How Hackers Use Zydra to Crack Password-Protected Files

August 17, 2020 by 34 Comments

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Cyber Weapons Lab, Episode 183

PDFs and ZIP files can often contain a vast amount of useful and sensitive information, such as network diagrams, IP addresses, and login credentials. On this episode of Cyber Weapons Lab, we’re going to show off a tool that hackers and regular people alike can be use to open those files even when they are password protected.

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34 Replies to “How Hackers Use Zydra to Crack Password-Protected Files”

  1. sanjai cyber says:

    this zapper has some bugs in it

  2. Bhavya says:

    Why are you guys uploading a 20th July's video on 18th Aug?

  3. Vino Raider says:

    I just love your videos

  4. viruslab1 says:

    thank you man, its what i need now

  5. Hi! I'm wondering, if you gave permission to this ( guy to reuse the part of your content. These videos are very similar (or I can say this ( video is part of this ( ).

  6. iS tHaT a JoJoS rEfErEnCe

  7. You should do hacking with windows and see what the most stuff you can do is

  8. Taib. TtT says:

    Please make tutorial about metaspolit!

  9. Pain Nagato says:

    hi sear , please can you do tutorial to show us how to emule router and moderm firmware in qemu

  10. HackerCat says:

    Thanks, good job

  11. jim ckd says:

    Thanx for your valuable info and guides for cyber security!
    Keep up the good work!

  12. Sabah Faez says:

    wheres cody? been a while since i saw him. no disrespect to the current host by any means, you did a great job. but i was just wondering

  13. Dr.Groove says:

    I'm not use to all this blinking :p. Thanks great video man!

  14. Can I know what is the software you're using in this video…???

  15. Bro many members searching for dragon city hack

  16. What if i use Slavic alphabet, lol. #TheUnhackableOne Same with Chinese, Arabic etc (:

  17. Not related to the topic, but…
    Could you demonstrate how cookies stored in the local storage of a user's browser could be stolen by an attacker via xss.

  18. The beef xss framework could demonstrate this possibly?

  19. crypton says:

    explain the installation of etherape on kali linux 2020.1 please!

  20. karan kumar says:

    Please help me sir 🙏

  21. Ifind ahack method about wifi for wifi slax help me please

  22. Tomryan Liyn says:

    i have a problem using zydra, if the -x (maxlength) is more than 1 digit, it might cause some error

  23. Monkey HK says: SyntaxWarning: "is" with a literal. Did you mean "=="?

    if self.file_type is "rar":

  24. wooly786 says:

    Anyone able to help with the problem i'm having? I installed zydra and all the dependencies i am also running Python 3.8.x but still seeng the following error in Mac terminal – SyntaxWarning: "is" with a literal. Did you mean "=="?
    if self.file_type is "rar":
    Traceback (most recent call last):
    File "", line 11, in <module>
    from termcolor import cprint, colored
    ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'termcolor'

  25. john J says:

    What is that 'CODES,' book that seems to move around with you guys when you make your videos? Does everyone have a copy, or do you guys make it part of every shoot?

  26. Ghost Gil says:

    Mine got an error password_protectzip does not exist.

  27. anon ymous says:


  28. sir please make a tutorial of script hacking link sir please

  29. Dennis Limbo says:

    Teaches me how to type fast… like super fast. Pak Pak Pak!!

  30. 0:230:25 i can see what you are thinking

  31. noam cohen says:

    hello dear guys i need help with that i kinda new in this i dont get hwo t o even use the zydra