Multi Bruter 1.1




Multi Bruter 1.1

Bruter is a parallel network login brute-forcer on Win32. This tool is intended to demonstrate the importance of choosing strong passwords. The goal of Bruter is to support a variety of services that allow remote authentication. – Added protocols: PgSQL, SIP- Auto detect “Max Attempt/Connection” when set it to -1- Add “Password First” option (see documentation for more detail)- Load/Save Setting also load/save service options- Load/Save Setting also load/save state if program is testing (Save state)- Added “wait for each try” option (to be able to slow down brute forcing)- Display “found valid credential” message in message tab- Fixed application sometimes crashs when using “Stop”- Fixed maximum text length of message tab to unlimited- Fixed HTTP library does not handle response code 100 correctly- Fixed miscellaneous bugs- Updated libssh2 binary to 1.2.6- Updated openssl library to 1.0.0c- Documentaion updates

FTP:- Able to detect multi-line greeting message sent in separate packets (faster)SIP: (new)- Support digest authentication with REGISTER method with expire=0 (unregister)- Support TCP/TLS with SIP-TCPSMB:- Allow multiple connectionsSSH2:- Modified the libssh2 to use less secure key exchange algorithm (a little faster)- Able to determine the connection state from libssh2 error (more reliable)- Able to stop testing immediatelyMSSQL:- Re-implemented for better understanding fields in login packetPgSQL: (new)- Support password, md5 authenticationEmail (SMTP, POP3, IMAP):- Support NTLM authentication- POP3: Support PLAIN, LOGIN authenticationHTTP: (changed name from HTTP (Basic))- Support NTLM authentication- Supoort Digest authenticationWeb Form: (changed name from HTTP (Form))- Able to follow the 301,302 redirection (1 time) then checking the result- Fixed old cookies are not cleared when using “Load Form” in option dialog- Fixed POST method sending extra “rnrn” at the end (Thanks to faicker)ICQ: :


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