I am using VMware and have 3 VMs all on the NAT network with DHCP. All three machines can ping each other. From one windows to the other windows, I can RDP into the 192.168.190.130 windows machine just fine.
I want to confirm that hydra works, so back on my Kali VM, I try the following command
hydra -t 1 -V -f -l username -p password1! rdp://192.168.190.130. After hitting enter I get two [DATA] messages, 1 [ATTEMPT], and then it pauses for a long time and prints [STATUS] messages to the screen for example:
[STATUS] 1.00 tries/min, 1 tries in 00:00h, 0 to do in 01:00h, 1 active
I am looking for the indication that there was a successful attack, but I never see it.
When I open up wireshark and view the traffic, I see TCP traffic on 3389 port happening back and forth, but it never returns with a successful notification.