Typing Errors Generation
- It is common practice to type new password twice for verification, but there is still a possibility to mistype it twice.
- MPdel (delete one char), MPdbl (double one char) and MPswp (swap chars) modifications are designed to cover common typing errors.
- MPdtl (delete last chars) and MPdtf (delete first chars) modifications can be used to cut substrings (to try partially copied passwords, shorten names and family names, ...).
- These Multi-Position Modifications are available as a part of Mixed attack setup.
"qwerty" + MPdel = qwerty, werty, qerty, qwrty, qwety, qwery, qwert;
"secret" + MPdbl = secret, ssecret, seecret, seccret, secrret, secreet, secrett;
"password" + MPswp = password, apssword, psasword, paswsord, passowrd, passwrod, passwodr;
"password" + MPdel + MPdbl + MPswp (shown on the screenshot) generates more than 400 combinations to verify.
"password" + MPdtl = password, p, pa, pas, pass, passw, passwo, passwor;
"password" + MPdtf = password, assword, ssword, sword, word, ord, rd, d;
"password" + MPdtl + MPdtf = password, assword, ssword, sword, word, ord, rd, d, p, pa, a, pas, as, s, pass, ass, ss, s, passw, assw, ssw, sw, w, passwo, asswo, sswo, swo, wo, o, passwor, asswor, sswor, swor, wor, or, r;
The modifications are applied within selected range of positions (full range [0-MAX] is set by default). Position 1 point to the first char. Modification is inapplicable at position 0, thus unmodified variant is passed for verification. They are applicable to any combination of prior parts in any order to extend a normal search range with possible mistypes.