Word Spelunker
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GUI for the command line look tool.   Free
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Word Spelunker (Formerly "OS X Word Lookup") is a GUI front end to the command line "grep" tool in OS X. It gives you access to thousands of fascinating and unique words. These can be great if you're looking for a unique word to be used as a login. It can help you avoid being jsmith1234@somedomain.com.

Don't use it to find passwords. That's a really bad idea because dictionary attacks are one of the most common forms of brute force password cracking.
What's New
Word Spelunker 1.0 has:
  • A new name
  • "Start with", "Contain", & "End with" search capability
  • Define in OS X's Dictionary app
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X



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Roro01 reviewed on 22 Sep 2008
PERFECT - Works as stated.
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Downloads:1,449
Version Downloads:1,447
Type:Education : Language
License:Free
Date:21 Sep 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Word Spelunker (Formerly "OS X Word Lookup") is a GUI front end to the command line "grep" tool in OS X. It gives you access to thousands of fascinating and unique words. These can be great if you're looking for a unique word to be used as a login. It can help you avoid being jsmith1234@somedomain.com.

Don't use it to find passwords. That's a really bad idea because dictionary attacks are one of the most common forms of brute force password cracking.


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