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<h1 align=center>Openwall wordlists collection</h1>
The homepage URL for this wordlists collection is:
This wordlists collection is a result of processing many hundreds of
public domain wordlist files from multiple sources and in a variety of
Most files were rejected for being duplicates or for poor quality,
but a few hundred remained and went into the combined wordlists you
will find here.
The wordlists are intended primarily for use with password crackers
<a href="http://www.openwall.com/john/">John the Ripper</a>
<a href="http://www.openwall.com/passwords/">password recovery</a>
Included in this collection are wordlists for 20+ human languages
and lists of common passwords.
The included languages are:
There's also a list of the common passwords and
unique words for all the languages combined in one file
(over 40 MB for almost 4 million entries).
Included only in the full version and not available in the freely downloadable
version of the collection is a huge list of all the common passwords and words
from all the languages with word mangling rules applied (to form other likely
passwords, such as by adding capitalization or digits to words) and any
This wordlist is provided as a single text file.
Its size is almost 500 MB and it has over 40 million entries.
For all wordlists, the entries are sorted either alphabetically or
for more common to less common passwords/words/languages with alphabetical
order within each section (for about equally common passwords or words, or
for individual languages).
There are no duplicates.
Three good reasons to
<a href="http://www.openwall.com/wordlists/">purchase the wordlists</a>:
<li><b>You get more content</b>: the huge mangled wordlist is only available in
the full version
<li><b>You save time</b> on learning how to generate a mangled wordlist with no
duplicates on your own, yet preserving an optimal order of entries (more likely
<li><b>You can sleep well</b>
knowing that you've done your part to support the work on this collection