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A highly flexiable and scriptable password dictionary generator.

Project description

TTPassGen

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TTPassGen is a highly flexiable and scriptable password dictionary generator base on Python, you can easily use various rules to generate the desired combination of words.

README i18n: 中文说明

Features

  • generate password use combination、permulation、conditional rules and so on.
  • support all characters or words(from wordlist option) that can make up a password, some built-in charset has been provided, such as lowercase letter list and numeric list.
  • you can specify the order and frequency of each element in the word.
  • simple rule format, and easy to use, rule could be defined similar regex's style.
  • time-consuming estimates, output size estimates, and real-time progress reports.
  • unicode word support by using wordlist option.
  • generation of large amounts of passwords at once, no output size limit.
  • support split output by file size.

Install

TTPassGen can be easily installed using pip:

pip install ttpassgen

Requirements

Python 3.5 or later. if you are using windows, you could just use the release version, no need python environment.

Quick Start

Switch to the project's ttpassgen directory if you want use ttpassgen by downloaded source code.

Example: Generate word list and output to out.txt, the word start with numbers, only allow 1、2、3, appear 2 or 3 times, end with xyz.

ttpassgen -r "[123]{2:3}xyz" out.txt

Done.

Options

C:\Users\tp730>ttpassgen --help
Usage: ttpassgen [OPTIONS] OUTPUT
Options:
  -m, --mode INTEGER             generation mode:

                                 0 = combination rule mode
                                 [default: 0]
  -d, --dictlist TEXT            read wordlist from the file, multi files
                                 should by seperated by comma.
  -r, --rule TEXT                define word format, $0 means refer first
                                 file in dictlist option, some built-in char arrays:

                                 ?l = abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
                                 ?u = ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
                                 ?d = 0123456789
                                 ?s = !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~
                                 ?a = ?l?u?d?s
                                 ?q = ]

                                 example: [?dA]{1:2}$0
                                 view *RuleTypes* section for more information.
                                 [default: '']
  -c, --dict_cache INTEGER       each element in 'dictlist' option represents
                                 a dict file path, this option define the
                                 maximum amount of memory(MB) that can be used,
                                 increasing this value when the file is large
                                 may increase the build speed.  [default: 500]
  -g, --global_repeat_mode TEXT  global repeat mode, the value is used when the repeat mode of rule is not specified:

                                 ? = 0 or 1 repetitions
                                 * = 0 or more repetitions
                                 [default: ?]
  -p, --part_size INTEGER        when result data is huge, split package
                                 size(MB) will be applied, 0 is unlimited.
                                 [default: 0]
  -a, --append_mode INTEGER      whether append content to OUTPUT or not.
                                 [default: 0]
  -s, --seperator TEXT           wword seperator for output file, by default, Mac/Linudx: \n, Windows: \r\n".
                                 [default: Mac/Linux: \n, Windows: \r\n]
  --inencoding TEXT              dict file encoding.
  --outencoding TEXT             output file encoding.  [default: utf-8]
  --help                         Show this message and exit.

The output file uses utf-8 encoding by default, it is recommended to use Notepad++ to open this file.

RuleTypes

TTPassGen supports three rule type, which can specified with the --rule option, you can use these rules at the same time.

CharArrayRule

Generate a word based on the defined char array and repeat information. Rule format:

[]{min_repeat:max_repeat:repeat_mode}

CharArray

Use [] to wrap all chars.

Built-in char arrays:

//lowercase letters
?l = abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz

//Uppercase letters
?u = ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

//Number list
?d = 0123456789

//Special character list
?s = !"#$%&'()*+,-./:;<=>?@[\]^_`{|}~

//A collection of the above list
?a = ?l?u?d?s

//']', chars are wrapped with '[]', so if what put ']' into '[]', use '?q' instead of ']'.
?q = ]

For example, [?d] means to select char from number list.

RepeatFormat

{min_repeat:max_repeat:repeat_mode}

For CharArrayRule, repeat times is the length of the word to be generated.

  • min_repeat minimum repeat times
  • max_repeat maximum repeat times
  • repeat_mode char repeat mode

Define rule similar regex's style:

[] 1 repetitions. [123] -> 1 2 3

[]? 0 or 1 repetitions. [123]? -> '' 1 2 3

[]{m:n:r} repeat m to n times. Repeat mode support ? and *.

  • repeatMode is '?', each char appears 0 or 1 times in word.

    [123]{1:2:?} -> 1 2 3 12 13 21 23 31 32

  • repeatMode is '*', each char appears 0 or more times in word.

    [123]{1:2:*} -> 1 2 3 11 12 13 21 22 23 31 32 33

Short rule format:

  • []{m:n}

    same as []{m:m:global_repeat_mode}

  • []{n}

    same as []{n:n:global_repeat_mode}

  • []{n:r}

    same as []{n:n:r}

Example

Generate 8-digit numeric password:

[?d]{8:8:*} or [?d]{8:*} or [1234567890]{8:8:*}

Generate an 8-digit numeric password, and each char in the password can appear at most once. Because the default value of global repeat mode is '?', so you can skip set repeat_mode:

[?d]{8:8:?} or [?d]{8}

Generate a password of 7 to 8 digits in length. The word can be composed of upper and lower case letters, numbers, and _:

[?l?u?d_]{7:8:*}

Use characters 1, 2, and 3 to generate a 4-digit password, and each character can appear at most once in each word:

[123]{4}  //Error! the length of word cannot be greater than the char array size.
[123]{2}[123]{2}  //Correct.

StringArrayRule

Generate a word based on the defined string array and repeat information. Rule format:

  • $(string1,string2){min_repeat:max_repeat:repeat_mode}

    String array, each string is splited by comma, no spaces.

  • string

    Normal string, same as $(string){1:1:?}.

Like CharArrayRule, but StringArrayRule does not support Short rule format.

Example

Generate an 8-digit numeric password, end with abc:

[?d]{8:8:*}abc

Choose a number from (10,20,30), then append it after 'age':

age$(10,20,30){1:1:?}

Choose a number from (10,20,30), then append it after 'age', end with 'x' or 'y':

age$(10,20,30){1:1:?}[xy]

DictRule

Read string from file(txt file). The dictionary file path can be specified by the --dictlist option. For example,$0 means to refer 0th dictionary file.

Rule format:

$index

DictRule not support repeat mode.

Example

content of in.txt:

ab
cd

content of in2.txt:

12
34

When --dictlist option defined as in.dict,in2.dict and seperator is one space, run following command:

ttpassgen --dictlist "in.txt,in2.txt" --rule "$0[_]?$1" -s " " out.txt

Output:

ab12 ab34 ab_12 ab_34 cd12 cd34 cd_12 cd_34

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