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Re: brute-force with tsgrinder
From: "Flavio Toledo" <flavio.toledo () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2006 15:22:00 -0300

try hostname\\account
pay attention to double backslash

[]´s
Flavio Toledo

On 17 Aug 2006 22:14:53 -0000, nfanelli () empire edu <nfanelli () empire edu> wrote:
For those of you who are familiar with TSGRINDER, I would appreciate your help.


I having trouble compromising my remote machines.  The target devices are on a domain. I have the username 
(Local\Administrator) and typed the current password into the dictionary file (Wordlist.txt).  Then open a cmd-line, 
browse to my executable and type the following string:


tsgrinder.exe -w wordlist.txt -b -n 1 -D 8 192.168.x.x


A RDP session opens and attempts the passwords within my dictionary (the correct password is third down on my list) but when it 
trys the right password it responds with a "Failed"??


I checked the local administrator account to verify it was not locked out.  Not sure what else to try??


Any help is appreciated!

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