I'm playing around with Kali and am looking to crack my WPA2 default password.
I started generating 10 character passwords with a charset of solely digits and upper alpha lastnight and after 10 mins, I had a 40gb text file and the first character was still "A".
It was generating a lot of redundancy so I thought if I could find some patterns in the auto-generated default ISP password then I could greatly reduce my scope of combinations.
In my research I noticed that all the passwords were 10 characters with a combination of 3-6 digits and 3-6 upper alpha.
So if I implement these rules, I could greatly reduce my scope and only be generating combinations that are relevant.
I've tried John the ripper and maskprocessor but I don't see rules for constructing combinations like this?
Are there other tools that allow these types of rules or perhaps features I'm unaware of in the tools mentioned?