Brute v-0.0.2 released : Simple brute forcing in Python.

Brute v-0.0.2 released : Simple brute forcing in Python.

v-0.0.2:
+ Adding new option: ramp.
This controls whether or not the library will ‘ramp up’ from 1 -> length, or
just iterate over the existing length passwords.

Purpose :

Brute forcing passwords, and other things often requires a bit of hacking to get working properly.
This library makes generating all possible permutations of strings really easy — and is very customizable.
You can then brute force whatever you want, however you want >:)

Brute forcing passwords, and other things often requires a bit of hacking to get working properly.

Brute forcing passwords, and other things often requires a bit of hacking to get working properly.

Installation
Installing brute is easy with pip http://pip.readthedocs.org/en/latest/. Just go to the terminal and run:

You can also upgrade your existing installation by running:

Usage

Using brute is super easy — seriously.
Let’s say you want to iterate through every possible permutation of strings that contain:
— All letters (upper and lowercase),
— All numbers (01234…),
— All symbols (!#$…),
All you have to do is:

You can customize the max length of the strings generated as well. By default, brute will only run through 3 characters:

And, lastly, if for some reason you only want to iterate through letters, numbers, or whatever, you can do that as well!

 

Download : brute-0.0.2.tar.gz (133 KB) 
Zipball : 0.0.2.zip 
Source: https://github.com/rdegges