Provided by: princeprocessor_0.21-3_amd64
princeprocessor - standalone password candidate generator using the PRINCE algorithm
princeprocessor [options] [<] wordlist
The princeprocessor is a password candidate generator and can be thought of as an advanced combinator attack. Rather than taking as input two different wordlists and then outputting all the possible two word combinations though, princeprocessor only has one input wordlist and builds "chains" of combined words. These chains can have 1 to N words from the input wordlist concatenated together. * Startup: -V, --version Print version -h, --help Print help * Misc: --keyspace Calculate number of combinations * Optimization: --pw-min=NUM Print candidate if length is greater than NUM --pw-max=NUM Print candidate if length is smaller than NUM --elem-cnt-min=NUM Minimum number of elements per chain --elem-cnt-max=NUM Maximum number of elements per chain --wl-dist-len Calculate output length distribution from wordlist --wl-max=NUM Load only NUM words from input wordlist or use 0 to disable -c, --dupe-check-disable Disable dupes check for faster initial load --save-pos-disable Save the position for later resume with -s * Resources: -s, --skip=NUM Skip NUM passwords from start (for distributed) -l, --limit=NUM Limit output to NUM passwords (for distributed) * Files: -o, --output-file=FILE Output-file * Amplifier: --case-permute For each word in the wordlist that begins with a letter generate a word with the opposite case of the first letter
Please report bugs upstream to the princeprocessor issue tracker on GitHub: https://github.com/hashcat/princeprocessor/issues
This tool is developed and maintained by Jens Steube under the MIT License.