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Category: Auditing » Passwords

John the Ripper (UNIX)
Added 2001-10-22
by Solar Designer
John the Ripper is a password cracker, currently available for UNIX, DOS, WinNT/Win95. Its primary purpose is to detect weak UNIX passwords.

BrydDES
Added 2001-10-22
by Svend Olaf Mikkelsen, svolaf@inet.uni2.dk
BrydDES issues a known plaintext attack for DES encryption. The method is brute force. ECB mode and CBC mode with known IV are supported.

PalmCrack
Added 2001-10-22
by Noncon, Inc.
Noncon has released PalmCrack, the password testing tool for the Palm Computing Platform. Designed to help security professionals determine the strength of passwords, PalmCrack is able to check UNIX and NT passwords against a dictionary and decrypt certain Cisco router passwords. PalmCrack runs on PalmOS 2 and PalmOS 3 devices, including the PalmPilot Professional through the PalmVII and the IBM WorkPad series. It requires 31KB to 1MB of memory depending on the size of the dictionary installed.

Nutcracker
Added 2001-10-22
by Ryan T. Rhea, rhear@cs.winthrop.edu
Nutcracker is a simple, fast, and effective password cracker for UNIX and Linux systems. Disabled accounts and accounts with no password are detected. Results are shown in a nicely-formatted table. A sample password file and dictionary file are included, although you can use any word list you wish (including the file '/usr/dict/words' included with most Linux distributions). Nutcracker will work with '/etc/passwd' or '/etc/shadow' files.

Unique Password Pro
Added 2001-10-22
by Patrick Project Software
Generates a single random password or a list of random passwords based on a selected set of formatting options.

Saltine Cracker Internet Client 1.5
Added 2001-10-22
by Ambient Empire, chrisa@eeye.com
Saltine Cracker is a distributed password auditing environment that currently impliments the MD4 NT Hash and UNIX LibDES Crypt(3) algorithms. 'scrack' is the Internet Client to be used with KeDS (Key Distribution Server).

Ftp-Password-Spy
Added 2001-10-22
by corrosive_cool
This tool "catches" FTP passwords from any kind of bookmark file (leechftp, cuteftp etc) with a simple trick.

k0ld - Knocking on LDAP's door
Added 2001-10-22
by FX
LDAP authentication brute force tool. Uses LDAP trees with anonymous bind to download all users and try a dictionary against every user. Works recursive from a given DN.

Password Age
Added 2001-10-22
by unknown
Displays the age of the password for user and computer accounts on NT machines. For computer accounts, this information can be used to determine if the computer is no longer being used. For users, it can be used to determine which accounts are not being used or have expired.

UnSecure
Added 2001-10-22
by SniperX, unsecure@sniperx.net
UnSecure is a Brute Forcing program to exploit flaws with the worlds current Internet Security. This program is able to try every possible password combination, and pinpoint the users password. UnSecure can currently break into most Windows 95/98, Windows NT, Mac, Unix and other OS servers with or without a firewall.

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