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Old 01-06-2005, 02:05 PM   #1
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Default Access Diver (awrr) - chili_burger

I just installed the newest version 4.170 and.........Ill make it short:

During my "standard cracking process" Access Diver used a wordlist I didnt load. A complete strange wordlist!

Whats that all about? Could it be a memory problem or something?
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Wickerman:
Bah, just quit using AD already! Make the switch to Sentry. I'm seeing too many people not giving Sentry enough of a chance. I'm telling you man, I used AD for years. So I know it well. I've been using Sentry for several months and have learned in that time that it is infinately better. Too many users are getting hooked on AD, trying Sentry for only like 5 minutes, and then going back to AD after they run into a problem. Have some patience and work through your hardships with Sentry and over time you'll never want to crack with AD again. What is especially better about Sentry is when it comes to cracking the tricky sites. AD works fine for simple security but when a site throws a monkey-wrench at you Sentry is much better at picking that fucker up and whacking in the head the bastard that tossed it. The biggest problem with AD is that it many ways it forces you to crack in the way the author intended. Sure, the default settings are great for the newb. It is setup right from the get-go to do the easy sites. Sentry isn't. Its default settings can be a pain for someone who doesn't know how to tweak. Both proggies have borrowed shit from each other. Fingerprinting is ripped from AD, Keywords are ripped from Sentry ( For the old-timers who have not used AD in a long time it does have keyword support now. But I think that it works better in Sentry. ). So many inexperienced users who are accustomed to AD and who don't know a keyword from a hole in the ground get hooked on the fingerprinting and don't reallize that Sentry will do the same thing if you just tick it. It is defaulted in AD, not in Sentry. Make a few changes to the settings in Sentry and it will run just like AD but you'll have an awesome keyword recognition system as well. The sad thing is that the ways to get Sentry to run smoothly have been discussed here over, and over, and over. But most don't bother to read the old posts. So in short AD does do a pretty good job at having a default system which makes it easy for users to defeat simple securities, but Sentry has the extra options and depth to succeed at the tougher sites that you would be very hardpressed to crack with AD.

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jimi:
yes,Wickerman is right just go to Sentry already dont mess with accesdiver anymore

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chili_burger:
@Wickerman

I do know what you mean. Although Im able to use Sentry my success rate is still much higher with Access Diver.


By the way, I already solved the problem.

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Snowdog:
I may try sentry because it seems that I have come to a standtill when I am using AD. I have cracked a few sites but I'm done for now it seems either I am not wise enough or I need a better tool. Thanks for the help.
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