Wpa dictionary files

By | May 3, 2013

Here are some dictionaries that can be used with Backtrack or Kali Linux. They are plain Wordlist dictionaries used to brute force WPA/WPA2 data captures with aircrack-ng. They will need to be extracted before using.
These are dictionaries that have been floating around for some time now and are here for you to practice with. Once you get good at using a dictionary, it would be a good idea to make your own with hachcat.







Filesonic has shut down along with Megaupload so links are not currently working.

Here is a collection of WPA dictionaries that I have collected over the years. I will upload more dictionaries as I come across good ones. I am using filesonic to store these files.

1. This WPA dictionary contains three files with the explanation of the files below.

wpa.txt: Mixed with words, names, places, numbers & combos of such

Argon-outher.txt: Full argon list

Names.txt: A large list of male names, female names and surnames with and without numbers such as;


2. A WPA dictionary that contains a large dictionary broken up into three parts. This dictionary was made up to 20 characters long.


3. A WPA dictionary 41 MB


4. A large WPA dictionary 377 MB



Disclaimer: All information on this site is for testing and educational purposes only; for use by network security administrators or testing the security of your own wireless connection.


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