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12-04-2018, 01:30 PM
Hello I'm looking for a list that contains every possible combination of a-z and 0-9 each line needs to 6 charters long heres a few example
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oep49
oep50
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I'm willing to spend a fair bit on this PM me


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12-05-2018, 12:51 PM
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12-09-2018, 01:21 AM
I don't suppose you already have the 4 letter equivalent? I need that too

Hope you get this though.


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someone sell me this lol 25 fucking chars lol


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12-23-2018, 05:57 PM
1337 & twittercracks you can use crunch to create a wordlist based on criteria you specify, in this case you would want to use the following syntax below.

Example: crunch 6 6 abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1234567890 -o 6chars.lst

Usage: crunch <min> <max> <charset> -o filename.lst
Where minimum and maximum are the arithmetic length of the string you want to start/end at.

Other optional flags and references you may find useful can be found noted below.

-b : the maximum size of the wordlist (requires -o START)
-c : numbers of lines to write to the wordlist (requires -o START)
-d : limit the number of duplicate characters
-e : stop generating words at a certain string
-f : specify a list of character sets from the charset.lst file
-i : invert the order of characters in the wordlist
-l : allows the literal interpretation of @,%^ when using -t
-o : the output wordlist file
-p : print permutations without repeating characters (cannot be used with -s)
-q : Like the -p option except it reads the strings from a specified file
-r : resume a previous session (cannot be used with -s)
-s : specify a particular string to begin the wordlist with
-t : set a specific pattern of @,%^
-z : compress the output wordlist file, accompanied by -o

@ represents lowercase letters
, represents uppercase letters
% represents numbers
^ represents special characters






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