Tool 132: Brute force http client (proxy password)

Description:

  This tool successively tries couples of login and passwords in order
  to find matching authentication credentials.
  This tool tries to find password of web proxy (basic authentication).
  
  Parameter --uri is the uri/url requested.
  Parameter --user-agent defines the client name to send. For example
  'Netscape/7.0'.
  Parameter --login defines the logins to try. To check several logins,
  parameter --login-file is the file containing logins (one per line).
  Parameter --password-file is the file containing passwords (1/line).
  Parameter --stopatfirst indicates to stop when first match is found.
  Parameter --numthread defines the number of threads (simultaneous
  running checks) to use.
  Parameter --dst-ip is the address of remote host/server.
  Parameter --dst-port is the port number where to connect.
  Optional parameter --src-ip defines the local IP address to use.
  Optional parameter --src-port defines the local port number to use.
  Optional parameter --ip4opts permits to add IPv4 options encoded as
  mixed.
  Optional parameter --ip6exts permits to add IPv6 options encoded as
  mixed (first byte is the next header number).
  Optional parameters --device, --src-eth and --dst-eth permits to
  create a virtual client using fake addresses.
  
   

Usage:

  netwox 132 -u uri -p ip [-P port] [-L data] -w file [-l file] [-U data] [-T uint32] [-s|+s] [-n uint32] [-v|+v]

Parameters:

parameter description example
-u|--uri uri url/uri to download http://server/private/
-p|--proxy-ip ip IP address of proxy 5.6.7.8
-P|--proxy-port port port of proxy 3128
-L|--login data login  
-w|--password-file file password file passwordfile.txt
-l|--login-file file login file loginfile.txt
-U|--user-agent data user agent  
-T|--timeout uint32 timeout in milliseconds 60000
-s|--stopatfirst|+s|--no-stopatfirst stop at first valid login found  
-n|--numthread uint32 number of threads to launch 5
-v|--verbose|+v|--no-verbose be verbose This boolean is set.
Use + or --no- to unset it.

Examples:

  netwox 132 -u "http://server/private/" -p "5.6.7.8" -w "passwordfile.txt"

  netwox 132 --uri "http://server/private/" --proxy-ip "5.6.7.8" --password-file "passwordfile.txt"