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    hello to all ..

    has anyone set hydra in a working stable cracking state?

    when i try do run it it somtimes finds the pass, and sometimes just passes it completly

    been playing around with its speed but its unstable ,and somtimes runs to fast (even doe i reduce the attempts

    does anyone have any stbilty with the hydra tool ?? or has a system with this crazy forcer ?

    is medusa better ?

    thanks
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    I have found hydra to work on most occasions with my simple router set up (only requiring http-get).

    adjusting the speed (-t option) can make a difference tho.

    Running against my routers (either an ASUS or a Linksys) it seems to work consistently with ;

    Code:
    hydra 192.168.1.1 -L login.txt -P password.txt -t 5 -V -f http-get
    or using below if login is in a separate 'pop-up'
    Code:
    hydra 192.168.1.1 -L login.txt -P password.txt -t 5  -V -f http-get /index.asp
    as per this vid I made when testing a 'from hidden SSID / WEP to router' a while ago

    http://blip.tv/file/1705288
    (no nice music added.. so kinda quiet and boring..)

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    =TAPE= thanks for the help ..

    will test it out .
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    Sure thing, am interested in how you get along or what problems you may encounter,
    so perhaps you could advise what the setup is and what is / isn't working
    when you get a chance to try it out further.

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    medusa is a good alternative to hydra/xhydra.
    I like the bleeding edge, but I don't like blood loss

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