01 February 2011 | 19,861 views

NiX Brute Force – Parallel Log-in Brute Forcing/Password Cracking Tool

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NiX Brute Forcer is a tool that uses brute force in parallel to log into a system without having authentication credentials beforehand. This tool is intended to demonstrate the importance of choosing strong passwords. The goal of NiX is to support a variety of services that allow remote authentication such as: MySQL, SSH, FTP, IMAP. It is based on NiX Proxy Checker.


  • Basic Authorization & FORM support in both standard and HTTPS (SSL) mode
  • HTTP/SOCKS 4 and 5 proxy support
  • FORM auto-detection & Manual FORM input configuration.
  • It is multi-threaded
  • Wordlist shuffling via macros
  • Auto-removal of dead or unreliable proxy and when site protection mechanism blocks the proxy
  • Integrated proxy randomization to defeat certain protection mechanisms
  • With Success and Failure Keys results are 99% accurate
  • Advanced coding and timeout settings makes it outperform any other brute forcer

The full changelog including the latest version is here.

You can download NiX Brute Force here:


Or read more here.


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4 Responses to “NiX Brute Force – Parallel Log-in Brute Forcing/Password Cracking Tool”

  1. lawrence 15 February 2011 at 5:14 am Permalink

    i do like all the tools you provide are very good tools

  2. NIX 19 February 2011 at 12:51 pm Permalink

    Thanks, happy to hear positive feedback. Needless to say, I have put a good amount of my time on those tools.

    There will be updates as soon as I have time.

  3. Anonymous 20 February 2011 at 2:02 pm Permalink

    [*] Initializing…

    [+] Mode: STD Brute type: BASIC Timeout: 20 Retries: 4 Retry delay: 4 sec. Threads: 10
    [+] Going to brute with 3 proxies and 24020 combos… approximately 8006 requests per proxy.

    [-] Error: RAMDISK/TMP

    Any suggestion?

    • NIX 2 March 2011 at 6:31 pm Permalink

      A new version (1.1.2) has been released yesterday which fixes the above error. I forgot to disable the ramdisk requirement for the release version which is actually otherwise exactly the same as my development version. Download a new version from http://myproxylists.com/nix-brute-force

      Here’s CHANGELOG for 1.1.2

      Headers were fixed in non-SSL FORM mode when using a SQUID proxy.
      Site and proxy protection mechanism detection was improved.

      If a cookie is received from the site in BASIC AUTH mode, it is now
      considered a possible “HIT”, regardless of a reply or success and failure

      A “days left information” was added to the estimated time left function. The default configuration file now has better examples

      PS. The next version will have new protocols supported. Im quite busy with various other projects and work though.

      You may want also try out NiX Proxy Checker: http://myproxylists.com/proxy-checker

      I can assure it’s the most reliable proxy checker out there with good features ;)

      Im not monitoring this thread that often, if you think you have found an error, you should in first place contact me using the email address listed at my site.

      That email box is monitored usually many times daily.