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Using smbbf
From: dissolved () comcast net
Date: Wed, 28 Sep 2005 18:05:38 +0000

Hi, I'm trying to password audit a windows 2000 machine across the network. 
I'm using smbbf to do this (windows version).  Here is the issue I am having:
The syntax I'm using is:
Smbbf -i -u userlist.txt -p passwords.txt -v
This appears to do a dictionary attack, when I really wanted to do a brute 
force. I already know the passwords on the target machine, and they are not 
dictionary words. 
Is there a way to make smbbf use every keystroke, instead of reading from a 
password file like I have done above? If not, can someone recommend a free tool 
that can accomplish this?

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