Bruteforce Password Guesser (I'm back)
Snowytrack (192)

After arduous nights and days wondering whether I should code another program, I'm back.

Bruteforce Password Guesser!

How it works:


You input a 4-lettered password that you want the computer to guess.

Press enter, and the computer will automatically get cracking at it.

Note: This program does take a long time since it is Bruteforce lol and it does it randomly each time. The amounts of passwords guessed can reach 100 million and more!

Edit: OMG Thanks for all of the support I’ve been getting on this repl recently! 56 upvotes is insane, so thank you so much!

Enjoy!

Also, my programs usually don't get a ton of upvotes, and I work really hard on them, so if you enjoy my program, make sure to upvote; its free, and it motivates me a ton!

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NoNameByProgram (114)

Nice! Also, try the itertools modules for future projects. Here's a design I made with it: https://repl.it/@NoNameByProgram/PIN-Cracker (not advertising)

Snowytrack (192)

@NoNameByProgram ok! Will check it out next time! Thanks!

FishingFights (194)

@NoNameByProgram yeah his approach by guessing each char randomly is not exactly efficient to say the least

Snowytrack (192)

@FishingFights Yea this was actually my first try lol. Thanks for the feedback though!

AJDevelopment (60)

@Snowytrack i typed in AJDevelopment2936 (not my real password) and its at 44000 tries.

RahulChoubey1 (29)

@Snowytrack I agree with @FishingFights. It might guess the same thing twice, or every time if you're astronomically unlucky.

RahulChoubey1 (29)

Also, my PIN contains a space, so…

AJDevelopment (60)

@AJDevelopment

Something tells me, I'm going to be here for around 49 billion years

RahulChoubey1 (29)

@NoNameByProgram um… my password is "nope" and already 200000 tries.

RahulChoubey1 (29)

@NoNameByProgram when you think that ____ is insecure and the thingo is still running after an hour

RahulChoubey1 (29)

@NoNameByProgram also, line 11 can be changed to clear = replit.clear which is shorter and more readable

Snowytrack (192)

@RahulChoubey1 lmao the algorithm wasn't really good, even I admit it. If I had done a linear algorithm instead of random alrogithm it probably would've been faster. But, I didn't wanna spend like 4 hours researching on how to make a linear algorithm, so I had to stick with randomness.

RahulChoubey1 (29)

@Snowytrack do you want an example? just give criteria

NoNameByProgram (114)

@RahulChoubey1 ...that's the point of brute force

NoNameByProgram (114)

@Snowytrack at least i added memory (a list containing the passwords guessed)