Blog Posts Tagged with "Dictionary Attack"
June 12, 2012 Added by:Jayson Wylie
The best password is the one that only you know. Even better one is one that nobody else can find out. Crackers are getting away from massive rainbow tables and moving on to graphics processors for quick password compromise. It is possible to categorize your passwords to define the sensitivity of their purpose....
May 22, 2012 Added by:Pierluigi Paganini
This attack is possible due to an error in validating of the security token (CSRF token) that allows an unlimited number of requests using the same token for different users. The only mechanism against the attack is a CAPTCHA challenge-response test after dozens of attempts...
March 28, 2012 Added by:Fergal Glynn
Eight-one percent of attacks utilized hacking. There was a stark difference between large and small organizations. SQL injection comes in 3rd after use of stolen logins and exploitation of backdoor or command and control channel. It is tied with dictionary attacks...
December 05, 2011 Added by:Headlines
"A rainbow table is a list of pre-computed hashes - the numerical value of an encrypted password, used by most systems today - and that’s the hashes of all possible password combinations for any given hashing algorithm mind..."
May 16, 2011 Added by:Mark Bennett
Many people believe that their wireless is secure because they are using WPA. Well we did a test recently and were able to basically password guess our way with a dictionary attack using either a straight dictionary or a rainbow table. Using linux this is how it is done...
March 29, 2011 Added by:Robert Siciliano
Passwords are the bane of the security community. We are forced to rely on them, while knowing they’re only as secure as our operating systems, which can be compromised by spyware and malware. There are a number of common techniques used to crack passwords...
March 14, 2011 Added by:Headlines
“Twitter has engaged in a number of practices that, taken together, failed to provide reasonable and appropriate security to: prevent unauthorized access to nonpublic user information and honor the privacy choices exercised by its users in designating certain tweets as nonpublic..."
January 19, 2011 Added by:Danny Lieberman
Access to confidential information or embezzlement of funds is just some of the possible internal security breaches that can be performed by employees or former employees. Because employees are the most familiar with internal systems, detection can be made extremely difficult...
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