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PPP authentication brute-force attack?
From: Matheus Michels <matheusf_michels () hotmail com>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 19:14:49 +0000


Does anybody know a tool to perform brute force or dictionary attacks against a PPP (PAP and/or CHAP) authentication 
server? Yes, I'm very familiar with Hydra, but neither it nor Medusa have support for PPP.

I know that such a tool would actually call pppd to perform the attack. So, I even tried to write a shell script to 
read passwords from a file and call pppd for each one, but as I'm a very bad programmer I could not make nothing useful 
:(

In my case, I'm trying to audit an PPPoE PAP server.

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