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Sun, 10 Jan 2016 @ 03:31:55


Just check this out.


https://github.com/wpatoolkit/10-Hex-Generator


its all you would want as a 10 hex generator with rules


10 Hex Keyspace ReducerWhat's new
Version 1.5 now includes a 10 hex key analyzer (10hex.html) than can perform in-depth statistical analysis of known valids, faster piping speed and more keyspace reducing rules.

What is it?
This is a small program written in C++ that will output all possible combinations of 10 hex digits while skipping over certain combinations it believes to be invalid.

Only combinations which meet these criteria will be printed:
• must contain 6-9 unique characters (can be expanded to 5-9 with the -5minuniques option)
• must contain 4-8 numbers
• must contain 2-6 letters
• no 3 consecutive chars are sequential or reverse sequential (<10% occurrence rate)
• no 3 consecutive chars are identical (<3% occurrence rate)
• each character cannot appear more than 3 times (<5% occurrence rate)
• the total difference between all chars cannot be less than 19 or greater than 79

Character 2 Traits
• c2 is not equal to c1 (eliminates 68,719,476,736 combinations) (<1% occurrence rate)
• c2 is not -15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c2 is not -14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)

Character 3 Traits
• c2 and c3 and c10 are not identical
• c3 is not -15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c3 is not -13 to c2 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations)
• c3 is not +15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c3 is not -15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c3 is not -14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c3 is not -13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations)
• c3 is not +13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations)

Character 4 Traits
• when c1 equals c3, c4 is not equal to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• when c1 equals c3, c4 is not +1 to c2 (eliminates 4,026,531,840 combinations)
• when c1 equals c3, c4 is not equal to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c4 is not -15 to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c4 is not -14 to c3 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c4 is not +14 to c3 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c4 is not +15 to c3 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c4 is not +13 to c2 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations)
• c4 is not +14 to c2 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c4 is not +15 to c2 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c4 is not -15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)
• c4 is not -14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c4 is not -13 to c1 (eliminates 12,884,901,888 combinations)
• c4 is not +14 to c1 (eliminates 8,589,934,592 combinations)
• c4 is not +15 to c1 (eliminates 4,294,967,296 combinations)

Character 5 Traits
• c5 is not +15 to c4
• c5 is not -15 to c3
• c5 is not +14 to c3
• c5 is not +15 to c3
• c5 is not -15 to c2
• c5 is not +13 to c2
• c5 is not +14 to c2
• c5 is not +15 to c2
• c5 is not -13 to c1
• c5 is not +13 to c1
• c5 is not +14 to c1

Character 6 Traits
• when c3 equals c5, c4 does not equal c6
• c6 is not -15 to c5
• c6 is not -14 to c5
• c6 is not -13 to c5
• c6 is not +14 to c5
• c6 is not +15 to c5
• c6 is not -15 to c4
• c6 is not -14 to c4
• c6 is not -13 to c4
• c6 is not +14 to c4
• c6 is not -15 to c3
• c6 is not -14 to c3
• c6 is not -13 to c3
• c6 is not +15 to c3
• c6 is not -14 to c2
• c6 is not +13 to c2
• c6 is not +14 to c2
• c6 is not -15 to c1
• c6 is not -14 to c1

Without keyspace reducing rules there are 1,099,511,627,776 (16^10) combinations in the keyspace (~13,194 GB in wordlist form).

Applying these rules brings it down to 564,561,702,612 combinations or 51.3% of the original keyspace (~6,775 GB in wordlist form).

Using the -risky parameter will bring it down even further to 367,647,332,933 or 33.4% of the keyspace (~4,412 GB in wordlist form) but with a slightly decreased chance of success.
To compile on Windows (requires the Windows 7 SDK):
cl /EHsc 10hex.cpp
To compile on Linux:
g++ 10hex.cpp -o10hex
Example usage:10hex | oclHashcat64 -m 2500 CAP.hccap
pipes its output into oclHashcat (AMD)
10hex | cudaHashcat64 -m 2500 CAP.hccap
pipes its output into cudaHashcat (NVIDIA)
10hex | aircrack-ng -w - CAP.cap -e SSID
pipes its output into aircrack-ng
./10hex | pyrit -r CAP.cap -i- attack_passthrough
pipes its output into pyrit
ParametersYou can optionally specify any of these parameters to further refine your output.
-risky
Offers significant time savings but with a higher risk of failure by using tighter differentials (the total distance between characters).

-evenonly
Will only output even numbers.

-oddonly
Will only output odd numbers.

-random
Will randomize its output while still maintaining rules.

-lower
Forces all output to be lowercase (this is the default).

-upper
Forces all output to be uppercase.

-len8
Only outputs 8-length hex digits.

-len9
Only outputs 9-length hex digits.

-no0
Ignores all combinations which have a 0 in them.

-no1
Ignores all combinations which have a 1 in them.

-no01
Ignores all combinations which have a 0 or a 1 in them.

-Xuniques
Only outputs combinations which have X unique characters in them (typically 6, 7, 8 or 9).

-Xminuniques
Only outputs combinations which have a minimum of X unique characters in them.

-startswithX
Only outputs combinations which start with X (can be 0-F).

-start X
Start on combination X (i.e. -start 100 will start on combo 100).

-stop X
Stop on combination X (i.e. -stop 200 will stop on combo 200).



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hi SisterOfMercy

I had thought to do during the winter holidays, but for lack of time could not be. but I promise that I will do


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Mon, 01 Feb 2016 @ 10:58:11

Hi frenchy1!
I'm noob...
I read you use 10hex in this way:

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10hex | aircrack-ng -w - CAP.cap -e SSID


But I didn't understand for what...
CAP.cap is capture file created by airdump?
What's the result?
The pin or the password of wpa?
Thanks,



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Mon, 08 Feb 2016 @ 18:57:35

How can I use 10hex on Windows? 10hex.exe | hashcat-cli64. exe -m 2500 cap don't work.
Usage :hashcat options....
Try help...


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Fri, 03 Mar 2017 @ 20:51:22

how can i use 10hex program to reduce time to bruteforce a technicolor 10 hex uppercase?


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Fri, 03 Mar 2017 @ 21:09:02

ciccio2 said:

how can i use 10hex program to reduce time to bruteforce a technicolor 10 hex uppercase?

pipe it to hashcat 10hex | hashcat -2500 -w3 xxxxxxxxxxx.hccapx

if in doubt drag the 10 hex exe into cmd to run. the same with hashcat



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frenchy1 said:

ciccio2 said:

how can i use 10hex program to reduce time to bruteforce a technicolor 10 hex uppercase?

pipe it to hashcat 10hex | hashcat -2500 -w3 xxxxxxxxxxx.hccapx

if in doubt drag the 10 hex exe into cmd to run. the same with hashcat


thanks for the command but i can't estimate time remaining.. with the pipe is not possible to calculate it?



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ciccio2 said:


thanks for the command but i can't estimate time remaining.. with the pipe is not possible to calculate it?

if your hash rate remain 67KH/s in WPA, still going to take you up to 190 days for 16^10

nothing magic with 10hex command

numbers work out the same any way you try



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kratos said:

ciccio2 said:


thanks for the command but i can't estimate time remaining.. with the pipe is not possible to calculate it?

if your hash rate remain 67KH/s in WPA, still going to take you up to 190 days for 16^10

nothing magic with 10hex command

numbers work out the same any way you try

should i put the heart in peace?


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ciccio2 said:


should i put the heart in peace?

if that mean "should i kill it?"
answer is yes

someone with 1MH/s WPA could cover the 10 hex in about 12 days

not likely to happen unless you want to pay them to do it



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Mon, 06 Mar 2017 @ 17:38:17

kratos said:

ciccio2 said:


should i put the heart in peace?

if that mean "should i kill it?"
answer is yes

someone with 1MH/s WPA could cover the 10 hex in about 12 days

not likely to happen unless you want to pay them to do it

ye , understood , i have not so much good hardware

thanks man


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Mon, 06 Mar 2017 @ 20:06:25

you could always ask people to start running numbers for you ie A then 9 hex, B then nine hex and so on. this splits up the keyspace and time.



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frenchy1 said:

you could always ask people to start running numbers for you ie A then 9 hex, B then nine hex and so on. this splits up the keyspace and time.

i need 6 friends

could you help me?


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Tue, 08 Jan 2019 @ 19:50:25

hi can someone explain how use the wg.pl script , with a gzip as output file

because it takes a lot of space . ty



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