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    Angry Problem with directory /pentest/passwords/wordlists/darkc0de.lst

    I'm trying to crack my friends wpa2 (were doing this together across the street) and I do not know how or where to get the darkc0de.lst.

    I get these errors:

    fopen(dictionary) failed: No such file or directory
    fopen(dictionary) failed: No such file or directory
    Opening MYFILE-01.cap
    Read 148742 packets.

    # BSSID ESSID Encryption

    1 (mac address) (network) WPA (0 handshake)

    Choosing first network as target.

    Opening MYFILE-01.cap
    Please specify a dictionary (option -w).


    Quitting aircrack-ng..

    So I understand I need the directory/dictionary /pentest/passwords/wordlists/darkc0de.lst


    When I try to download some darkc0de.lst files they sometimes come in zip,.gv, and tar. I extract them or unzip in the command line but says some could not be installed.

    I'm pretty new with Linux so any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks, alchbb

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    Quote Originally Posted by alchbb View Post
    I'm trying to crack my friends wpa2 (were doing this together across the street) and I do not know how or where to get the darkc0de.lst.

    I get these errors:

    fopen(dictionary) failed: No such file or directory
    fopen(dictionary) failed: No such file or directory
    Opening MYFILE-01.cap
    Read 148742 packets.

    # BSSID ESSID Encryption

    1 (mac address) (network) WPA (0 handshake)

    Choosing first network as target.

    Opening MYFILE-01.cap
    Please specify a dictionary (option -w).


    Quitting aircrack-ng..

    So I understand I need the directory/dictionary /pentest/passwords/wordlists/darkc0de.lst


    When I try to download some darkc0de.lst files they sometimes come in zip,.gv, and tar. I extract them or unzip in the command line but says some could not be installed.

    I'm pretty new with Linux so any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks, alchbb
    basicaly its the .lst
    use rockyou.txt (in back track 5)or
    use crunch with a cobination of genpmk or cowpatty
    or just use aircrack and crunch
    crunch makes files in .txt format

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    You have a dictionnary file located in /usr/share/wordlists, just extract it and use it.

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    Download this one 15gb zipped to 4gb, I found it very useful! http://tools.securitygeeks.net/2013/...list-with.html

  5. #5
    If it's your friends wifi and you have permission, then you should already know the password. Make your own list with the password in it if you want to test, to see how it works.

  6. #6
    The error message tells you why things are failing. FYI, A /pentest directory does not exist in Kali, like it did in backtrack. Try searching google if you specifically need the darkc0de.lst file or find an older version of BT5 and get it there.

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    thanks your wise words worked for me!

    Quote Originally Posted by root-boy View Post
    You have a dictionnary file located in /usr/share/wordlists, just extract it and use it.
    Many thanks as i had same problemo and you cracked it right away.
    ron

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    Also, you don't have a handshake so it can't even try the attack...

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    John the ripper has also word list but it's limited one

    root@bt:~# \cat /pentest/passwords/john/password.lst | wc -l
    3169

    If the tool using supports rainbow tables then dl some huge collection from here:
    https://www.freerainbowtables.com/en/tables2/

  10. #10
    You can grab darkc0de.lst from our teams site, I made it to specifically avoid having to go to mediafire and sites that have ads and all those annoying pop ups plus have them all in one spot. Some are too big for me to host with the site so I put what I thought might come in useful. If you have trouble unzipping files like zip's or tar's ...etc just run apt-get install file-roller in terminal and you'll have archiver to automatically open the files for you with just a right click of the file. Hope this helps

    Wordlist Downloads: http://www.teamctfu.com/wordlist.html

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