*If you know what a wordlist format is you can read only Dictionary Builder section.
It is possible to create wordlist searches with Nav.Net Beta 4.0. For prior versions it was possible to create Value Array formats like [word1,word2,word3].jpg to search for multiple words. With new wordlist formats you can load words from .txt files. The syntax is [c:\somewhere\wordlist.txt].
The wordlist file should contain .txt extention. If you have a wordlist.txt file that contains word1, word2, word3,... [c:\somewhere\wordlist.txt] format will be equal to [word1,word2,word3] format. You can append .jpg extention like [c:\somewhere\wordlist.txt].jpg. That will search for .jpg files with the keywords from your wordlist.txt file. If you don't append .jpg extention and your wordlist lines doesn't contain .jpg extention FG will make a subdirectory search with that keywords.
File path is relative to Nav.Net data folder so if you create a format like [mywords.txt].jpg FG will try to load mywords.txt file from Nav.Net Data Folder.
Wordlist file should contain one keyword in every single line. You can create new wordlists with notepad. Or you can download some wordlists from internet. Visit http://www.net-comber.com/wordurls.html for a nice compilation of wordlist sources.
This is a valuable tool to create wordlist files that can be used with FG. Suppose you have downloaded some wordlists and they contains thousands of words. Most probably files contain duplicate keywords. Or you have a hugewordlist.txt file that contains 100.000 words. FG works better if you split searches to multiple threads so it is not a good idea to start a [hugewordlist.txt] search on a single thread. With Dictionary Builder you can create mutliple optimized wordlist files based on one or more source wordlist files.
You can open Dictionary Builder from Tools menu located under FG formats box.
For this example I've created two directories. You can use any directory on your computer.
- I've copied my wordlist files to SRC directory and entered that directory name to Source Directory box. Source file names can end with any extention but they have to contain one single word on every lines of file.
- I've created a secondary TAR directory on my deskop and entered that directory name to Target Directory box. Don't choose a target directory used by other applications.
- I've entered "th_" and ".jpg" parts as my format prefix and suffix.
- I wan't to skip words that contains (') because no filename can contain ' sign. You can create advanced skips with Regex.
- I've entered 50 to Split Target Files box. You can write your Max. Thread Count value here. At the end Dictionary builder will create 50 different wordlist files to search with 50 threads. If you want to create single wordlist file enter 1 here.
- When I click Build!, Dictionary Builder will load all keywords, sort them, remove duplicates and create new wordlist files.
At the end of the process Dictionary Builder shows me the required formats that should be pasted to FG Format box. I'll paste that format and start my wordlist search.