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I created 4 digits wordlist. ı want to make it 8 digits by using excel or something else.
Output will be like:
12341234
20182018

I tried excel and tried to combine columbs but couldn't make it. Any advice?


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i really don't recommend to use excel for wordlist creation.
instead use hashcat the hashcat mask ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d


if you want to create a file with a specified amount of digits use the following (messy) python code:

length = 8
f = open('word.lst', 'w' )
for x in range(int('9' * length)+1):
f.write(('0' * (length - len(str(x)))) + str(x))
f.close()


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danielyc said:

i really don't recommend to use excel for wordlist creation.
instead use hashcat the hashcat mask ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d.

It depends what OP is trying to do. From what I understand he wants to duplicate every possible ?d?d?d?d combination and it can be done by running his current wordlist with d rule. Example:

hashcat64.exe -m 0 hash 4x?d_wordlist.txt -j d

but if you actually want to save it as a wordlist then it can be done this way

hashcat64.exe --stdout 4x?d_wordlist.txt -j d > new_wordlist.txt


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liff said:

danielyc said:

i really don't recommend to use excel for wordlist creation.
instead use hashcat the hashcat mask ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d.

It depends what OP is trying to do. From what I understand he wants to duplicate every possible ?d?d?d?d combination and it can be done by running his current wordlist with d rule. Example:

hashcat64.exe -m 0 hash 4x?d_wordlist.txt -j d

but if you actually want to save it as a wordlist then it can be done this way

hashcat64.exe --stdout 4x?d_wordlist.txt -j d > new_wordlist.txt

i guess in that case that would be an easier solution


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Thanks to both of you guys. Liff it's actually not the format I want (ex. 02150215, 89538953, 60436043 thats what I wanted because my gpu is poor)
Here is how I fixed it.

First I made 4 digits wordlist by using crunch
crunch_win.exe 4 4 1234567890 -o 4.txt

Then I used Exel online from hotmail.com
coppied the wordlist and pasted at Columb A and B
Writed "=A&B" at C1
Selected all C columb to use the function "=A&B"
Now the list I wanted is generated at Columb C
I simply coppied C columb and pasted it into text file.
Done.

I was thinking about using matlab but there is no 0001 at matlab that means just 1

for x==1:9999
if x<10
y=000x

elseif x<100
y=00x

elseif x<1000
y=0x

end
end

That code generates 4digits wordlist either but I cant just multiple it by 10001 to make it 8 digit the format I wanted.
There is always lot of ways.. Thanks for considering and spending time with that guys.


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