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Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 01:21:28 -0700
From: Jesse Crockett <>
Subject: Re: Custom mode for knowing what password starts with

Thank you John ! And what does jumbo mean ?  
And how would you apply brute force ? What would you put in the space that was allotted for the password in other words instead of typing in the password how would you launch a brute force attack and its place ? 

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> On Jun 8, 2016, at 12:47 AM, magnum <> wrote:
>> On 2016-06-07 21:05, askjhsfdnjsgfd . wrote:
>> I've been looking through the readme files, but I couldn't find any
>> explanation or examples for what I need.
>> I would like to run incremental mode, but always starting with the string
>> "xyz" for example.
>> This would bruteforce for "xyza", "xyzb", etc...
>> Hopefully this is clear! Thanks.
> For non-Jumbo or older Jumbo you'd need to write an external mode. Using latest Jumbo (from GitHub) you'd better use "-inc -mask:xyz?w" which is simpler and faster.
> magnum

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