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    Default hydra not compiled with libssh

    hydra was not compiled with libssh, therefore the ssh2 option is not available.

    fix:

    download the source of hydra from: freeworld.thc.org/thc-hydra
    unpack
    apt-get install libssh-2-dev
    download the patch for hydra from: 0xbadc0de.be...[/url]
    patch -p1 < ~/hydra*.patch
    ./configure
    nano Makefile
    remove -lpq and -LPOSTGRES
    make
    make install

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    Or use medusa instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cartel View Post
    hydra was not compiled with libssh, therefore the ssh2 option is not available.

    fix:

    download the source of hydra from: freeworld.thc.org/thc-hydra
    unpack
    apt-get install libssh-2-dev
    download the patch for hydra from: 0xbadc0de.be...[/url]
    patch -p1 < ~/hydra*.patch
    ./configure
    nano Makefile
    remove -lpq and -LPOSTGRES
    make
    make install
    This kind of thing is not a fix. If you do this you hydra will no longer be updated by the repo and you will be stuck with this version. Contact Balding_Parrot or me and we will start a ticket and it will be fixed in the repo.
    Doing this is missing the entire point of having a repo.

    For amplification refer to whats muts (one of our core developers) says in post #2
    http://forums.remote-exploit.org/showthread.php?t=20124

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    Quote Originally Posted by pureh@te View Post
    This kind of thing is not a fix. If you do this you hydra will no longer be updated by the repo and you will be stuck with this version. Contact Balding_Parrot or me and we will start a ticket and it will be fixed in the repo.
    for a beta release it's quite ok ... in my opinion. Now everyone who needs the ssh support can use it, all other guys have to wait for the final or for a fixed deb

    Edit:
    use the following configure options, so you are able to have a dual installation.

    Code:
    ./configure --prefix=/opt/hydra --disable-xhydra
    m-1-k-3

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