Ahh. I agree with what you are saying, and I should've worded more clearly. I wasn't referring to password hashes, bamed... my suggestion was to script a pull from manually created files 'LIKE' rainbow tables, not the ones already built for hashes, and push it against the password for the rar file, repeatedly, until one hit. If you truly generate ALL possibilities in a rainbow table, then you should still hit the proper character combination, sooner or later, provided that A.) you have the proper character sets in the table, and B.) you have the proper length for the possible combinations... Wasn't suggesting a pre-built tool to use rainbow table cracks, such as you do with hashes. Guess I should've been more specific.
So I misspoke... Should've said 'huge' dictionary files, generated from all characters of a given set... and actually, based on the character set he specified, for only 10 characters, the file wouldn't be THAT hard to build and query against, I wouldn't think...
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