For cracking passwords, you might have two choices

1. Dictionary Attack

2. Brute Force Attack.

The Dictionary attack is much faster then as compared to Brute Force Attack. (There is another method named as “Rainbow table”, it is similar to Dictionary attack).

In order to achieve success in a dictionary attack, we need a large size of Password lists.

Here is the list of 1,717,681 passwords & More (Free to download):

If you didn’t get your required password in that dictionary or file you might wanna follow our custom wordlist tutorial for creating your own wordlist.

10-million-combos.zip 85MB

36.4GB-18_in_1.lst.7z 5GB

WPA-PSK WORDLIST 3 Final (13 GB).rar  4GB

b0n3z-wordlist-sorted_REPACK-69.3GB.7z  9GB

b0n3z_dictionary-SPLIT-BY-LENGTH-34.6GB.7z  3GB

crackstation-human-only.txt.gz 246MB

crackstation.txt.gz 4GB

BG_wordlist_and_digits_1-1_all_combinations.txt 44.9MB

HugeWordList.txt 34.7MB

argon-outher.txt 51.6MB

cewl_dvwa_password.txt 14KB

names.txt 18.6MB

wl_jano_names.txt 20.3MB

wl_jano_names_jargon.txt 143MB

wordlist_top_500PswMangled.txt 9KB

WPA-PSK-WORDLIST-3Final.rar 4.5GB

wordlist_by_Sheez_v3.7z 4.0GB

wordlist_by_Sheez_v1.7z 4.0GB

wordlist_by_Kakoluk.rar 1.2GB

 


You can find 20+ wordlists here: https://www.hacktoday.io/t/password-dictionaries/47