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Open-Source Wordlist

Post by BatchC++Python » Fri May 09, 2014 12:52 am

Think you have a strong password? Use our free online utility to test your password strength against one of the toughest wordlists. If your password isn't detected in our password list, you can opt-in to submit it to contribute to the ever-expanding wordlist, and download it whenever you want.

The submission link is here: http://mdub.zapto.org/Projects/OSW/index.html
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Think you have a strong password? Use our free online utility to test your strength against one of the toughest wordlists.

http://mdub.zapto.org/Projects/OSW/index.html

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Re: Open-Source Wordlist

Post by Cool_Fire » Fri May 09, 2014 8:38 am

I'm pretty sure I'm not that interested in putting my passwords into a random database.
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Re: Open-Source Wordlist

Post by BatchC++Python » Fri May 09, 2014 8:45 am

Cool_Fire wrote:I'm pretty sure I'm not that interested in putting my passwords into a random database.
And that's completely fine. It's just an ever growing word list. We're going to add an option where you can opt-out of adding your password to the list.
Think you have a strong password? Use our free online utility to test your strength against one of the toughest wordlists.

http://mdub.zapto.org/Projects/OSW/index.html

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Re: Open-Source Wordlist

Post by Cool_Fire » Fri May 09, 2014 9:02 am

It's an interesting enough way to gather passwords. When the list gets a little bigger I may see if there's a significant crossesction that I can add to my hash database.
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Re: Open-Source Wordlist

Post by BatchC++Python » Fri May 09, 2014 10:48 pm

You now can specify if your password is contributed to the wordlist or not, hope this takes care of privacy issues.
Think you have a strong password? Use our free online utility to test your strength against one of the toughest wordlists.

http://mdub.zapto.org/Projects/OSW/index.html

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Re: Open-Source Wordlist

Post by Cool_Fire » Sun May 11, 2014 4:43 am

Well, if you trust the option is legitimate it's ok. But it's still never a very good idea to send plain text passwords you're using over unencrypted channels.
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