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HVAZARD Dictionary Modifier

Remove short passwords & duplicates, change lowercase to uppercase & reverse, combine wordlists and more!

Disclaimer

This is free software and comes with no warranty! Licensed under the MCD Penetration Testing Software License. Do not use for illegal purposes.

Manual & explaination

-d --dict Specifies the file you want to modify. This is the only parameter / argument that is not optional.

-o --out The output filename (optional). Default is out.txt.

-s --short This operation removes the lines with length shorter/equal to the specified number. Example: python dm.py -d dictionary.txt -s 5 <- This removes all lines with 5 or less characters of the file dictionary.txt

-s --short This operation removes the lines with length greater/equal to the specified number. Example: python dm.py -d dictionary.txt -b 7 <- This removes all lines with 7 or more characters of the file dictionary.txt

-d --dupli This operation removes duplicate lines. If a line appears more than once, it gets removed. This is done so no password is tried more than once, since it is a waste of time. Example: python dm.py -d wordlist -d

-l --lower This operation turns all upper-case letters to lower-case. Lower-case letters remain that way. Example: python dm.py --lower -d dictionary

-u --upper This operation turns all lower-case letters to upper-case. upper-case letters remain that way. Example: python dm.py -u -d file.txt

-j --join This operation joins two files together to great one larger file. Example: python dm.py -d wd1.txt -j wd2.txt <- The result is saved on the second wordlist (wd2.txt)

-c --cut This operation removes all lines before the line number you specify. Useful if you have already used a large part of the wordlist and do not want to go through the same process. Example: python dm.py --cut rockyou.txt -o cutrocku.txt

-q --leet This operation enables leet mode. (a=4,e=3,i=1,o=0). With mode 0, you add the new modified lines and with option 1 you replace them

-g --gen This operation generates a wordlist with a characters of the string to use as a value to it. The passwords have a minimum length of --min and a maximum length with --max.

python dm.py --gen abcd123 --min 2 --max 3 <- This creates a wordlist with the combinations of abcd123 with min and max lengths 2 and 3.

-e --exp This option shows this message.

-a --arg This option shows the arguments & options.

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