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NTLM wordlist

twentyeleven, 15:22:12 17.05.2013 Rating: 0 #1

NTLM wordlist  

Hey guys,

I'm a registered user and have a question regarding your wordlist tools. I need to create a NTLM specific wordlist out of a regular one. How can I do it?
 
Passcape_Admin, 16:16:23 17.05.2013 Rating: 0 #2

RE: NTLM wordlist  

No need to bother with it. The program should convert all incoming word automatically when running a LM-based attack. Just set up the wordlist you need, all words will be divided into 7-character chunks, upper-cased, etc.
 
twentyeleven, 16:18:57 17.05.2013 Rating: 0 #3

RE: NTLM wordlist  

I just wanna use the wordlist in another program.
 
Passcape_Admin, 16:48:17 17.05.2013 Rating: 0 #4

RE: NTLM wordlist  

Hmm. It's a little bit tricky, since there's no rule for getting all 7-character passwords out of an incoming word. So you will have to do it in several steps, like this:
- Open Utils - Word-list tools - Additional operations and show the path to your input (regular) wordlist.
- Select 'Set custom filter...' option and type in the following rule: x07u
- Click 'Next' button. So you will extract all words with legths 1 - 7, starting with character 1.
- Now type in the next x77u  and create a second wordlist. This will extract 1-7 character words starting with character 8.
- Repeat again for xE7u , xL7u, xS7u, etc. rules.
- Now you should get several NTLM-specific dictionaries. Just use Utils - Wordlist tools - Merge wordlist menu to remove duplicates, sort and combine them into one output wordlist.
 
twentyeleven, 17:00:29 17.05.2013 Rating: 0 #5

RE: NTLM wordlist  

Wow. Thanks a lot for the detailed answer.
 
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