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HTTPBrute Crack With Registration Code 🔗

HTTPBrute is a small and easy to use HTTP digest calculator. It can also do a smart brute force password guessing.
HTTP digest authentication is a not so popular standard built into all major web servers and web browsers. Get HTTPBrute and take it for a spin to see what it can actually do for you!
The tool can be used by security experts as well as novice users. The main purpose and motivation is education. Its use should not be towards malicious activities such as intrusion into VoIP accounts or simple web pages that still rely on HTTP digest. An exception would be to retrieve a VoIP password for the device you got from the ITSP (Internet Telephone Service Provider).
In some cases they want you to use their VoIP ATAs (which suck). Still, they discourage you from using other devices (which work better) just so they have less headaches supporting your account. In case you retrieve the password you have enough information to start considering using different VoIP enabled device.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HTTPBrute calculates the digest authentication challenge response given specific parameters. With small adjustments it can brute force to get the password for a user.
The input file has one parameter. This parameter is used to create the file that will be sent by HTTPBrute when performing the digest brute. The challenge created will be sent to the host and extracted from the challenge returned from the server. This part of the program is the most complex and it contains many low level implementation details of the web server. It is written in Java.
HTTPBrute allows you to select the encryption algorithm as well as the number of iterations. The number of iterations can either be static or auto increment based on the packets received. The default setting is auto increment.
The algorithms are MD5, SHA-1 and SHA-256. The SHA algorithms are designed to withstand a bruteforce attack. MD5 and SHA-1 are barely used and the benefit of using SHA-256 is questionable.
The number of iterations in the default setting is set to 1000. You can change the number of iterations or select the algorithm by running the program.
The output file is generated with the data stored in the input file and the parameters set. The output file is not generated in the same directory as the input file.
You can use HTTPBrute as follows:
1.) Create the input file specifying the parameters using the program.
2.) Set the parameters to generate a challenge.
3.) Run the program and the data sent by the program will be stored in the file.

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By the way:
This is based on a free Java program that anyone can freely use for non-commercial purposes. It is not your intellectual property and should remain free of charge. It is my hobby and I would like to give something back to the Internet.
The source code is available for reading. It is written in Java and is about as simple as one can get. It is licensed under the GNU Public License and can be read, modified and run for free.

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HTTP Brute is a small and light weight HTTP digest calculator. It can quickly generate random brute force values for HTTP Digest authentication. There is no programming knowledge required to use the tool.
HTTP digest has been designed to be secure and easy to use. It provides a 128 bit random value to the server to verify the validity of a user using HTTP authentication. It also allows a user to authenticate a user across different protocols without implementing to much changes. It is supported by most web servers as well as major browsers.
Its main purpose and motivation is education. It can also be used to test the strength of any strong encryption algorithm and get an idea what kind of values for HTTP digest are usually used to protect sensitive information.
Who this is for:
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This script is targeted at HTTP security experts as well as non-technical users who want to learn more about the strength of HTTP digest authentication.
HTTPBrute was developed to be a fun tool for a quick exercise. It will try as many combinations as it can. If you are a security expert it is for you as well. You can use it to validate some of your own security standards. Testing for weak passwords or for strong encryption is fun. However, they are not suitable for actual intrusion.
The tool is not a tool to crack passwords. Its a tool to generate and check brute force values. It generates a variable length of randomness and if it finds a match it shows a list of credentials it can crack. Its easier to use it just to test a few password that you suspect and to get an idea what kind of values to expect in real situations.
Installation:
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First things first, you need a web server which supports HTTP digest authentication, chances are Apache or IIS. If you do not know how to install or configure a web server there is plenty of how-to articles on the internet. 
Once installed you can download the script and extract it in your web root directory.
Do not be alarmed by the few lines of code. Its as easy as 123 (Morton Salt for non-coders). HTTPBrute is written in Python and the source is available for downloading.
You will need to download the source to see how it works. The default English version comes with all the options at their default values. Please refer to the config.txt in the source zip file for more information on the various options.
Configuring the Options:
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License: GNU GPL, v3
Author: Thomas A. Gripenstedt (thomas@gripenstedt.se)
Version: 0.2
Description: “HTTPBrute is an easier-to-use alternative to RCEtools HTTP Authentication Sploit that can be used to collect passwords from modern websites that use HTTP Digest Authentication.”
What is HTTP Digest Authentication?
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HTTP Digest Authentication is a non-standard that is built into all modern web browsers (i.e. Internet Explorer 8+, Firefox 3+, Chrome, Safari) and all web servers (mod_auth_digest for Apache, httpd, nginx, lighttpd, etc).
The concept is to have a checksum value that is calculated from either a password or a username. The password is base 64 encoded and hashed twice. The checksum is a hash of the concatenation of the username and the checksum itself.
The server then contacts the browser and redirects it to the next page to look for the correct password.
If the browser gets some text written to the stream (i.e. HTTP Polling, Long Polling, etc.) it will redirect the browser back to the server with HTTP 302 code in the Location header. The header will have the authentication checksum added to the request. The client will then compute the same checksum and compare the two.
Brute forcing the username and password requires at least two identical checksum values. This is clearly a easy task with any program, but in this case the program will have to take care of a couple of things.
Firstly, it needs to first collect the required information and then make a guess of the password. If the required info is not available or not correct, it will have to repeat the guess of the password.
Secondly, the program will have to work around fake user authentication or plaintext passwords.
HTTPBrute is a simple but powerful bruteforcing tool that is based on popular perl modules. It also includes an option to brute force a single user with a single password.
Note that each user has a timeout set for the number of tries he/she can use. If the user exceeds the number of tries it will be shown a notice with the full user name and some other info.
HTTPBrute simple features
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HTTPBrute is a Perl based utility.
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What’s New In?

– Executes any number of *commands* without waiting for server response, nor storing results
– Executes the command in parallel with each request and stores results in the same file
– Has a fast password cracking mode (based on the suspected password)
– Heuristic password list
– Can be used for full or incremental password changes

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