and password profiling is much more pay full and discreet. I don't really want to see the size of the error log's file after a brute force attack with this kind of word list.

Otherwise, that can probably help you to host your fat file: https://git-lfs.github.com/
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Re: Password File
« Reply #6 on: Today at 03:02:45 PM »
That's can be useful to have a 15 GB word list if you have a super computer with multiple Nvidia's GPU...

I have 60 gigs of collected wordlist. It only takes about 10 - 20 min to run through them all with hashcat... , Maybe my computer is super :o

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Re: Password File
« Reply #7 on: Today at 03:17:33 PM »
Havok, don't be shy and show us your 6gpu monstrum haha
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Re: Password File
« Reply #8 on: Today at 03:31:14 PM »
Havok, don't be shy and show us your 6gpu monstrum haha

I only have 4 GPUs in my old machine now im only running 2 , but i might benchmark these cards and post it