In the penetration testing journey we must learn how to brute force attack. But the success of brute force attack depends on our password list. We need a bigger and specialized password list to be successful in dictionary attack or brute force attack. We can find over 20GB password lists on the internet easily.
Managing a bigger sized password list is always a headache for everyone. Ever tried to edit an <10GB wordlist text file on a mid-range laptop? After trying this anyone will know what is real pain!
But sometimes we need to create a custom wordlist and we also want to use the big sized common password list. Sometimes we also need to delete some passwords from the list or add some passwords to the list. In this situation we have two ways to do it.
First is we may use a famous tool called Dymerge. This tool…
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