Orbitaldump is a simple multi-threaded distributed SSH brute-forcing tool written in Python.
When the script is executed without the
--proxies switch, it acts just like any other multi-threaded SSH brute-forcing scripts. When the
--proxies switch is added, the script pulls a list (usually thousands) of SOCKS4 proxies from ProxyScrape and launch all brute-force attacks over the SOCKS4 proxies so brute-force attempts will be less likely to be rate-limited by the target host.
You can install OrbitalDump through pip.
pip install -U –user orbitaldump
Alternatively, you can clone this repository and run the source code directly.
git clone https://github.com/k4yt3x/orbitaldump.git
python -m orbitaldump
A simple usage is shown below. This command below:
-t 10: launch 10 brute-forcing threads
-u usernames.txt: read usernames from usernames.txt (one username per line)
-p passwords.txt: read passwords from passwords.txt (one password per line)
-h example.com: set brute-forcing target to
--proxies: launch attacks over proxies from ProxyScrape
python -m orbitaldump -t 10 -u usernames.txt -p passwords.txt -h example.com –proxies
You can obtain the full usages by executing OrbitalDump with the
--help switch. The section below might be out-of-date.
usage: orbitaldump [–help] [-t THREADS] [-u USERNAME] [-p PASSWORD] -h HOSTNAME [–port PORT] [–timeout TIMEOUT] [–proxies]
–help show this help message and exit
-t THREADS, –threads THREADS
number of threads to use (default: 5)
-u USERNAME, –username USERNAME
username file path (default: None)
-p PASSWORD, –password PASSWORD
password file path (default: None)
-h HOSTNAME, –hostname HOSTNAME
target hostname (default: None)
–port PORT target port (default: 22)
–timeout TIMEOUT SSH timeout (default: 6)
–proxies use SOCKS proxies from ProxyScrape (default: False)