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Dawbs

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Tue, 08 Oct 2019 @ 23:41:39

I've been reading many previous posts on the EE brightbox routers where all had a 3 word WPA password.

It now seems EE have upped their game and the new HUB 6 Routers now have 1 of the words all capitals.

Still using the 3-4-5 (in any order) word-word-word keyspace, just one word is all CAPS

Known examples:

index-wait-ICY
ALPHA-hid-past

Can anyone confirm this is correct? Some more examples would be good too.

Has anyone a more updated word list for these 3 4 & 5 lengths? I have the brightbox extended but have already seen missing words.


I'm also interested to know what hashcat command would be best on this mask/keyspace layout.


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Dawbs said:

I've been reading many previous posts on the EE brightbox routers where all had a 3 word WPA password.

It now seems EE have upped their game and the new HUB 6 Routers now have 1 of the words all capitals.

Still using the 3-4-5 (in any order) word-word-word keyspace, just one word is all CAPS

Known examples:

index-wait-ICY
ALPHA-hid-past

Can anyone confirm this is correct? Some more examples would be good too.

Has anyone a more updated word list for these 3 4 & 5 lengths? I have the brightbox extended but have already seen missing words.


I'm also interested to know what hashcat command would be best on this mask/keyspace layout.


I can give you my list if you want.
Is there any example as index-WAIT-icy ?
Or only 1. or 3. word is uppercase?


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Yes your list would be great to have,

Well spotted. I haven't yet seen a 4 letter upper case but I'm assuming there will be.
Need to see more to confirm either way.


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johnsnow said:

Dawbs said:

I've been reading many previous posts on the EE brightbox routers where all had a 3 word WPA password.

It now seems EE have upped their game and the new HUB 6 Routers now have 1 of the words all capitals.

Still using the 3-4-5 (in any order) word-word-word keyspace, just one word is all CAPS

Known examples:

index-wait-ICY
ALPHA-hid-past

Can anyone confirm this is correct? Some more examples would be good too.

Has anyone a more updated word list for these 3 4 & 5 lengths? I have the brightbox extended but have already seen missing words.


I'm also interested to know what hashcat command would be best on this mask/keyspace layout.


I can give you my list if you want.
Is there any example as index-WAIT-icy ?
Or only 1. or 3. word is uppercase?

Any joy with sending your list John?


Please + rep if I helped out.
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