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README.md

Password Recovery using Python

Dishant Rathi @techiedishant

A python script to automate gathering passwords and information from the current user and operating system.

Getting Started

These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes.

git clone https://github.com/dishantrathi/Password-Recovery-using-Python.git

Prerequisites

Running

To run the program, simply execute

  • For Windows
    py loot.py
    
  • For Linux
    python3 loot.py
    

Help Section

More Simple than you think. Run the loot.py file.

  1. What is loot?

A python script to automate gathering passwords and information from the current user and operating system.

  1. Configuration

In order to use loot on a Windows system, you will need the executables provided by NirSoft (password tools).

NirSoft's Password Recovery Tools: http://nirsoft.net/password_recovery_tools.html http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/wireless_key.html

  • Make sure to download tools with command-line options. [Provided Already]

Extract these to a folder named windows in the same directory where you currently have this script.

  1. Execution

Compile for desired operating system (Linux, OSX, Win).You can use either PyInstaller or Py2Exe for that! Then simply transfer file to system and execute it.

  • For use in computer systems where you are authorized! ;)

Youtube Video : Soon

Ethical-Hacking Section

Create an Autorun File and Execute through a USB Device or Pendrive.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details