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No problem, I am putting the prog in the atacch files. Linux

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I'm not helping you any more until you tell me what you want with ssh password bruteforcing.
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Hey, dont blame me! You wantet to see what I was doing, I dident ask you to help me with breaking any laws ! And I have never been speaking about doing it eather. If I had some ellyligal thing in my mind, do you think that I would be that stupid to let you know what it was? As you now, I am new to UNIX/Linux. Ok this was first step. Secound, I have a ubunt verson to (on my laptop am I running sabayon) on a nother computer. On this if you choose Synapic Pakket Hånterer ( I dont know what this is in egnlish, I am using a norwegian one (yes now you know witch contry I am frome ) ) then can you choose a file named SSH in here search for it, This will give your computer the allibilti to be a SSH server. And so, am I wery courius how you can break this code and how long it takes for differnts codes and if it works. And if it works. How can I trace the people that are doing this. The best way to learn is to do it. So whats wrong about trying to crack your own computer. If you dont trust me then fine... Then I just have to look another place for help.

But thanks if you trust me and help me...
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Hey, dont blame me! You wantet to see what I was doing
If you'd posted your intent in the OP, and your previous OP, nobody would have questioned it. As is, this is the first time you've ever said anything about what you're actually doing, and then only because I made you. I'm not sure what to make of that.
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If I had some ellyligal thing in my mind, do you think that I would be that stupid to let you know what it was?
Precisely the problem.
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And so, am I wery courius how you can break this code and how long it takes for differnts codes and if it works.
How I've always seen it done is various combinations of "standard" users like 'root', 'test', and 'login' along with passwords from a dictionary file. Plain brute force. Half the time the users they try to login with don't even exist on my machine. Use complicated passwords that aren't dictionary words and you'll be pretty safe.
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I'm not flaming you, and it's hardly just for fun.
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I see no problem, Linux
But can you tell me how I am supose to
install files in linux?

NB: I dont tell if you dont ask. Thats how the most thing in this world work. Linux
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hast5, we have some rules here and we expect you to follow them. One of the rules is:
(11) These are not hacker boards so hacker related posts will be promptly deleted or moderated.

Please, no discussions of password cracking software here. I will close this thread and remove the attached software.
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