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Date: Sat Nov 13 2010 - 15:31:44 CST
In all fairness I do use proxychains for all of my proxy randomization and all that kind of stuff if I need it. That way it's consistent regardless of what I throw at it, even tools without random proxy chaining like nmap and hydra.
Good job coding it though, I can't imagine that was easy.
On Nov 13, 2010, at 3:36 PM, nixmyproxylists.com wrote:
>> Le vendredi 12 novembre 2010 Ã 21:47 +0200, nixmyproxylists.com a
>> Ã©crit :
>>> Where is for example FORM auto-detection for those
>>> other tools? Where is SOCKS4 proxy support? Where is proxy
>>> Where is logic to drop dead proxies? Where is logic for
>> Then, you should have started by that, it is that simple.
>> We are all busy and you can't expect anyone to even have a look on your
>> tool or link if you don't highlight how different it is from others or
>> why you did it.
>> As far as I am concerned, these features may be nice, but I don't need
>> them and will stick to Medusa for the brute force tests I run from time
>> to time (ie not often, a few times a year at most).
>> But, to make it clear, it is just my personal opinion, I am not saying
>> that your tool is not interesting or useless.
> I just gave a test-run for Hydra against my own site and noticed:
> It does support only single proxy, any site that has even a bit protection
> will defeat it. NiX does support HTTP/SOCKS4/SOCKS5 (as much as you have
> working proxies) with randomization etc. This is significant advantage
> over any other tool.
> I have worked 1.5 months constantly on NiX, after i have had a little
> break. I will implement support for other major protocols which is now
> really easy after having otherwise working engine.
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