Patator is a multi-purpose brute-forcer tool with a modular design.

It is written in Python and aims to provide a versatile tool for launching brute force attacks against various protocols and services.

Patator's capabilities extend to cracking passwords, testing network devices, and web applications for vulnerabilities.

Its strength lies in its flexibility, allowing users to customize attacks using external scripts and leveraging a wide range of modules for different services such as FTP, SSH, SMTP, and more.

Key Features of Patator

  • Modular Design: Patator's architecture is modular, allowing it to easily extend support for new protocols and services through external scripts.

  • Wide Range of Supported Protocols: It can perform brute force attacks on a variety of services including but not limited to FTP, SSH, SMTP, SQL databases, and web applications.

  • Flexible and Customizable: Offers flexibility in crafting attack vectors, enabling users to adjust payloads, encryption methods, and authentication mechanisms to suit specific targets.

  • High Degree of Versatility: Not limited to password cracking, Patator can also be used for discovering hidden resources like directories and files on web servers.

  • User-friendly Interface: Despite its powerful capabilities, Patator has a straightforward command-line interface that eases the learning curve for new users.

  • Open Source: Being open source, it evolves with contributions from the cybersecurity community, ensuring up-to-date techniques against modern security defenses.

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