Notes :

HTTP response status codes – Responses are grouped in five classes:

Informational responses (100–199)
Successful responses (200–299)
Redirects (300–399)
Client errors (400–499)
Server errors (500–599)

Variables – 3 Kinds:

  • Single – 1 Variable String
  • List – Lists a sequence of variable strings
  • Dictionary – List of string value pairs



The Parse block permits you to parse information from a page with many one-of-a-kind parsing methods (LR / CSS / JSON / REGEX) and store it right into a Single or List variable.

  • LR (Left and Right strings) allows to parse text among two strings [ Used for <COOKIES> ]
  • CSS (CSS Selector) lets in to get an element’s attribute from an HTML page
  • JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) allows to get the value of a JSON-serialized item
  • REGEX (REGular EXpression) is a sophisticated parsing technique.

Key Check

‘BAN’ or ‘SUCCESS’ of a proxy being used …

Ex. –

Type: Ban / OR /

Keys: <source> / contains / {“success”: fail}

Type: Success / OR /

Keys: <source> / contains / {“success”: true}

[ The OR mode will make the KeyChain cause if any of the keys is caused. The AND mode will make the KeyChain trigger if all the keys are triggered. ]

///////////////// Clean up combos (In Kali) : //////////////////////

Show number of lines in a txt file or combo list you are working with :

[ wc -l example.txt ]

Unzip a file in terminal :

[ tar xvzf ‘filename you are unzipping’ ] (wtf do those letters even mean?)


Join multiple “combo .txt” files into one big one too work with :

(After you ‘cd’ over the the folder(or directory) that all the .txt combos are in, you enter the following command)

[ cat *.txt > new.txt ] (The ‘*’ is joining all .txt files ; and the ‘> new.txt’ is naming this new file you are creating)

Remove the seperators in the combo list to have them all match… (Ex. of separators… “: or ;”) 

[ sed ‘s/;/:/g’ example.txt > new_example.txt ] (We are looking for ” ; ” in the list and changing them all to match ” : ” …. ” > ” saves to the name you choose for this new .txt file)

Sort combo list to easily see duplicates :

[ cat example.txt | sort > new_example.txt ]

Remove duplicates from a combo list :

( command used, sorts list and removes duplicates at the same time… )

[ cat example.txt | sort | uniq > new_example.txt ]

Keep just the password or email and remove the other from list :

[ cat example.txt | cut -d’ : ‘ -f2 > new_example.txt ] ( after ” -d’ : ‘ “you must decide to delete before or after the semicolon …… ” -f2 ” deletes just the email leaving you with a list of passwords) – (” -f1 ” deletes all the passwords leaving you with emails)

Search for specific email in a folder of txt combos using “zipgrep” :

(After you ‘cd’ over the the folder(or directory) that all the .txt combos are in, you enter the following command)

[ zgrep -a “example @\`” *.txt` ] (Terminal will display which file the email is saved in)

  • How to search for multiple emails at the same time :

[ zgrep -e “example @” -e “example2 @” -e “example3 @” *.txt ]

{ You can also split one giant combo list into multiple smaller txt files, choosing however many lines per split you want }