I made the ultimate wordlist, every possible combination of a-z 1-9 uppercase and lowercase, but by my math, it would take like 8 years for it to be completed at the very most if it did 1 password per ...
Can someone explain the major differences between a Brute force attack and a Dictionary attack. Does the term rainbow table has any relation with these?
I wonder where can I find good collections of dictionaries which can be used for MySQL 5 dictionary attack? I just need MySQL 5 word lists / dictionaries. I found a lot of MD5, SHA1, etc. but not ...
I'd like to show a CAPTCHA to prevent brute forcing attempts, but I was thinking of showing it whenever a user fails for an invalid username/password combination after X attempts, regardless of ...
With some colleagues we're having a debate regarding the randomkeygen.com website. I do think that there is a security risk using the generated keys of this (or any of this kind) website. Why ? ...
I notice that in /usr/share/wordlists in Kali Linux (former Backtrack) there are some lists. Are they used to bruteforce something? Is there specific list for specific kind of attacks?
I have found during testing that companies often use variations of their names for critical passwords (for example Microsoft's password might be M1cr0s0f+ or m1cros0ft etc etc). So if I gave it the ...
I need to crack my own password. Advantage is that I know possible characters and maximum length. What I need is to create dictionary for brute force attack. Dictionary should contain all the combos ...
I am using LophtCrack on my Windows 8 OS. I was testing my password strength and the problem I am seeing it is not working. It doesn't reveal my Admin password, I've run the process for half an hour. ...