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- Common Password List Txt
- Gmail Password Recovery
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- 2Leaked passwords
- 3Miscellaneous non-hacking dictionaries
These are dictionaries that come with tools/worms/etc, designed for cracking passwords. As far as I know, I'm not breaking any licensing agreements by mirroring them with credit; if you don't want me to host one of these files, let me know and I'll remove it.
|John the Ripper||john.txt.bz2 (10,934 bytes)||n/a||Simple, extremely good, designed to be modified|
|Cain & Abel||cain.txt.bz2 (1,069,968 bytes)||n/a||Fairly comprehensive, not ordered|
|Conficker worm||conficker.txt.bz2 (1411 bytes)||n/a||Used by conficker worm to spread -- low quality|
|500 worst passwords||500-worst-passwords.txt.bz2 (1868 bytes)||n/a|
|370 Banned Twitter passwords||twitter-banned.txt.bz2 (1509 bytes)||n/a|
Passwords that were leaked or stolen from sites. I'm hosting them because it seems like nobody else does (hopefully it isn't because hosting them is illegal :)). Naturally, I'm not the one who stole these; I simply found them online, removed any names/email addresses/etc (I don't see any reason to supply usernames -- if you do have a good reason, email me (ron-at-skullsecurity.net) and I'll see if I have them.
The best use of these is to generate or test password lists.
Note: The dates are approximate.
|Rockyou||rockyou.txt.bz2 (60,498,886 bytes)||n/a||2009-12||Best list available; huge, stolen unencrypted|
|Rockyou with count||rockyou-withcount.txt.bz2 (59,500,255 bytes)||n/a|
|phpbb||phpbb.txt.bz2 (868,606 bytes)||n/a||2009-01||Ordered by commonness|
Cracked from md5 by Brandon Enright
|phpbb with count||phpbb-withcount.txt.bz2 (872,867 bytes)||n/a|
|phpbb with md5||phpbb-withmd5.txt.bz2 (4,117,887 bytes)||n/a|
|MySpace||myspace.txt.bz2 (175,970 bytes)||n/a||2006-10||Captured via phishing|
|MySpace - with count||myspace-withcount.txt.bz2 (179,929 bytes)||n/a|
|Hotmail||hotmail.txt.bz2 (47,195 bytes)||n/a||Unknown||Isn't clearly understood how these were stolen|
|Hotmail with count||hotmail-withcount.txt.bz2 (47,975 bytes)||n/a|
|Faithwriters||faithwriters.txt.bz2 (39,327 bytes)||n/a||2009-03||Religious passwords|
|Faithwriters - with count||faithwriters-withcount.txt.bz2 (40,233 bytes)||n/a|
|Elitehacker||elitehacker.txt.bz2 (3,690 bytes)||n/a||2009-07||Part of zf05.txt|
|Elitehacker - with count||elitehacker-withcount.txt.bz2 (3,846 bytes)||n/a|
|Hak5||hak5.txt.bz2 (16,490 bytes)||n/a||2009-07||Part of zf05.txt|
|Hak5 - with count||hak5-withcount.txt.bz2 (16,947 bytes)||n/a|
|Älypää||alypaa.txt.bz2 (5,178 bytes)||n/a||2010-03||Finnish passwords|
|alypaa - with count||alypaa-withcount.txt.bz2 (6,013 bytes)||n/a|
|Facebook (Pastebay)||facebook-pastebay.txt.bz2 (375 bytes)||n/a||2010-04||Found on Pastebay;|
appear to be malware-stolen.
|Facebook (Pastebay) - w/ count||facebook-pastebay-withcount.txt.bz2 (407 bytes)||n/a|
|Unknown porn site||porn-unknown.txt.bz2 (30,600 bytes)||n/a||2010-08||Found on angelfire.com. No clue where they originated, but clearly porn site.|
|Unknown porn site - w/ count||porn-unknown-withcount.txt.bz2 (31,899 bytes)||n/a|
|Ultimate Strip Club List||tuscl.txt.bz2 (176,291 bytes)||n/a||2010-09||Thanks to Mark Baggett for finding!|
|Ultimate Strip Club List - w/ count||tuscl-withcount.txt.bz2 (182,441 bytes)||n/a|
|[Facebook Phished]||facebook-phished.txt.bz2 (14,457 bytes)||n/a||2010-09||Thanks to Andrew Orr for reporting|
|Facebook Phished - w/ count||facebook-phished-withcount.txt.bz2 (14,941 bytes)||n/a|
|Carders.cc||carders.cc.txt.bz2 (8,936 bytes)||n/a||2010-05|
|Carders.cc - w/ count||carders.cc-withcount.txt.bz2 (9,774 bytes)||n/a|
|Singles.org||singles.org.txt.bz2 (50,697 bytes)||n/a||2010-10|
|Singles.org - w/ count||singles.org-withcount.txt.bz2 (52,884 bytes)||n/a|
|Unnamed financial site||(reserved)||(reserved)||2010-12|
|Unnamed financial site - w/ count||(reserved)||(reserved)|
|Gawker - w/ count||(reserved)||(reserved)|
|Carders.cc (second time hacked)||(reserved)||(reserved)||2010-12|
|Carders.cc w/count (second time hacked)||(reserved)||(reserved)|
I did some tests of my various dictionaries against the different sets of leaked passwords. I grouped them by the password set they were trying to crack:
Miscellaneous non-hacking dictionaries
These are dictionaries of words (etc), not passwords. They may be useful for one reason or another.
|English||english.txt.bz2 (1,368,101 bytes)||n/a||My combination of a couple lists, from Andrew Orr, Brandon Enright, and Seth|
|German||german.txt.bz2 (2,371,487 bytes)||n/a||Compiled by Brandon Enright|
|American cities||us_cities.txt.bz2 (77,081 bytes)||n/a||Generated by RSnake|
|'Porno'||porno.txt.bz2 (7,158,285 bytes)||n/a||World's largest porno password collection!|
Created by Matt Weir
|Honeynet||honeynet.txt.bz2 (889,525 bytes)||n/a||From a honeynet run by Joshua Gimer|
|Honeynet - w/ count||honeynet-withcount.txt.bz2 (901,868 bytes)||n/a|
|File locations||file-locations.txt.bz2 (1,724 bytes)||n/a||Potential logfile locations (for LFI, etc).|
Thanks to Seth!
|Fuzzing strings (Python)||fuzzing-strings.txt.bz2 (276 bytes)||n/a||Thanks to Seth!|
|PHPMyAdmin locations||phpmyadmin-locations.txt.bz2 (304 bytes)||n/a||Potential PHPMyAdmin locations.|
Thanks to Seth!
|Web extensions||web-extensions.txt.bz2 (117 bytes)||n/a||Common extensions for Web files.|
Thanks to dirb!
|Web mutations||web-mutations.txt.bz2 (177 bytes)||n/a||Common 'mutations' for Web files.|
Thanks to dirb!
DirBuster has some awesome lists, too -- usernames and filenames.
These are the lists I generated from this data. Some are more useful than others as password lists. All lists are sorted by commonness.
If you want a bunch of these, I highly recommend using the torrent. It's faster, and you'll get them all at once.
|Full names||facebook-names-unique.txt.bz2 (479,332,623 bytes)||n/a||2010-08|
|Full names - w/ count||facebook-names-withcount.txt.bz2 (477,274,173 bytes)||n/a|
|First names||facebook-firstnames.txt.bz2 (16,464,124 bytes)||n/a||2010-08|
|First names - w/ count||facebook-firstnames-withcount.txt.bz2 (73,134,218 bytes)||n/a|
|Last names||facebook-lastnames.txt.bz2 (21,176,444 bytes)||n/a||2010-08|
|Last names - w/ count||facebook-lastnames-withcount.txt.bz2 (21,166,232 bytes)||n/a|
|First initial last names||facebook-f.last.txt.bz2 (67,110,776 bytes)||n/a||2010-08|
|First initial last names - w/ count||facebook-f.last-withcount.txt.bz2 (66,348,431 bytes)||n/a|
|First name last initial||facebook-first.l.txt.bz2 (37,463,798 bytes)||n/a||2010-08|
|First name last initial||facebook-first.l-withcount.txt.bz2 (36,932,295 bytes)||n/a|
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Brute forcing is an essential part of hacking – it is the last resort, it offers hope and sometimes, it just works! Have you ever wanted to code a small script that would bruteforce email servers for you?
Common Password List Txt
It is imperative to remember that our brute forcing efforts are only as great as our password list, and as such, the list must be chosen with care. That said, first and foremost, we need to import the two modules we will need from Python. Next, we need to gather both the path to the password list and the Gmail address we wish to break using command line arguments as follows:
The sys.argv line will collect both the Gmail address and password list from command line. For instance:
In this instance:
Now, let's initiate a connection with the server. Obviously, you can replace the address of the server with that of yahoo's or even Hotmail's as you please. For instance, to bruteforce yahoo, the smtp server must be set to “smtp.mail.yahoo.com” and the port to 587. This is done as follows:
Next, we need a function that will attempt logins. We can do this using a try-except block. That is to say, we will tell the function to try a command, and if it throws an exception, catch it with the except block. We do that as follows:
Lastly, we loop the try-except block to cover ever word in the word list as follows:
Though there are thousands of scripts out there to brute force smtp servers, coding one in Python is a two minute job. Do remember that when you brute force an smtp server, you must use a VPN to avoid being blacklisted.
The whole code would look like this:
[Editor's Note/Disclaimer: Information in the above article was for education and ethical hacking practices]
Gmail Password Recovery