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Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2020 17:17:58 +0200
From: Albert Veli <>
Subject: Re: any experience with hasheshorg2019 wordlist?

Hello, I have not used that list. But the site had
many leaks of live hashes and I suspect the wordlist you mention is a
collection of cracked hashes from the live ones. As you can see on the
site it had a failure (hard drive?) and is currently down.

Typically if you want statistics it is better to use rockyou since it
has a big collection of all real passwords, while the only
has cracked ones and is missing maybe 10% of the hardest passwords.
That way the statistics gets skewed and only reflect the weakest 90%
of the passwords.

On Tue, Aug 18, 2020 at 2:18 PM Johny Krekan <> wrote:
> Hello, after some time I went to and I have found
> hashesorg2019, which seems quite new and big. Do you have any experience
> with this wordlist (success in finding passwords). Do you think that it
> could contain many new passwords or is it recompilation of old ones?
> Thanx for info
> Johny Krekanweakpass

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