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Hi Im new to python and I desperately need help with this task....
This is everything of what I need to do.......

The program to be written in Python obviously......

The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.

The python program is required to take four parameters: a) the IP
address of a Computer, b) the port number that the Telnet server is
running on the computer , c) the name of a file containing a list if
usernames, and b) the name of a file containing a list of word/phrases
to be used as passwords.

The program should then attempt to authenticate itself to the Telnet
server via trying every password for every username. The program
should report when it is successful.

Please help me.... And as I am new to all this please post step by
step instructions...

Feb 11 '07 #1
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darren112 wrote:
Hi Im new to python and I desperately need help with this task....
This is everything of what I need to do.......

The program to be written in Python obviously......

The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.

The python program is required to take four parameters: a) the IP
address of a Computer, b) the port number that the Telnet server is
running on the computer , c) the name of a file containing a list if
usernames, and b) the name of a file containing a list of word/phrases
to be used as passwords.

The program should then attempt to authenticate itself to the Telnet
server via trying every password for every username. The program
should report when it is successful.

Please help me.... And as I am new to all this please post step by
step instructions...
That is funny !

Feb 11 '07 #2

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well, this sounds funn.

1) dont expect someone to do your homework.
2) dont expect someone to do dirty homework
3) dont expect someone to do your home work especially when it's
something that could make you problems, or the person that is helping
you
4) from your message i can "read" that you need the application, and
not some knowledge. I don't know what other guys here think about it,
if my opinion can considered, you are on your own.

i suggest you take a python tutorial and learn how to do it yourself.
This situation stinks.


On Feb 11, 8:40 pm, "darren112" <darren11...@yahoo.co.ukwrote:
Hi Im new to python and I desperately need help with this task....
This is everything of what I need to do.......

The program to be written in Python obviously......

The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.

The python program is required to take four parameters: a) the IP
address of a Computer, b) the port number that the Telnet server is
running on the computer , c) the name of a file containing a list if
usernames, and b) the name of a file containing a list of word/phrases
to be used as passwords.

The program should then attempt to authenticate itself to the Telnet
server via trying every password for every username. The program
should report when it is successful.

Please help me.... And as I am new to all this please post step by
step instructions...

Feb 11 '07 #3

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On Sunday 11 February 2007 13:40, darren112 wrote:
Hi Im new to python and I desperately need help with this task....
This is everything of what I need to do.......

The program to be written in Python obviously......

The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.

The python program is required to take four parameters: a) the IP
address of a Computer, b) the port number that the Telnet server is
running on the computer , c) the name of a file containing a list if
usernames, and b) the name of a file containing a list of word/phrases
to be used as passwords.

The program should then attempt to authenticate itself to the Telnet
server via trying every password for every username. The program
should report when it is successful.

Please help me.... And as I am new to all this please post step by
step instructions...
/me points and laughs at you. Hahahahaha, stupid script kiddie. Get a life.
Feb 11 '07 #4

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En Sun, 11 Feb 2007 16:40:45 -0300, darren112 <da*********@yahoo.co.uk>
escribió:
The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.
You should first read the Python Tutorial. After you get proficient with
the basic programming structures, reading and writing files, networking,
then use the telnetlib module (included with the standard Python library)
to write your program. Depending on your previous experience and daily
time, that might take from a couple days to one or two months.

--
Gabriel Genellina

Feb 11 '07 #5

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Feb 11 '07 #6

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darren112 wrote:
Hi Im new to python and I desperately need help with this task....
This is everything of what I need to do.......

The program to be written in Python obviously......

The program should support brute-forcing of the authentication process
for a Telnet server via a dictionary attack.

The python program is required to take four parameters: a) the IP
address of a Computer, b) the port number that the Telnet server is
running on the computer , c) the name of a file containing a list if
usernames, and b) the name of a file containing a list of word/phrases
to be used as passwords.

The program should then attempt to authenticate itself to the Telnet
server via trying every password for every username. The program
should report when it is successful.

Please help me.... And as I am new to all this please post step by
step instructions...
I'm guessing this is a troll rather than a script kiddy. It seems more
like bait than an "honest" question.
Feb 12 '07 #7

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