Piggy is yet another tool for performing online password guessing against Microsoft SQL servers.
It supports scanning multiple servers using a dictionary file or a file with predefined accounts (username and password combinations).
It’s a pretty simple tool and has a Win32 binary verson – it is a command line tool however.
Piggy v1.0.1 by firstname.lastname@example.org
usage: piggy [options]
-u [username] - Single username
-p [password] - Single password
-s [server] - Single server
-S [srvfile] - File containing ip/hostnames
-D [dicfile] - File containing passwords
-A [accounts] - File containing username;password combinations
-N - Do not check availability before scan
-v verbose - Verbose logging
You can download it here:
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