Tool used to test weakness of some ssh passwords, thanks to a dictionary attack (bypassing fail2ban protection).
Copyright (C) 2017 Neetx
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Tool developed to demonstrate the weakness of some ssh passwords. It bypasses fail to ban protection changing ip with tor reload function, after some attempts defined in input by user. Use these tool with consciousness.
sshdodge.py [-h] [-u USER] [-i IP] [-p PORT] [-a ATTEMPTS] [-t] wordlist positional arguments: wordlist Wordlist for dictionary attack optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -u USER, --user USER User used to connection -i IP, --ip IP Destination ip address -p PORT, --port PORT Destination port -a ATTEMPTS, --attempts ATTEMPTS Number of attempts before identity change -t, --test Use the to test dependences
sudo ./sshdodge -u root -i 127.0.0.1 -p 22 wordlist.txt -a 3
DEPENDENCES: You need to install on your system:
- Debian 9.2