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Tools NJ Ouchn todayOctober 8, 2013
This project aims to be a wordlist mutator with hormones, which means that some mutations will be applied to the result of the ones that have been already done, resulting in something like: corporation -> C0rp0r4t10n_2012 This software is usefull when applied to a few words, like company name and/or domain name targeted or the usernames of the system administrators. You must think that the number of wrds resulting of applying all mutations is exponential : a 1 word input would generate an output of 1200 words; a 4 words input would generate an output of 4800 words. The actual mutations supported are: * Case mutations (toUpper, toLower, FirstCharUpper, SwapCase) * T0 l33t mutation * Add Special Char mutation * Append String of a predefined list * Append Date Some mutations are strange, and some of them have no sense applied together, like *_strings and add_year, but is your decision, for that exists the parameters xDDD The mutations "prepend_string" is commented becouse IMHO have no sense xD and is rare find passwords like this but feel free to uncommented it, and don't forget uncomment it in mutator.h too Syntax: mutator [options] wordlist Options: -v, --version Show version information -h, --help Show this help -o, --output [file] File to write the results -f, --file [file]* File from read the words -w, --word [word]* Word to mutate -b, --basic Only "case" and "l33t" mutations -a, --advanced Only advanced mutations -y, --years=[year] No append,prepend year, if a year is specified appendrange between year specified and actual year, you can specified a range as well [year-year] -x, --specials No append specials chars -s, --strings No append,prepend hardcoded strings One of these options -w or -f is required Use Case: $ ./mutator -w company -o company.dic $ for i in $(cat user.dic);do ./mutator -w $i -o $i.dic; done
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Thanks to @AloneInTheShell (tool’s author) for submission
Written by: NJ Ouchn
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