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Windows 7: how to run automaticaly multiple syntax using cmd.exe

17 May 2016   #1

windows xp c86
how to run automaticaly multiple syntax using cmd.exe

how to run this? one by one
I open cmd.exe and i paste manually that code one by one how to run this 3 string automatically in a batch file?
After 1'st list finishing starts the second and then starting the 3'rd
ncrack -v --user Amin -P super1.txt
ncrack -v --user Amin -P super2.txt
ncrack -v --user Amin -P super3.txt

i tried this but not good results

start /wait ncrack -v --user Amin -P super1.txt
start /wait ncrack -v --user Amin -P super2.txt
start /wait ncrack -v --user Amin -P super3.txt

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17 May 2016   #2

Windows 7 32 bit

Would this be the ncrack that is the password cracker? If so I don't think I can comment.
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