Wordmerge – A utility for merging multiple wordlist files together

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Update - wordmerge is finished and you can download it here.

What is wordmerge?

wordmerge is a simple, straight-forward bash script utility that
can be used to merge multiple wordlist and/ or dictionary files
into a single file. I created wordmerge primarily to facilitate
brute force attacks; however, wordmerge can also be used to merge
the contents of other plain text files. 

wordmerge is open-source so, with that said, I encourage you to
modify it and make suggestions for improvement.

Usage:

Watch my step-by-step video tutorial on Youtube
How To: Merge Multiple Wordlists Into One Wordlist

See the screenshots below for instructions, usage, and examples.
Wordmerge In Action
Wordmerge In Action
Wordmerge Usage & Instructions
Wordmerge Usage & Instructions
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2 thoughts on “Wordmerge – A utility for merging multiple wordlist files together

    1. Yes, just place your dictionary (.lst) and text (.txt) files in the same folder. Then use the wordmerge utility to merge them. You can specify the extension of the output file as .txt or .lst

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