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       hydra - a very fast network logon cracker which support many different services


        [[[-l LOGIN|-L FILE] [-p PASS|-P FILE|-x OPT -y]] | [-C FILE]]
        [-e nsr] [-u] [-f|-F] [-M FILE] [-o FILE] [-b FORMAT]
        [-t TASKS] [-T TASKS] [-w TIME] [-W TIME] [-m OPTIONS] [-s PORT]
        [-c TIME] [-S] [-O] [-4|6] [-I] [-vV] [-d]
        server service [OPTIONS]


       Hydra  is  a  parallelized  login cracker which supports numerous protocols to attack. New
       modules are easy to add, beside that, it is flexible and very fast.

       This tool gives researchers and security consultants the possibility to show how  easy  it
       would be to gain unauthorized access from remote to a system.

       Currently this tool supports:
        adam6500 afp asterisk cisco cisco-enable cvs firebird ftp ftps
        http[s]-{head|get|post} http[s]-{get|post}-form http-proxy
        http-proxy-urlenum icq imap[s] irc ldap2[s]
        ldap3[-{cram|digest}md5][s] mssql mysql(v4) mysql5 ncp nntp
        oracle oracle-listener oracle-sid pcanywhere pcnfs pop3[s]
        postgres rdp redis rexec rlogin rpcap rsh rtsp s7-300 sapr3 sip
        smb smtp[s] smtp-enum snmp socks5 ssh sshkey svn teamspeak telnet[s]
        vmauthd vnc xmpp

        For most protocols SSL is supported (e.g. https-get, ftp-ssl, etc.).
        If not all necessary libraries are found during compile time, your
        available services will be less.
        Type "hydra" to see what is available.


       target a target to attack, can be an IPv4 address, IPv6 address or DNS name.

              a service to attack, see the list of protocols available

              Some modules have optional or mandatory options. type "hydra -U <servicename>"
               to get help on on the options of a service.

       -R     restore  a  previously  aborted session. Requires a hydra.restore file was written.
              Options are restored, but can be changed by setting them after -R  on  the  command

       -S     connect via SSL

       -O     use old SSL v2 and v3

       -s PORT
              if the service is on a different default port, define it here

       -l LOGIN
              or -L FILE login with LOGIN name, or load several logins from FILE

       -p PASS
              or -P FILE try password PASS, or load several passwords from FILE

       -x min:max:charset
              generate passwords from min to max length. charset can contain 1
               for numbers, a for lowcase and A for upcase characters.
               Any other character is added is put to the list.
                 Example: 1:2:a1%.
                 The generated passwords will be of length 1 to 2 and contain
                 lowcase letters, numbers and/or percent signs and dots.

       -y     disable use of symbols in -x bruteforce, see above

       -e nsr additional  checks,  "n"  for  null  password,  "s"  try login as pass, "r" try the
              reverse login as pass

       -C FILE
              colon separated "login:pass" format, instead of -L/-P options

       -u     by default Hydra checks all passwords for one login and then tries the next  login.
              This  option  loops  around  the  passwords,  so the first password is tried on all
              logins, then the next password.

       -f     exit after the first found login/password pair (per host if -M)

       -F     exit after the first found login/password pair for any host (for usage with -M)

       -M FILE
              server list for parallel attacks, one entry per line

       -o FILE
              write found login/password pairs to FILE instead of stdout

       -b FORMAT
              specify the format for the -o FILE: text(default), json, jsonv1

       -t TASKS
              run TASKS number of connects in parallel (default: 16)

       -m OPTIONS
              module specific options. See hydra -U <module> what options are available.

       -w TIME
              defines the max wait time in seconds for responses (default: 32)

       -W TIME
              defines a wait time between each connection a  task  performs.  This  usually  only
              makes sense if a low task number is used, .e.g -t 1

       -c TIME
              the  wait  time in seconds per login attempt over all threads (-t 1 is recommended)
              This usually only makes sense if a low task number is used, .e.g -t 1

       -4 / -6
              prefer IPv4 (default) or IPv6 addresses

       -v / -V
              verbose mode / show login+pass combination for each attempt

       -d     debug mode

       -I     ignore an existing restore file (don't wait 10 seconds)

       -h, --help
              Show summary of options.


       xhydra(1), pw-inspector(1).
       The programs are documented fully by van Hauser <>


       hydra was written by van Hauser / THC <>

       This manual page was written by Daniel Echeverry  <>,  for  the  Debian
       project (and may be used by others).

                                            01/03/2017                                   HYDRA(1)