Simple bruteforce app made in Python for Windows 10. Originally conceived as a clipboard-based utility, bruteboard has since been simplified to a tiny Python app.
Using Make, run
make setup to install dependancies with pip.
make run to run without setup or cleanup steps, or
make all to fresh install
- Manually use
- To change the app name (default is Firefox), provide an app name in the
brute.force() method location in
- To change the cooldown between each keypress (default is 0.2 sec), provide a cooldown in the
brute.force() method located in
- To change what keys are sent (default is every number for 0-2000), change the
make() method located in
Note: you can always interrupt bruteboard by pressing CONTROL+C in the command prompt window.
- Improve bruterunner to work as a dependancy injection system, taking in the helper, maker, client, and tower as params
- Allow for complex configuration within the
run.py file itself, taking in numerous options:
- Customize app name
- Customize cooldown
- Customize bruteforce item generation (what keypresses get sent) by supplying a method or closure
- Enlist the brutetower to find a specific app by name
- Choose an app from a list of running processes using brutetower
- Create basic UI using Python-based libraries
- Create cross-platform Makefile and
brutetower to support Mac OS X, Linux