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  1. CyberArk Password Vault version 10.6 suffers from an authentication bypass vulnerability. View the full article
  2. Socomec DIRIS A-40 devices versions before 48250501 allow a remote attacker to get full access to a device via the /password.jsn URI. View the full article
  3. SpotIE Internet Explorer Password Recovery version 2.9.5 suffers from a denial of service vulnerability. View the full article
  4. Google Chrome suffers from an issue where it will leak all passwords for a given domain. View the full article
  5. This Metasploit module abuses a known default password on Cisco UCS Director. The 'scpuser' has the password of 'scpuser', and allows an attacker to login to the virtual appliance via SSH. This module has been tested with Cisco UCS Director virtual machines 6.6.0 and 6.7.0. Note that Cisco also mentions in their advisory that their IMC Supervisor and UCS Director Express are also affected by these vulnerabilities, but this module was not tested with those products. View the full article
  6. SQL Server Password Changer version 1.90 suffers from a denial of service vulnerability. View the full article
  7. Outlook Password Recovery version 2.10 suffers from a denial of service vulnerability. View the full article
  8. CentOS Control Web Panel (CWP) version allows an attacker to change arbitrary passwords. View the full article
  9. RAR Password Recovery version 1.80 suffers from a user name and registration code denial of service vulnerability. View the full article
  10. Fortinet FortiRecorder versions 2.7.3 and below have a hardcoded password vulnerability. View the full article
  11. itsMe

    p.maker - PassWord List Maker

    This Application Make Password list using information from TARGET Example: First Name -> jan Last Name -> olson Age -> 22 Birthday -> 1999 Mom Name -> kara Dad Name -> mike Phone Number -> 09176314576 Friend -> mike City -> newyork Country -> usa Name Girl Freind -> luci Favorite Thing -> flower Favorite Sport -> soccer [Hidden Content]
  12. dEEpEst

    What is Password Cracking?

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  13. FaceSentry Access Control System version 6.4.8 credentials used for accessing the web front end are stored unencrypted on the device in /faceGuard/database/FaceSentryWeb.sqlite. View the full article
  14. D-Link models DIR-652, DIR-615, DIR-827, DIR-615, DIR-657, and DIR-825 suffer from an administrative password disclosure vulnerability. View the full article
  15. [Hidden Content] L0phtCrack 7 Features Ultrafast Cracking Multi-core & multi-GPU support takes optimal advantage of your hardware. Auto-calibration eliminates guesswork. Simple Password Loading Wherever your password hashes are: local, remote, AD, or in a file. It’s simple to load them for auditing with our wizard. Easy to customize Custom word lists, character sets, and lengths are easy to set. Crack the way you want and save the settings for later. Remediation Fix weak passwords by forcing password resets or locking out accounts. Powerful scheduling Admin and Enterprise versions can schedule sophisticated tasks for automated enterprise-wide password audits. Audit multiple OSesWindows plus first-rate Linux, BSD, and AIX support. Extensible hash types & importers through plugins. [Hidden Content]
  16. Zydra is a file password recovery tool and Linux shadow file cracker. It uses the dictionary search or Brute force method for cracking passwords. Supported Files RAR Files Legacy ZIP Files PDF Files Linux Shadow Files (zydra can find all the user’s password in the linux shadow file one after the other) [HIDE][Hidden Content]]
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  18. The ZyXEL P-660HN-T1 V2 rpWLANRedirect.asp page is missing authentication and discloses an administrator password. View the full article
  19. Due to storing passwords in a recoverable format on Siemens LOGO! 8 PLCs, an attacker can gain access to configured passwords as cleartext. View the full article
  20. EquityPandit version 1.0 suffers from a password disclosure vulnerability. View the full article
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  22. CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault versions 10.7 and below suffer from an XML external entity injection vulnerability. View the full article
  23. Symphony Project sfDoctrinesfPropel version 1.x suffers from a database password disclosure. View the full article
  24. itsMe

    Chrome Password Stealer

    Hacking Chrome Saved Passwords Version info: V3.2.3 (released 21st January 2019) Features: 1. Grabs Google Chrome saved passwords 2. Sends these passwords to the attacker via * Email OR, * HTTP directly to the attacker computer 3. Option of having a fake Error Message appear 4. Custom Icon Quick usage: My recommendation for using it is quite simple. Create a gmail account. Allow insecure apps. Run the and follow instructions. Then you can send the generated server.exe to the victim Instructions (More detailed): [HIDE][Hidden Content]]