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Thread: [Video] How to: Crack HTTP (hydra)

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    Exclamation [Video] How to: Crack HTTP (hydra)

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    very cool, just in case i need to forward my ports from a starbucks right? lol

    most people just use a default "password1" or no pass at all is what im finding though

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    Nice easy howto for the newcomers. Win.
    Also kudos for making the video in something other than Flash. I'm sure I'm not the only one who refuses to install Flash under Windows.

    FYI for the win32 version there's a lazy man's GUI here (GeoGen Hydra GUI)
    w w w.geogensoft.com/products/geogen-hydra-gui.html
    Cheeky pricks want $15 for a frontend to an opensource tool though.

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    Default bruteforce http basic auth

    if you don't need an graphical frontend you can also use "medusa" from _foofus.net_ (which is fine :-)

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    I would like to test our outlook web access (owa) but every time I run hydra I get "cannot resolve xx.xx.xx.xx"?

    My command is (this is using the windows version... sorry)

    hydra -L login.txt -P pass.txt -V service https xx.xxx.xxx.xxx https-get /exchange

    Any ideas???

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    Quote Originally Posted by letmein View Post
    I would like to test our outlook web access (owa) but every time I run hydra I get "cannot resolve xx.xx.xx.xx"?

    My command is (this is using the windows version... sorry)

    hydra -L login.txt -P pass.txt -V service https xx.xxx.xxx.xxx https-get /exchange

    Any ideas???
    HTTPS isn't supported by hydra. That should be the reason you cannot connect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty View Post
    HTTPS isn't supported by hydra. That should be the reason you cannot connect.
    There are options in hydra for https-get and post, so I am guessing Hydra does support HTTPS..... anyone any experience of using hydra on https?

    Thanks

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