Hi Like a complete chump I've come home and realised I've completely forgotten the password to one of my truecrypt volumes. I know for a fact that it could be one of a simple combination of words with maybe one or two simple letter substitutions and simple punctuation at the end or beginning of the password (literally a single . or @ at the beginning or end, I don't really go too complex) My question is what could I use to brute force these possible combinations? I know the password is made of a combination of 2 or 3 out of maybe 7 words, but I can't remember where I swapped the letters/numbers (just a vowel substitution so it narrows it down a lot) or where I put the punctuation (beginning or end of the sentence) IE, the password could be made of the words bear, lampshade, pirahna, wardrobe, speaker, mouse And they could be rendered as such .MouseSpeaker32 @Bearlampshade.32 P1rahnaWardr0be32. etc. There can't be that many combinations but I've tried as many as I can think of and I'm drawing a complete blank. You'd think with details that specific it would be easy but I'm stumped Thanks to anyone who has an idea for what I could use.