Due to the high number of requests, I have decided to release a fully
usable version of HTTPBruteForcer, the free and easy to use web-based
login forms' bruteforcer for Windows.
HTTP BruteForcer is a tool designed for webmasters, programmers and
websites administrators, or pentesters, to perfom a password strength
check against a simple web login form.
The old demo version was limited to a limited built-in wordlist.
The new public version let you use a custom wordlist. (
https://www.securinfos.info/wordlists-dictionnaires.php or default
Download link and video demonstration:
-- IMPORTANT NOTES --
HTTPBruteForcer requires Internet Explorer (IE WebBrowser ActiveX)
* This version has some limitations...
* It doesn't include proxys' support
* It doesn't support threads
* It doesn't include the "login-name" bruteforce functionnality
* Sources are not publicly available
-- HOW TO PROTECT YOUR WEBSITE AGAINST BRUTE FORCE ATTACKS --
To protect your websites against such attacks, we'll release soon a
Anyway, programmers *must* use:
- Best programming practices (avoiding SQL Injection, XSS
vulnerabilities, user-supplied inputs checks, etc)
- Complexity for all and both users logins and passwords
- Max counter of logins attempts
-- DISCLAIMER --
Use this software at your own risks.
This software is provided "AS IS" and without warranty of any kind to
the extend allowed by the applicable law.
This software must only be used against your own website or with the
agreement of the owner of a website.
The author of this software does not warrant and does not assume any
responsibility concerning the use of this software.
The author can not be held responsible in case of illegal use of this
The user is the only responsible from their use. The author would not be
liable for any kind of damages, direct or indirect, resulting from a bad
use of this software.
Have a nice week-end.
HTTPBruteForcer is coded by Jerome Athias, webmaster of
https://www.securinfos.info (One of the most famous french IT security
related website ;p).
HTTPBruteForcer is provided by JA-PSI, new French IT Security Company,