How to install hydra tool on Termux Application

install hydra tool on termux – In this article, I’m going to teach you how to install the Hydra tool on termux application. Before that, you should know what is hydra?

What is Hydra?

Hydra is one of the best tools for a brute-force attack with an HTTP login page and an FTP login page. this tool can able to do penetration testing and crack the open ports. But this tool is available for only some limited devices like Linux and Debian-based devices.

How to install the hydra tool?

  1. Android version 5.0 and above
  2. 500 MB of SD-card storage
  3. Rooted devices
  4. 50 MB internet data

 

  1. Get ftp server password
  2. Get HTTP server password
  3. Brute-force attack

Step 1:

First, you need to update your termux so type The below commands on your termux.

				
					apt-get update
apt-get upgrade
				
			

Step 2:

After updating The termux Install some basic package on your termux

				
					apt install -y python php curl wget git nano
				
			

Step 3:

Now clone the hydra tool on your terminal so type the below command on your termux terminal.

				
					git clone https://github.com/vanhauser-thc/thc-hydra
				
			

Step 4:

Once you download the hydra package then change your directory root to hydra 

				
					cd thc-hydra
				
			

Step 5:

After completion of the above, all steps help you to install the hydra tool on your termux so now execute the hydra tool installation

				
					./configure
make
make install
				
			

Once complete the hydra installation process then execute the hydra script so type the below command on your termux

				
					./hydra -h
				
			
how to install hydra tool on termux application

Now the hydra installation process was completed. If you think the installation process is too long try this single command to install the hydra tool on your termux application

				
					apt install hydra
				
			
hydra -l admin -p password ftp://localhost/
hydra -L default_logins.txt -p test ftp://localhost/
hydra -l admin -P common_passwords.txt ftp://localhost/
hydra -L logins.txt -P passwords.txt ftp://localhost/

sudo apt-get install hydra

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