Tool Documentation:

statsgen Usage Example

Generate statistics for passwords with a length of 10 (–minlength=10 –maxlength=10) contained in the rockyou wordlist (rockyou.txt):

[email protected]:~# statsgen --minlength=10 --maxlength=10 rockyou.txt
                       _
     StatsGen 0.0.3   | |
      _ __   __ _  ___| | _
     | '_ \ / _` |/ __| |/ /
     | |_) | (_| | (__|   <
     | .__/ \__,_|\___|_|\_\
     | |
     |_| [email protected]


[*] Analyzing passwords in [rockyou.txt]
[+] Analyzing 14% (2013695/14344391) of passwords
    NOTE: Statistics below is relative to the number of analyzed passwords, not total number of passwords

[*] Length:
[+]                        10: 100% (2013695)

[*] Character-set:
[+]             loweralphanum: 41% (836160)
[+]                   numeric: 23% (478196)
[+]                loweralpha: 20% (416939)
[+]      loweralphaspecialnum: 02% (59911)
[+]         loweralphaspecial: 02% (55761)
[+]             mixedalphanum: 02% (54198)
[+]             upperalphanum: 02% (47430)
[+]                upperalpha: 00% (19723)
[+]                mixedalpha: 00% (15460)
[+]                       all: 00% (9015)
[+]         mixedalphaspecial: 00% (6856)
[+]                specialnum: 00% (6685)
[+]      upperalphaspecialnum: 00% (3698)
[+]         upperalphaspecial: 00% (3459)
[+]                   special: 00% (204)

[*] Password complexity:
[+]                     digit: min(0) max(10)
[+]                     lower: min(0) max(10)
[+]                     upper: min(0) max(10)
[+]                   special: min(0) max(10)

[*] Simple Masks:
[+]               stringdigit: 37% (750938)
[+]                     digit: 23% (478196)
[+]                    string: 22% (452122)
[+]               digitstring: 03% (78963)
[+]                 othermask: 03% (67762)
[+]         stringdigitstring: 02% (59783)
[+]       stringspecialstring: 01% (33173)
[+]        stringspecialdigit: 01% (25293)
[+]             stringspecial: 01% (22207)
[+]          digitstringdigit: 00% (17290)
[+]        stringdigitspecial: 00% (12563)
[+]      specialstringspecial: 00% (3463)
[+]        digitspecialstring: 00% (2406)
[+]             specialstring: 00% (1773)
[+]        digitstringspecial: 00% (1621)
[+]        specialstringdigit: 00% (1468)
[+]        specialdigitstring: 00% (1225)
[+]         digitspecialdigit: 00% (1185)
[+]              digitspecial: 00% (1183)
[+]       specialdigitspecial: 00% (515)
[+]              specialdigit: 00% (362)
[+]                   special: 00% (204)

[*] Advanced Masks:
[+]      ?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d?d: 23% (478196)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l: 20% (416939)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?d?d: 10% (213109)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?l?l?d?d?d?d: 07% (160592)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?d: 06% (129823)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?l?l?l?d?d?d: 04% (87611)
[+]      ?l?l?l?l?d?d?d?d?d?d: 01% (33277)

policygen Usage Example

Generate Hashcat masks with a length of 8 (–length=8) and containing at least 1 uppercase letter (–minupper 1) and at least 1 digit (–mindigit 1), saving the masks to a file (-o complexity.hcmask):

[email protected]:~# policygen --length=8 --minupper 1 --mindigit 1 -o complexity.hcmask
[*] Password policy:
[+] Password length: 8
[+] Minimum strength: lower: 0, upper: 1, digits: 1, special: 0
[+] Maximum strength: lower: 8, upper: 8, digits: 8, special: 8
[*] Total Masks:  65536 Runtime: [76d|1834h|110078m|6604680s]
[*] Policy Masks: 52670 Runtime: [40d|977h|58659m|3519568s]
[email protected]:~# head complexity.hcmask
?l?l?l?l?l?l?u?d
?l?l?l?l?l?l?d?u
?l?l?l?l?l?u?l?d
?l?l?l?l?l?u?u?d
?l?l?l?l?l?u?d?l
?l?l?l?l?l?u?d?u
?l?l?l?l?l?u?d?d
?l?l?l?l?l?u?d?s
?l?l?l?l?l?u?s?d
?l?l?l?l?l?d?l?u


Packages and Binaries:

pack

PACK was developed in order to aid in a password cracking competition “Crack Me If You Can” that occurred during Defcon 2010. The goal of this toolkit is to aid in preparation for the “better than bruteforce” password attacks by analyzing common ways that people create passwords. After the analysis stage, the statistical database can be used to generate attack masks for tools such as oclHashcat.

NOTE: This tool itself can not crack passwords, but helps other tools crack more passwords faster.

Installed size: 110 KB
How to install: sudo apt install pack

Dependencies:
  • kali-defaults
  • python3
  • python3-enchant
dictstat
[email protected]:~# dictstat -h
┏━(Message from Kali developers)
┃
┃ The command dictstat is deprecated. Please use statsgen instead.
┃
┗━

jpackage

Tool for packaging self-contained Java applications.

[email protected]:~# jpackage -h
Usage: jpackage <options>

Sample usages:
--------------
    Generate an application package suitable for the host system:
        For a modular application:
            jpackage -n name -p modulePath -m moduleName/className
        For a non-modular application:
            jpackage -i inputDir -n name \
                --main-class className --main-jar myJar.jar
        From a pre-built application image:
            jpackage -n name --app-image appImageDir
    Generate an application image:
        For a modular application:
            jpackage --type app-image -n name -p modulePath \
                -m moduleName/className
        For a non-modular application:
            jpackage --type app-image -i inputDir -n name \
                --main-class className --main-jar myJar.jar
        To provide your own options to jlink, run jlink separately:
            jlink --output appRuntimeImage -p modulePath \
                --add-modules moduleName \
                --no-header-files [<additional jlink options>...]
            jpackage --type app-image -n name \
                -m moduleName/className --runtime-image appRuntimeImage
    Generate a Java runtime package:
        jpackage -n name --runtime-image <runtime-image>

Generic Options:
  @<filename> 
          Read options and/or mode from a file 
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --type -t <type> 
          The type of package to create
          Valid values are: {"app-image", "rpm", "deb"} 
          If this option is not specified a platform dependent
          default type will be created.
  --app-version <version>
          Version of the application and/or package
  --copyright <copyright string>
          Copyright for the application
  --description <description string>
          Description of the application
  --help -h 
          Print the usage text with a list and description of each valid
          option for the current platform to the output stream, and exit
  --icon <file path>
          Path of the icon of the application package
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
  --name -n <name>
          Name of the application and/or package
  --dest -d <destination path>
          Path where generated output file is placed
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          Defaults to the current working directory.
  --temp <directory path>
          Path of a new or empty directory used to create temporary files
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          If specified, the temp dir will not be removed upon the task
          completion and must be removed manually.
          If not specified, a temporary directory will be created and
          removed upon the task completion.
  --vendor <vendor string>
          Vendor of the application
  --verbose
          Enables verbose output
  --version
          Print the product version to the output stream and exit.

Options for creating the runtime image:
  --add-modules <module name>[,<module name>...]
          A comma (",") separated list of modules to add
          This module list, along with the main module (if specified)
          will be passed to jlink as the --add-module argument.
          If not specified, either just the main module (if --module is
          specified), or the default set of modules (if --main-jar is 
          specified) are used.
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --module-path -p <module path>...
          A : separated list of paths
          Each path is either a directory of modules or the path to a
          modular jar.
          (Each path is absolute or relative to the current directory.)
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --jlink-options <jlink options> 
          A space separated list of options to pass to jlink 
          If not specified, defaults to "--strip-native-commands 
          --strip-debug --no-man-pages --no-header-files". 
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --runtime-image <directory path>
          Path of the predefined runtime image that will be copied into
          the application image
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          If --runtime-image is not specified, jpackage will run jlink to
          create the runtime image using options:
          --strip-debug, --no-header-files, --no-man-pages, and
          --strip-native-commands.

Options for creating the application image:
  --input -i <directory path>
          Path of the input directory that contains the files to be packaged
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          All files in the input directory will be packaged into the
          application image.

Options for creating the application launcher(s):
  --add-launcher <launcher name>=<file path>
          Name of launcher, and a path to a Properties file that contains
          a list of key, value pairs
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          The keys "module", "main-jar", "main-class",
          "arguments", "java-options", "app-version", "icon", and
          "win-console" can be used.
          These options are added to, or used to overwrite, the original
          command line options to build an additional alternative launcher.
          The main application launcher will be built from the command line
          options. Additional alternative launchers can be built using
          this option, and this option can be used multiple times to
          build multiple additional launchers. 
  --arguments <main class arguments>
          Command line arguments to pass to the main class if no command
          line arguments are given to the launcher
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --java-options <java options>
          Options to pass to the Java runtime
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --main-class <class name>
          Qualified name of the application main class to execute
          This option can only be used if --main-jar is specified.
  --main-jar <main jar file>
          The main JAR of the application; containing the main class
          (specified as a path relative to the input path)
          Either --module or --main-jar option can be specified but not
          both.
  --module -m <module name>[/<main class>]
          The main module (and optionally main class) of the application
          This module must be located on the module path.
          When this option is specified, the main module will be linked
          in the Java runtime image.  Either --module or --main-jar
          option can be specified but not both.

Options for creating the application package:
  --about-url <url>
          URL of the application's home page
  --app-image <directory path>
          Location of the predefined application image that is used
          to build an installable package
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
  --file-associations <file path>
          Path to a Properties file that contains list of key, value pairs
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          The keys "extension", "mime-type", "icon", and "description"
          can be used to describe the association.
          This option can be used multiple times.
  --install-dir <directory path>
          Absolute path of the installation directory of the application
  --license-file <file path>
          Path to the license file
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
  --resource-dir <directory path>
          Path to override jpackage resources
          Icons, template files, and other resources of jpackage can be
          over-ridden by adding replacement resources to this directory.
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
  --runtime-image <directory path>
          Path of the predefined runtime image to install
          (absolute path or relative to the current directory)
          Option is required when creating a runtime package.

Platform dependent options for creating the application package:
  --linux-package-name <package name>
          Name for Linux package, defaults to the application name
  --linux-deb-maintainer <email address>
          Maintainer for .deb package
  --linux-menu-group <menu-group-name>
          Menu group this application is placed in
  --linux-package-deps
          Required packages or capabilities for the application
  --linux-rpm-license-type <type string>
          Type of the license ("License: <value>" of the RPM .spec)
  --linux-app-release <release value>
          Release value of the RPM <name>.spec file or 
          Debian revision value of the DEB control file
  --linux-app-category <category value>
          Group value of the RPM <name>.spec file or 
          Section value of DEB control file
  --linux-shortcut
          Creates a shortcut for the application.


maskgen
[email protected]:~# maskgen -h
Usage: maskgen pass0.masks [pass1.masks ...] [options]

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -t 86400, --targettime=86400
                        Target time of all masks (seconds)
  -o masks.hcmask, --outputmasks=masks.hcmask
                        Save masks to a file
  --showmasks           Show matching masks

  Individual Mask Filter Options:
    --minlength=8       Minimum password length
    --maxlength=8       Maximum password length
    --mintime=3600      Minimum mask runtime (seconds)
    --maxtime=3600      Maximum mask runtime (seconds)
    --mincomplexity=1   Minimum complexity
    --maxcomplexity=100
                        Maximum complexity
    --minoccurrence=1   Minimum occurrence
    --maxoccurrence=100
                        Maximum occurrence

  Mask Sorting Options:
    --optindex          sort by mask optindex (default)
    --occurrence        sort by mask occurrence
    --complexity        sort by mask complexity

  Check mask coverage:
    --checkmasks=?u?l?l?l?l?l?d,?l?l?l?l?l?d?d
                        check mask coverage
    --checkmasksfile=masks.hcmask
                        check mask coverage in a file

  Miscellaneous options:
    --pps=1000000000    Passwords per Second
    -q, --quiet         Don't show headers.

pack200

Packages a JAR file into a compressed pack200 file for web deployment.

[email protected]:~# pack200 -h

Warning: The pack200 tool is deprecated, and is planned for removal in a future JDK release.

Usage:  pack200 [-opt... | --option=value]... x.pack[.gz] y.jar

Packing Options
  -r, --repack                    repack or normalize a jar, suitable for 
                                  signing with jarsigner
  -g, --no-gzip                   output a plain pack file, suitable to be
                                  compressed with a file compression utility
  --gzip                          (default) post compress the pack output
                                  with gzip
  -G, --strip-debug               remove debugging attributes (SourceFile,
                                  LineNumberTable, LocalVariableTable
                                  and LocalVariableTypeTable) while packing
  -O, --no-keep-file-order        do not transmit file ordering information
  --keep-file-order               (default) preserve input file ordering
  -S{N}, --segment-limit={N}      limit segment sizes (default unlimited)
  -E{N}, --effort={N}             packing effort (default N=5)
  -H{h}, --deflate-hint={h}       transmit deflate hint: true, false,
                                  or keep (default)
  -m{V}, --modification-time={V}  transmit modtimes: latest or keep (default)
  -P{F}, --pass-file={F}          transmit the given input element(s) unchanged
  -U{a}, --unknown-attribute={a}  unknown attribute action: error, strip,
                                  or pass (default)
  -C{N}={L}, --class-attribute={N}={L}  (user-defined attribute)
  -F{N}={L}, --field-attribute={N}={L}  (user-defined attribute)
  -M{N}={L}, --method-attribute={N}={L} (user-defined attribute)
  -D{N}={L}, --code-attribute={N}={L}   (user-defined attribute)
  -f{F}, --config-file={F}        read file F for Pack200.Packer properties
  -v, --verbose                   increase program verbosity
  -q, --quiet                     set verbosity to lowest level
  -l{F}, --log-file={F}           output to the given log file, 
                                  or '-' for System.out
  -?, -h, --help                  print this help message
  -V, --version                   print program version
  -J{X}                           pass option X to underlying Java VM

Notes:
  The -P, -C, -F, -M, and -D options accumulate.
  Example attribute definition:  -C SourceFile=RUH .
  Config. file properties are defined by the Pack200 API.
  For meaning of -S, -E, -H-, -m, -U values, see Pack200 API.
  Layout definitions (like RUH) are defined by JSR 200.

Repacking mode updates the JAR file with a pack/unpack cycle:
    pack200 [-r|--repack] [-opt | --option=value]... [repackedy.jar] y.jar


Exit Status:
  0 if successful, >0 if an error occurred

Warning: The pack200 tool is deprecated, and is planned for removal in a future JDK release.


policygen
[email protected]:~# policygen -h
Usage: policygen [options]

Type --help for more options

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -o masks.hcmask, --outputmasks=masks.hcmask
                        Save masks to a file
  --pps=1000000000      Passwords per Second
  --showmasks           Show matching masks
  --noncompliant        Generate masks for noncompliant passwords
  -q, --quiet           Don't show headers.

  Password Policy:
    Define the minimum (or maximum) password strength policy that you
    would like to test

    --minlength=8       Minimum password length
    --maxlength=8       Maximum password length
    --mindigit=1        Minimum number of digits
    --minlower=1        Minimum number of lower-case characters
    --minupper=1        Minimum number of upper-case characters
    --minspecial=1      Minimum number of special characters
    --maxdigit=3        Maximum number of digits
    --maxlower=3        Maximum number of lower-case characters
    --maxupper=3        Maximum number of upper-case characters
    --maxspecial=3      Maximum number of special characters

rulegen
[email protected]:~# rulegen -h
Usage: rulegen [options] passwords.txt

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -b rockyou, --basename=rockyou
                        Output base name. The following files will be
                        generated: basename.words, basename.rules and
                        basename.stats
  -w wiki.dict, --wordlist=wiki.dict
                        Use a custom wordlist for rule analysis.
  -q, --quiet           Don't show headers.
  --threads=THREADS     Parallel threads to use for processing.

  Fine tune source word generation::
    --maxworddist=10    Maximum word edit distance (Levenshtein)
    --maxwords=5        Maximum number of source word candidates to consider
    --morewords         Consider suboptimal source word candidates
    --simplewords       Generate simple source words for given passwords

  Fine tune rule generation::
    --maxrulelen=10     Maximum number of operations in a single rule
    --maxrules=5        Maximum number of rules to consider
    --morerules         Generate suboptimal rules
    --simplerules       Generate simple rules insert,delete,replace
    --bruterules        Bruteforce reversal and rotation rules (slow)

  Fine tune spell checker engine::
    --providers=aspell,myspell
                        Comma-separated list of provider engines

  Debuggin options::
    -v, --verbose       Show verbose information.
    -d, --debug         Debug rules.
    --password          Process the last argument as a password not a file.
    --word=Password     Use a custom word for rule analysis
    --hashcat           Test generated rules with hashcat-cli

statsgen
[email protected]:~# statsgen -h
Usage: statsgen [options] passwords.txt

Type --help for more options

Options:
  --version             show program's version number and exit
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -o password.masks, --output=password.masks
                        Save masks and stats to a file
  --hiderare            Hide statistics covering less than 1% of the sample
  -q, --quiet           Don't show headers.

  Password Filters:
    --minlength=8       Minimum password length
    --maxlength=8       Maximum password length
    --charset=loweralpha,numeric
                        Password charset filter (comma separated)
    --simplemask=stringdigit,allspecial
                        Password mask filter (comma separated)

unpack200

Transforms a packed file produced by pack200(1) into a JAR file for web deployment.

[email protected]:~# unpack200 -h

Warning: The unpack200 tool is deprecated, and is planned for removal in a future JDK release.

Usage:  unpack200 [-opt... | --option=value]... x.pack[.gz] y.jar

Unpacking Options
  -H{h}, --deflate-hint={h}     override transmitted deflate hint:
                                true, false, or keep (default)
  -r, --remove-pack-file        remove input file after unpacking
  -v, --verbose                 increase program verbosity
  -q, --quiet                   set verbosity to lowest level
  -l{F}, --log-file={F}         output to the given log file,
                                or '-' for standard output (default)
  -?, -h, --help                print this help message
  -V, --version                 print program version

Exit Status:
  0 if successful, >0 if an error occurred

Updated on: 2022-Nov-16