11/19/2014

a wordlist of 240 million possible passwords in the world for 13 dollars

You can use this to crack passwords that don't have a timeout (like icloud before the fanning) or to find passwords that look like those that were used once or have the same logic (to limit the number of tries) 

the beauty of it is that it is based on the biggest leaks since 2011 (this makes about 1 billion accounts, so this means that out of these an unique list of 241 million is constructued leaving out 3 out of 4 because they are double or because they are so unique that they don't matter much) 

ps I didn't test it and I don't earn a cent with this but you should know that this is now available out there 

or to crack a folder or a laptop that is offsite 

UNIQPASS Specifications

Version 14 released on September 30, 2013 with 241,584,732 entries
1. For use with JtR wordlist mode with --rules set
2. All passwords are unique and listed in sorted order according to their native byte values using UNIX sort command
3. 192,916 of the passwords (UNIQPASS v1) came from English dictionary
4. The remaining passwords were collected from leaked databases from various websites (including major sites e.g. Sony Pictures, Gawker)
5. Max. password length is 30 characters long
6. Password may consist of a-z, 0-9, spaces and special characters ` ~ ! @ # $ % ^ & * ( ) _ - + = { [ } ] | : ; " ' < , > . ? /
7. UNIX end-of-line character is used as the newline character
8. Trailing spaces, trailing tabs and NULL bytes have been removed from all passwords
9. List compressed size is 428.0 MB, i.e. the downloadable size
10. The total entries, 241,584,732, is based on UNIX wc -l output


http://www.dazzlepod.com/uniqpass/

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