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Can I combine words from different dictionaries and use the result for a dictionary attack?

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Yes, you can!

You can connect words from four different dictionaries simultaneously, and use the result as a password for a dictionary attack – for example, for RAR password recovery.


For information on how to do this, watch our YouTube video:


All of our programs have a unified interface, and this kind of dictionary attack can be used for finding Office/OpenOffice/RAR/ZIP/PDF/TrueCrypt/Apple iOS/BlackBerry/WPA/WPA2 passwords.

Just select the desired program. 

 
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