Tool developers also argue that they can avoid the two-factor authentication constraints of Apple, supposedly blocking brute force attacks.
Its capabilities iDict limited by the size of the dictionary it uses to guess your passwords. It uses a 500 word list but this can be changed by someone with the necessary knowledge. The codes are in a txt file in the path iDict-master \ files \ wordlist.txt
All passwords they use meet their password prerequisites iCloud. So check the tool and if you see your password, change it immediately. You should also enable two-factor authentication on all of your accounts as an additional security measure.
The installation tool and instructions are on GitHub.