`Python Password Cracker - Replit
Have you ever wondered just how secure your passwords really are? Unveil the power of brute force with the Python Password Cracker, an extraordinary tool designed to crack passwords wide open!
Watch in real-time as the computer takes on the challenge, generating thousands of password attempts per second.
Choose your adventure – opt to see each password tried or maintain an air of mystery as the clock ticks on.
Discover the ultimate secret as the program relentlessly attacks and systematically uncovers your password.
Please tell me what you think and give me feedback!
You should add a dictionary of common passwords that it checks first before brute forcing. That’s how real hackers would do it and it would give a better estimate.
Some actual passwords I’ve seen from brute-force attempts on a fake telnet server aren’t exactly the kind of thing you’d want to have in a public Repl’s files (e.g. username/password
mother/f**ker), so that might not work well
@9pfs these are some of the most common passwords that don’t contain profanity →
I wonder if I could get the full list of password attempts my fake telnet server has seen
Just wondering, what’s telnet?
Basically unencrypted SSH
Done (the words are all clean btw)
Nice! I hope it makes it to trending or something (sadly, I doubt it, based on how Replit’s been lately)
Is this a rip-off my password cracker?
Password crackers are one of the most common advanced Python projects
Jay’s been working on this the past few days, and has been asking in General for help with it. If he were just ripping off yours, he wouldn’t have been asking for help.
I think ive made smth like this b4 but ray deleted it (ray purged all MNA5’s Repl)
A lot of websites and devices lock you out after
x failed attempts to unlock. So, brute forcing would not work, and IIRC in some cases factory reset the device. However, remember that there are other ways to steal data off a device, so always protect your device well. You can reset a Windows password by booting the computer with a Linux USB (and that is on top of the fact that you can access the Windows filesystem from Linux).
UPDATE:THX SO MUCH TECHLIONDEV FORFORKING MY Repl. I FINALLY FOUND THE BACKUP Brute-force password CRACKER! - Replit
@SnakeyKing I made one a while ago 1+ months. I helped JayAySeaOhBee14 add common passwords before brute forcing (unlike mine).
for a password cracker, I’d recommend converting to C code for performance. I could help you if you want if I have time before I leave on a train to vacay tmr.
woah I like the computer solving thing, suggestion: make it so the last guessed password deletes so there isn’t a huge list
Why stop there? Why not replace osk.exe with cmd.exe so you have a backdoor that lets you get admin from the login screen?