Security Basics
SSH Bruteforcing Aug 08 2012 07:21AM
Grey King (greykingforever gmail com)

Hi list,

Does anyone know of an SSH bruteforcer that respects key-based authentication?

For example, I've got a valid key pair, I want to shove it through 200 hosts and see who accepts it. Or, i have the keys for a particular box, I want to bruteforce the username.

If no one knows of one, it shouldn't be difficult to script up. Just wanted to check before I put the time into it.

Thanks!

Grey King

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