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    Router Brute Force, test your router's password

    Mirror1:
    Command Line Version: http://users.ca.astound.net/roppongi...BruteForce.zip
    Graphical User Interface Version: http://users.ca.astound.net/roppongi...teForceGUI.zip

    WORD LISTS:
    Common password list: http://users.ca.astound.net/roppongi...s/wordlist.txt
    Dictionary: http://users.ca.astound.net/roppongi...dictionary.txt

    Try here for more words: http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/research/ilash/Moby/


    Description:
    What is Router Brute Force?

    Router Brute Force is an application cracks an authentication server by using a word list.

    Does RBF cost anything?

    RBF is absolutely free. RBF follows the standard GNU licensing.

    How can this program be used?

    RBF can be used to test your router's password. Some people use it test out their WIFI router as they war drive, while others use it against their LAN router. RBF can also be used to test out your website's password strength.

    Sounds great, what do I need?

    An operating system that supports java 1.4.x. You can download java for free at:

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    Thanks BB. Everyone with a router should do this.
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    great program. found some very soft passwords LOL password is password ??

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    http://www.securiteam.com/tools/3J5PUQUQAS.html

    For those looking for RBF, the link above hosts a similar program. Unfortunately RBF has disappeared... If you have links for it, let me know by posting here.

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    Where are the instructions for this thing. I don't understand :


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    i think each word in the txt have to be single line and have a comma at the end of the word.
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    I'll have to fix that URL... probably should update the software too :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_Smith
    I'll have to fix that URL... probably should update the software too :/
    Please do.

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    Apparantly someone bought routerbruteforce.com but I'll re-post it at http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf in 3 days.

    Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_Smith
    Apparantly someone bought routerbruteforce.com but I'll re-post it at http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf in 3 days.

    Smith
    When you do, I will update this thread.

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    welcome to techzonez agent_smith

    We've been looking for you

    heehe
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    Brute forcing router passwords then changing their setup and rebooting them over the web may be may be strangely amusing but is unethical.

    Some older routers based on the connexant chipset can be reset without even knowing the password by accessing the setup on a different port. If you have a older connexant based router try telnetting into it on port 254 - if it's vulnerable you will see. Please don't go scanning your subnets for open port 254 and resetting peoples routers though that would be extremely rude.
    I'm using Windows 7 - you got a problem with that?

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    The website is out of date so I've renamed it to index2.html, http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf/index2.html ... When I get time I may update the site and post it but until then here are the apps:

    Router Brute Force command line version: http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf/jars/Ro...Force_0.1d.jar

    Router Brute Force GUI version:
    http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf/jars/Ro...ceGUI_0.1d.jar

    Source:
    http://www.darkcoder.com/rbf/source/RBFSource.zip

    - Smith

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    The links doesnt work !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by egghead
    welcome to techzonez agent_smith

    We've been looking for you

    heehe
    Good one Egg....lmao

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