Torrent file => 600 Million Passwords – Pre-computed Hash Table
This is a list of 600 Million unique plain-text passwords collected from about 100 of the largest database dumps from about a decade ending in the summer of 2018. I then generated NTLM, sha1, sha256, MySQL, and MD5 hashes from these passwords, which are contained in the files included in the download. It is estimated that the total number of passwords was originally in excess of 2 Billion.
At the beginning of 2018, I began collecting data dumps from the largest data breaches that I could find. It should be noted that I was not involved in any of the actual breaches themselves. I just collected the data from dumps such as this one:
I then began collecting them from other places such as https://hashes.org/, downloading dumps in excess of 1 Million available plain-text passwords. After downloading them all and importing them into a database, I selected all of the unique passwords into one single table. I then spent the next few weeks generating the hashes that are found in the download.
Why make this? Well, there are places that you can look up to see if your email address has been involved in a breach. You can also look up to see if any of your passwords have. You run the risk of those sites caching the password that you have submitted. By releasing the information this way, you can search it yourself without having to go through a third party, ensuring that your query is completely private.
I’m currently working on the next version of this, which will include about 850 Million unique passwords from over 3 Billion original records.
Why do this? Maybe this can help:
Some of the data dumps are from the following breaches:
have i been pwnd v1
have I been pwnd v2
have I been pwnd v3
have I been pwnd v4
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