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I am trying to make this one thing. What it does is it goes through every word in the dictionary trying to "recover" a lost password. I already have all the words, but I don't have them in Send() form. Is it possible to have AutoIt just take all these words, from a text document, and try sending them without the individual send command for each word?

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Or, is there a send command that could do something like this:

Send('')

Word1

Word2

Word3

Word4

etc..

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There are applications specifically designed to do a brute-force dictionary attack on things. Why re-invent the wheel?

By the way, saying you want this to "recover" a password isn't fooling anybody.

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i think thats why he put it in "s :ph34r:


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i think thats why he put it in "s :ph34r:

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No shit.

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=)

The thing is, to be honest, I already have the brute force password entries. All I need to do is just make them all into Send() =( and thats a LOT of words

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

Well there is something like that for bruteforcing diablo ii games, i bet you could just edit it to your liking.

Edited by Larry

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Nice way to give autoit a bad name ..

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Find a text editor that supports regular expressions. One such editor is SciTe which you will find in posts made by JdeB (among others).

You could then do a regular expression search-and-replace:

Find: ^

Replace with: Send("

Find: $

Replace with: ")

BEFORE

one

two

three

AFTER

Send("one")

Send("two")

Three("three")

OR You could use the FileRead function in AutoIt......


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Thanks. And I'm not trying to give autoit a bad name. Im only going to use it to try to "recover" the password to a yahoo account. Not for a video game or anything. And only for private use. Just for the hell of it.

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#11 ·  Posted (edited)

It may help.

$passfile = 'c:\full path here'

$c = 0
$success = 0
While 1
   $c = $c + 1
   $t = FileReadLine($passfile,$c)
   If @error Then ExitLoop
  ; WinActivate, and go in the right place.
  ; or use ControlSend
   Send($t,1)
   Send('{enter}');Or the right confirm key
  ;test if worked or not.
  ;lets assume that if it worked you gave the value 1 to $success
   If $success = 1 Then
      ExitLoop
   Else
     ; Take care of the error message and go back.
   EndIf
WEnd
If $Success = 1 Then
   MsgBox(0,'','Success')
Else
   MsgBox(0,'','Faliure')
EndIf
Edited by ezzetabi

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Were can I find a list of every word in the english dictionary in .txt format?

I looked but could not find, I seeked but found nothing, I pondered, but the answer did not come, I soed, but did not reep... (OH SHUT UP ALREADY!!!)

What makes you think I'm drunk?

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Actually, I didn't make the list. www.elitegrounds.net has a "mIRC" account hacker. (Don't ask me) I just downloaded it to see the list of pass's it trys.

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there are way better ways to brute force something than autoit

its manually trying each and every code as if u did it, so its not doing it at super human + 5 chimpanzees spead... lets say theres up to 12 max digits using a-z 0-9 and _, thats 35 characters, 12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*12*1

2*12 is how many different strings to test to test EVERY code... which is a total of greater than 197000000000000000000000000000000000 different strings, and thats ONLY if your guessing for a 12 char long string, not 11 10 or 9 or any otheres... sorry if my math is fried but i just thought id chime that in... if you really wanted to guess quickly you would need like 100,000 diablo games running all guessing at the same time, (if u read digital fortress ^^ 3 million parallel processors O_o) anyhoo its only worth doing if u know its one in 100 or a small number like that, let it run all night and be happy with your cracked account :ph34r:


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Actually, I didn't make the list. www.elitegrounds.net has a "mIRC" account hacker. (Don't ask me) I just downloaded it to see the list of pass's it trys.

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hmmm. And what about the "recover" thing.

I ACCUSITH THEE OF BEING A WITCH!!! or a hacker. HANG HIM/HER HANG HIM/HER!!!!!!!!

lol. Jk.

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Thanks, but I've given up on the idea already.

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No shit.

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Only one person has accused me of being nice and its not you

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