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Find the password with dictionary attack

Giorgos Mourtasagas
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Joined: Nov 04, 2009
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I have 2 files , one zip file and one more txt file.I want to find out the password of the zip file with the help of txt file.In txt file I have some words and one of them is the right password.The problem is here , when I put the right word at first the programm works but when i put it everywhere else it doesn't work. I suspect that the problem is here:

Here I saw you my programm.
So if anyone knows something , help!!!
The password is "12345678" and is in txt file.


 
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