DyMerge: Dictionaries Merger

November 7, 2016 | Views: 3984

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Hello guys,

Most of us have many dictionaries for cracking hashes or passphrases, such as “rockyou” and “cain.”

When we don’t find a password in one dictionary we try another dictionary manually.

I want to escape that extra work.

I am going to tell you about an awesome tool: DyMerge. This is a tool written in python for merging two or more dictionaries into one dynamic dictionary.

  1. First, you need to install it from github. Use this command (in kali terminal): “git clone https://github.com/k4m4/dymerge.git”
  2. Now move into the folder using the command: “cd dymerge”
  3. Then type the command “python dymerge.py -h” (for the help menu).
  4. Now let’s finish, use this command for adding two or more dictionaries into one: “python dymerge.py dic1.txt dic2.txt dic3.txt -o bundle.txt”

I’ve created a video tutorial on it. You can check it out on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNGGGLUUxmk


Like this article? Read another article by me: https://www.cybrary.it/0p3n/wi-fi-hacking-using-wifite-cudahashcat/

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4 Comments
  1. So you are saying it will remove duplicates? If so it’s great, if not it’s no better than Native Linux Cat.

  2. Ah thank you. I was looking for something that could do this for a while 🙂

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