I have a file that supposedly contains AES-256 encrypted data. The file was created using a proprietary program that claims to use AES-256. I have tested decrypting the file with an open source ...
Does USA government have the sufficient processing power to crack keys in matter of seconds? Let say 2048-bit RSA, for example. Since the RSA algorithm was developed by USA government (NSA?), I ...
I wonder how long it will take to crack 16 character alphanumeric WinRAR password for a mini supercomputer. As far as I know graphic cards are preferred over CPUs to crack passwords nowadays. If we ...
I've got a copy of a Cisco ASA config and i want to crack the following example passwords I've got the following lines in the config ASA Version 8.4(2) ! hostname ciscoasa enable ...
File security when encrypting files directly with the openssl command / and what about SHA1 hashing password first?
I've been using this command to encrypt files for a while now: openssl aes-256-cbc -a -salt -in secrets.txt -out secrets.txt.enc Then I type in a password. Can someone tell me, roughly speaking, ...