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Rather than try to add the extra information here, I've written a short blog post about it.

A number of people asked how they could submit patches so this seems like the best way to do it, lets hope it works out. I've chosen the list of passwords from the php BB leak which I grabbed from the Skull Security site.

One to six characters = 55807 (30.27%) One to eight characters = 143874 (78.03%) More than eight characters = 40507 (21.97%) Only lowercase alpha = 76041 (41.24%) Only uppercase alpha = 1706 (0.93%) Only alpha = 77747 (42.17%) Only numeric = 20728 (11.24%) First capital last symbol = 225 (0.12%) First capital last number = 4749 (2.58%) The external list is a list of words passed in to Pipal on the command line.

I check how many times each of these words is included in each password.

Seeing as there have been so many changes to the underlying code I also decided to change the name (see why) and do a full new release. Running through the Linked In lists would have taken many many hours on version 1, version 2 went through 3.5 million records in about 15 minutes. I didn't realise it when I included them, but the "Hashcat", "Character sets" and "Character set ordering" stats are all based on an original idea by i Phelix in his tool PACK.

Over the past few months I've been rewriting Pipal to make it modular rather than a huge, monolithic lump. If you are interested in generating Hashcat masks then his work is well worth a read.

This patch was submitted by Stefan Venken who said a small mention would be good enough, I want to give him a big mention.

Running through the Linked In lists would have taken many many hours on version 1, version 2 went through 3.5 million records in about 15 minutes. Second change is the addition of US area and zip code lookups.

The first output is the number of entries in the file parsed and the number of unique entries found.