An attack using every possible input to attempt to produce the correct output. Typically the method of last resort when no weakness allows the use of a more restricted input set. E.g. trying all possible (or likely) passwords, in an attempt to guess the correct one.

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Is it possible to perform bruteforce attack with proxy on a website?

When one does brute force attack online, most probably the person will get caught easily,isn't there a way of doing brute force for example on a website without getting caught?
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Strength of WPA passwords

How long would it take to crack an 8 letter (latin alphabet, lowercase) password of a WPA PSK network? Is it in reach of a single PC running hashCat?
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Distributed IMAP-Dictionary-Attack-Tool?

I have a client with a hacked IMAP-Account, and the attacker(s) made thousands of password-attempts, probably with a fixed set of passwords, from different IPs before they got in. After successful ...
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Test a known list of possible Windows Remote Desktop credentials?

I've forgotten my password to my home server. It's a new Windows 2012R2 VM, I didn't change the maximum password age requirements in Group Policy DC (even tho I know I should have) until it was too ...
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Reaver stuck at flow_handler

I tried to run Reaver against my router at home using an Ubuntu 15.10 laptop. The command used was: sudo reaver -i mon0 -b XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX -vv -c 7 -a (the channel I got from aerodump-ng). I'm ...
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How rf remotes for “cloning” rolling code find matching codes?

I've been tinkering with a rf (garage door) remote control that has a scanner mode (google JMA SR-48 for details). This mode works for Mutancode and Erreka which I assume would be similar to KeeLoq. ...
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Customize John The Ripper BF technique

Is it possible for me to customize the way John the Ripper brute forces a .cap file? I, knowing my WiFi password, want to crack it fast as possible (no hit with word list). Can I customize John to ...
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How to prevent DirBuster to stop listing apache server side files

I have deployed a php project on apache. When I use DirBuster tool to scan my site, it lists all server side files. I want to stop this listing. I have modified the permission. When I give the less ...
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trapdoor information with hash functions

I have been playing with an idea for the past few days. I have been unable to find information on here or crypto.stackexchange about using trapdoor information in the input to a hash function. ...
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How secure is Asus router latest framework function: “Added protection mechanism for GUI login brute-force attack for login username and password.”?

I have just updated my RT-N12 D1 router to the latest framework, and it has new function - "Added protection mechanism for GUI login brute-force attack for login username and password.". I Googled and ...
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Storing Social Security Numbers in a Database

I'm developing an online application that needs the user's social security number. The application won't be processed on the web server so I'll be using an asymmetric key. So a compromised web server ...
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Linux Hydra issue - random correct password success

I have an issue with Hydra when I use it. I have tried the same command lines given in guides directly supported by the Damn Vulnerable Web Application (DVWA) v1.8. Ok so.. here is my attempt ...
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DVWA hydra brute not matching

I am trying to brute force DVWA on low security. I disabled the first authentification as well. However when I ran my hydra script it doesn't match it with correct password. Here is my query hydra -l ...
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Cyrus-Imap (v2.3.16) local logon attack

CentOS-6.7 Cyrus-IMAP-2.3.16 The host inet07.hamilton.harte-lyne.ca is our IMAP server host. It offers imap and pop3 publicly. I uses local accounts (/etc/passwd) for imap/pop3 authentication ...
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What is a straightforward way to brute force CLI applications?

This is a question to maybe more CTF-experienced guys among you. I wonder how you generally brute force a simple CLI application. For example if you have an application which tells you a user's data ...
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Hydra command for cracking a webpage which uses <span> tag for failed login attempts

I'm trying to for crack a simple webform for testing hydra in Kali. When the webpage encounters a wrong username and password combination it pops up a message using the following html code:: ...
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Would it take long to brute force a md5 hash like this?

1be8917510-36.51929856278002 10bce1af27-99.18403192423284 103fa11cc6-87.21158325206488 Few examples above and as you can see the pattern is: 1xxxxxxxxx-{a percentage (0-100) to 14 decimal places} ...
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Brute-Force/Dictionary attack against encypted file using PBKDF2 key derivation

I have been following this very useful post by Thomas. My use case is slightly different. I am developing a mobile application which requires some sensitive data to be stored on the device in a SQLite ...