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when i attempt to use Ncrack with the syntax:

ncrack -p 22 -user MyUserName -P passwords.txt MyIPAdress

I am hit with the error:

bad string length 361355397buffer_get_string: buffer error

And google shows no results for this error string so im a little stuck.

Does anyone know what this error message means and how I would go about rectifying it? For context: I was attempting a Dictionary Bruteforce attack on port 22 (SSH protocol) using a password list to test the security of one of my devices.

Thanks in advance.

  • This is a question for Ncrack support. – Simon Oct 5 '15 at 11:58
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This is a known bug and it has been fixed on the latest Ncrack version, which is available on svn:

https://nmap.org/ncrack/#svn

  • I am the author of Ncrack
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    Might be worth mentioning you're a developer on this, maybe give a little more information, and of course, update once its fixed. – Journeyman Geek Oct 22 '15 at 11:16
  • It is obvious I am a developer on this, since I mentioned that I am currently working on it. I will of course update my answer once it is fixed. – Fotis Hantzis Oct 23 '15 at 12:59

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