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gitDigger: Creating useful wordlists from public GitHub repositories - Jaime Filson (WiK) Derbycon 2013 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

gitDigger: Creating useful wordlists from public GitHub repositories - Jaime Filson (WiK)
Derbycon 2013

Description: This presentation intends to cover the thought process and logistics behind building a better wordlist using github public repositories as its source. With an estimated 2,000,000 github projects to date, how would one store that amount of data? Would you even want or need to? After downloading approximately 700,000 repositories, storing 8TB on multiple usb drives; this will be a story of one computer, bandwidth, basic python and how a small idea quickly got out of hand.

Bio: “Jaime Filson: Vell, WiK’s just zis guy. He enjoys long walks on the beach while his computer equipment is busy fuzzing software, cracking passwords, or spidering the internet.”

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