The Cleveridge SSH Scanner is a SSH Brute Force tool written in python.

The Cleveridge SSH Scanner is a SSH Brute Force tool written in python. The tool tries to get access to machines (IPv4) on the SSH port (22). When the machines is accessible on port 22, the tool brute forces the ssh login with the most common default user names and passwords.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
+ This tool is for ethical testing purpose only.
+ Cleveridge and its owners can’t be held responsible for misuse by users.
+ Users have to act as permitted by local law rules

The tool offers you the options to attack:
– one IP
– a range of IP’s (e.g. 192.168.0.1-25)
– IP’s listed in a file

Tested:
At this moment the Cleveridge SSH Scanner is only tested in a Linux Kali environment with Python 2.7 installed.
The Cleveridge SSH Scanner is also successfully tested in combination with Proxychains 3.1 (http://proxychains.sourceforge.net/) and Tor (https://www.torproject.org/) to hide the ip of the user.

Source Code V0.04 build 012:

Source : https://github.com/Cleveridge/ | https://cleveridge.org/ | Ethical Hacking Lab