Message from C, C++ talks

June 2019

— If you want...you can implement it...
In the process, i will learn something new...:p

— I don't know how it works

— Thanks for cmake and spdlog...
Boost will too heavy, I am thinking of using cxxopts (header-only)

— If you have a basic idea about it...we can work on it together

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Boost usually comes already installed in linux distributions. Also, you only have to use one of the modules

— Yep, we can

— Is Boost used in industry?

— I have heard some debate on the subject

— There're some boost libraries that are really good (hana, fusion, signals2, multi_index...), but some others are quite outdated and need a good refactoring and new APIs

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— Thanks. will look into it.

— Hey

— Good try,My humble comment

— Int main()
{
SSHBrute conn("localhost"); //read ip as an argument
vector<string> username = readFile("username.txt"); //give realtime username input instead of reading from file
vector<string> password = readFile("password.txt"); // provide an excrypted list of password and use a decrypting algorithm and return the list
for (int i = 0; i < username.size(); i++) {
conn.setUser(username[i]);
conn.connect(password);
}
return 0;

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— Thank you for your input.
host IP and username.txt will be passed as command line argument (that is in my todo list)

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— And this is a password cracker, i don't see why my password list should be encrypted