So I'm performing an authentication cracking lab using Hydra, I use the following command;
hydra -L /usr/share/ncrack/minimal.usr -P /usr/share/wordlists/s1.txt -f -V 192.168.99.22 telnet
The command used seems to give me the intended result, however, it doesn't display the actual username. The output is somewhat like this
[telnet] host: 192.168.99.22 login: *# minimal list of very common usernames* password: *thepassword*
How do I make it display the actual login username?
The weird thing is, if I use the same command for SSH, it gives me the proper username and password combination. Something like this
[ssh] host: 192.168.99.22 login: root password: *thepassword*