Change log: v0.95: Date: 26/09/2013
_ “–test –algorithm=A” working now.
_ Changes in Oracle11g.java class, using constants now (syntax issues).
_ Performance improved for NTLM algorithm (50% faster).
_ Performance improved for MSSQL-2000 algorithm (20% faster).
_ Performance improved for MSSQL-2005 algorithm (15% faster).
_ Performance improved for MSSQL-2012 algorithm (15% faster).
_ Performance improved for SYBASE-ASE1502 algorithm (5% faster).
_ Partial mask support for rule pre-processor. Available masks only on ‘$’ and ‘^’ simple commands:
a-z, A-Z, 0-9, a-z0-9, a-zA-z, A-Z0-9, a-zA-Z0-9
custom masks (ex: [arx], )
_ New insert/delete commands supported: ‘[‘, ‘]’ and ‘DN’ (no need to escape from ‘[‘ or ‘]’)
JBrute is an open source tool written in Java to audit security and stronghold of stored password for several open source and commercial apps. It is focused to provide multi-platform support and flexible parameters to cover most of the possible password-audit scenarios.
Java Runtime version 1.7 or higher is required for running JBrute.
- Muli-platform support (by Java VM)
- Several hashing algorithms supported
- Flexible chained hashes decryption (like MD5(SHA1(MD5())))
- Both brute force and dictionary decryption methods supported
- Build-In rule pre-processor for dictionary decryption
- Multi-threading support
There is no need to install JBrute, just execute “jbrute.bat” if you are using
windows platform, or “jbrute.sh” if you are using *nix platform.
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