Brute Forcer In Python???

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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by Muskelmann098 on Tue May 31, 2011 10:13 am
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@msbachman:
I remember RevengeDriven posting in one of my question threads... he seemed to get banned for being an ass though. Not sure he was the great hacker/cracker he thought he was.

Either way, wouldn't an automated form submission program get your IP blocked from just about every worthwhile website you use it on? A brute-forcer will create millions of combinations before finding the correct one, and even with rainbow tables or dictionary attacks, we're talking thousands of combos. As a webmaster, I would make sure to block any user taking up that much bandwidth. Additionally, sending requests to the external server would make even a tiny password of four or five characters take an incredibly long time to find.

Maybe he found a way to bypass all that though... either that or he has a lot of time on his hands :)
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by Kaonashi on Thu Nov 15, 2012 10:03 pm
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As much as I hate skids just look up py2exe if you are wanting it to be an exe
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by centip3de on Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:00 am
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Kaonashi wrote:As much as I hate skids just look up py2exe if you are wanting it to be an exe


You do realize that nobody has posted on this thread in well over a year, right? Let old threads die, please.
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by Kaonashi on Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:06 am
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centip3de wrote:
Kaonashi wrote:As much as I hate skids just look up py2exe if you are wanting it to be an exe


You do realize that nobody has posted on this thread in well over a year, right? Let old threads die, please.

Sorry, It was at the top of the threadlist, I assumed it was recent...
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by centip3de on Fri Nov 16, 2012 1:09 am
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Kaonashi wrote:Sorry, It was at the top of the threadlist, I assumed it was recent...


Most people that post here just do it in the general "Programming" section, and don't pick a specific sub-section.
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by pickles0703 on Thu Dec 20, 2012 7:13 pm
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fashizzlepop oh my lol You had me rolling in laughter with "Script Kiddie Figure it out yourself." Anyways, Nost what I think you are looking for is 2 things. 1. how to execute it online 2. how to have it put values into a form. My idea would be to have your code craft out javascript. You can use that javascript to automatically input a value on a form and submit the form, while you sit back and drink your coffee whispering "It's just another day... It's just another day"
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Re: Brute Forcer In Python???

Post by fashizzlepop on Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:30 pm
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pickles0703 wrote:fashizzlepop oh my lol


I think the funniest part is you posting in a dead thread over a year old.

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