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README.md

ripal

Password Dump Analysis in R, now with extra crunchy package-y goodness!

Heavily based on pipal by @digininja.

To run the command-line or GUI (shiny app) locally, you'll obviously need R and the devtools package. NOTE: If you're new to R, a good way to get started (especially if you're in infosec) is the book Data Driven Security and the sister blog.

Here's how to install the package:

library(devtools)
install_github("ddsbook/ripal")

We'll be making the usage a bit more straightforward over time, but you can do command-line analyses with rudimentary pipal-like report output by invoking R and calling the analyzePasswordDump() function like this:

 R -q -e 'ripal::analyzePasswordDump("/path/to/singles.org.txt", "/path/to/singles-report.txt")'

(It should be pretty straightforwad to wrap that in an alias or shell script).

We also have version 0.1 of a GUI that is also pretty straightforward to run:

R -q -e 'ripal::ripalApp()'

Again, that's simple enough to wrap in an alias or shell script.

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Find out more over at Data Driven Security.