A series of Python 2.7.x scripts for generating, merging, and sorting wordlist files.
Similar to crunch, this script generates wordlists with every possible combination of specific characters.
- Generates based on minimum and maximum word length.
- Built-in character sets include lower-case, upper-case, numbers, and two symbol sets.
- Accepts custom character sets.
- Option to split output into multiple files of specified byte size.
- Resumes list generation if interrupted.
Generates all dates within a time range.
- Able to output months as abbreviated (e.g. JAN, FEB, MAR) or long-form (e.g. JANUARY, FEBRUARY, MARCH)
Generates every phone number for a given region in the U.S. The script uses a database of "prefixes" (the 3 digits after the area code) to ignore invalid numbers.
- Looks up region by either city name or area code.
- Has "autopwn" option which looks up location based on IP address and generates phone numbers.
- Customization includes removing area code and setting separators between numbers. Example of formats:
- (555) 555-1234
Sorts given wordlist(s) depending on options.
- Uses hard disk for storage while sorting; can sort large files that
sort | uniqcannot.
- Able to set minimum/maximum word length.
- Ex: a minimum of 8, maxaximum of 63 would be useful for WPA wordlists.
- Drag-and-drop multiple wordlist files to combine, sort, and remove duplicates.
- Automatically removes duplicate entries. Option to disable this feature.
- Split output file into multiple files of specific byte size.
- "Frequency sort" sorts based on how frequently words appear. Option to display table with word counts.
- Convert entire wordlist to lower-case, upper-case, first-letter-capital, or "elite" text styles.
- Option to 'make copies' of each word as lower-case, upper-case, first-letter-capital, and 'elite'.
- Strip text to left/right of a separator. Useful for password dumps.
- Filter words containing a filter.
- Able to strip/keep non-printing characters and leadin/trailing whitespace characters.
- Option to delete input files after they are parsed to save disk space.