Easylink Dictionary Attack by Minpolik

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Easylink Dictionary Attack by Minpolik

Post by phiber » Mon Mar 12, 2007 7:46 pm

A well known user (Minpolik) of these forums has created a dictionary attack tool for Community Connect Easylink.

His downloads are going to be posted here:
Dictionary attack tool for Easylink by Minpolik
Dictionary attack tool for Easylink by Minpolik v2.1 (NEW!)

All of the downloads are provided purely for educational purposes. The standard disclaimer applies.
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Post by minpolik » Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:00 pm

Just so nobody is confused, V2.1 only contains a different script (with 3 times more passwords), you will need to download V2.0 that contains an installer and instructions, ect.

Edit: I put V2.0 on RapidShare, Enjoy
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Post by FreelanceX » Fri Mar 23, 2007 4:58 pm

great stuff this is... GREAT... well worth it.. well done
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Post by minpolik » Fri Mar 23, 2007 10:58 pm

FreelanceX wrote:great stuff this is... GREAT... well worth it.. well done
Haha, this is for educational purposes only, like to learn ACtool by exploring this. Don't misuse it

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Post by FreelanceX » Fri Mar 23, 2007 11:40 pm

minpolik wrote:
FreelanceX wrote:great stuff this is... GREAT... well worth it.. well done
Haha, this is for educational purposes only, like to learn ACtool by exploring this. Don't misuse it
ive been using it on my network to test teachers password security... im white hat... always have been, always will be. its to enhance security, not destroy it...
FreelanceX - Asking for help should be a last resort. Try it yourself before you run to us for help...

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Post by minpolik » Sat Mar 24, 2007 12:47 am

FreelanceX wrote:
minpolik wrote:
FreelanceX wrote:great stuff this is... GREAT... well worth it.. well done
Haha, this is for educational purposes only, like to learn ACtool by exploring this. Don't misuse it
ive been using it on my network to test teachers password security... im white hat... always have been, always will be. its to enhance security, not destroy it...
Ah. Ok, i like that. You could just ask them if their password is on the list, but it's more shocking to goto them with a cracked password. I more consider myself grey hat, i never take down things for no reason... only make them more interesting :D

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Post by jd2kuk » Sat Mar 24, 2007 1:17 am

Grey hat :D

I'll live to that...

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Post by sandman » Sat Apr 21, 2007 1:53 pm

Is there any chance of getting caught?
I mean by school admin/teachers,

Do they monitor easylink?

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Post by minpolik » Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:57 am

sandman wrote:Is there any chance of getting caught?
I mean by school admin/teachers,

Do they monitor easylink?
I've done this [full password list] to about 20 teachers accounts and I've not had any trouble. I'm assumeing my school doesn't, yours might. If they do, just use a proxy :wink:. Tbh, you should go ask them, say your folks are security nutcases and want to know what easylink logs or something like that

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Re: Community Connect downloads by Minpolik (NEW! 20.03.2007)

Post by hello1234567891 » Sun Sep 16, 2007 2:53 pm

does anyone have any updates links because these are down.

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