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BruteNet Alpha 1.1.0 (WinNT) eng:

:What is it?

BruteNet is a system of the distributed calculations and distributed brute force operated by the program-server (server), which allows to lead the partition between the users' machines which have the client-program (bot) installed. The main goal of this version is the opportunity of distributing the line ranges between clients and the subsequent processing by a server of the results of the partition depending on the chosen plugin. BruteNet is the flexible tool due to an opportunity to use user extensions (plugins) in dynamic libraries.

:How will it look like?

Both client and server parts of the system are console applications, the key parameters of startup are transferred via command line. However the server part gives an opportunity of managing the current partition task via web-interface which allows to observe the brief statistics of the partition in a realtime mode by means of any web-browser.

:Functional capabilities

The resolvability of a certain partition task is equivalent to an opportunity of writing the necessary extension both for server and for client parts. The kernel of a server part of the system cares about the distribution of partition ranges, the maintenance of communication with the client part, and also the redistribution of ranges without losses, for instance upon the unexpected disconnection of one of the clients itself.

:How to use extensions?

The document about creating extensions for BruteNet will be ready quite soon. Currently the Pre-Alpha version has ready plugins for client and server parts intended to restore the line based on its md5-hash. For example use string "md5" at name of plugin.

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brute distribute md5 net parallel password

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