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Wlst

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Description

Wlst is a word list maker used to make word lists for dicionary
password attackers.

*Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5+ or any OS with g++ installed*

Created by Chris Breinholt 2010.

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Features

  • Creates lists of generated passwords for dictionary password attackers.
  • Uses any characters on the keyboard.
  • Creates words up to a length of 8.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Information Technology, Education, Developers, Other Audience

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

Python, C++

Registered

2010-11-05

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