How do I use hydra for domain users?
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  1. #1
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    How do I use hydra for domain users?

    Hi I've successfully used hydra with MS local users with this oneliner:

    hydra.exe -L login.txt -P passwd.txt -w 10 -M server.txt smb

    But I can't figure out how to use hydra with domain users like:

    foodomain/foouser

    I've tried for example:

    hydra.exe -l foodomain/foouser -p foopass -w 10 192.168.1.2 smb

    but doesn't work...

    Can someone help me out pls?


    Thx in advance.

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    Question

    Do you own/have written permission to the remote box that you plan on doing the test on?
    Remember that unless you own the system or have permission, this will be illegal.

    I've never used the tool, but all information will be found in the readme for the file:
    http://thc.segfault.net/thc-hydra/README

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    I don't wanna be rude but pls don't waste my and your time writing such a useless answers unless you only mind about post counts.

    FYI
    1) I don't own the box since I'm paid as a pentester
    2) To avoid answers like RTFM, I ALWAYS read documentation b4 posting and if you'd read what you posted you'd see there is no answer to my question

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    First off, did you say you were a paid pentester? no.
    Second, I've been a member since March 2002 and only have a post count of 970ish. So no.

    And like I said, I don't know much about the tool so I gave you the information I had in case you didn't know where to look. Many "newbies" come to this site and post 1 to 4 times asking help on how to circumvent a system with mal intent
    Last edited by tyger_claw; November 9th, 2006 at 07:29 PM.

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