Tweetshell is an open source multi-threaded shell script tool capable to find the password of any Twitter account. It is easy to use and it is operated through short and simple commands. It uses a secure proxy to ensure that your identity is hidden and has tremendous speed which allows it to test a wide range of passwords.
Tweetshell: Multi-thread Twitter BruteForcer in Shell Script
After giving a username to Tweetshell, it will ask you which list of passwords you want to search through and the number of threads you want to use. After this, it will check each password one by one, also known as the brute force method, until it finds the correct password or the list of passwords.
- Default password list (+39k with 8 letters)
- No limit on the number of password you can check
- Up to 20 threads, reaching 400 passwd/min
- Ability to save progress between sessions, allowing you to use large password datasets
- Check valid usernames
Clone the GitHub repo:
$ git clone https://github.com/thelinuxchoice/tweetshell
Navigate to the working directory and install the requirments:
$ cd tweetshell $ chmod +x install.sh $ sudo ./install.sh
To run, enter the following commands:
$ chmod +x tweetshell.sh
$ sudo ./tweetshell.sh