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  1. What is password salting ? Password salting is a technique to protect passwords stored in databases by adding a string of 32 or more characters and then hashing them. Salting prevents hackers who breach an enterprise environment from reverse-engineering passwords and stealing them from the database. Password salting increases password complexity, making them unique and secure without affecting user experience. It also helps prevent hash table attacks and slows down brute-force and dictionary attacks. Password hashing and why salting is required Hashing prevents passwords from being exposed or stolen by threat actors, since they are not stored as plaintext. For example, when users create an account with a username and password on a website, their password is hashed and stored in an internal file system in an encrypted form. When users log in, the password runs through a one-way hashing algorithm that converts the password into a different and unrecognizable string of characters. During login, this string is compared to the other hashes stored in the website's database. If the credentials match the stored hash, users can access the account. If it doesn't match, hash verification fails, and users are not able to log in.
  2. What`s new Added: plain text formatting. What does this mean? Now You can uses a simple formatting for nodes of plain text: font and him attributes (bold, italic and etc), font size, colors of background and text, can uses format styles and many more. Added new features in the Quick Settings menu. Improve color choosing dialog: is shown command name in the caption. Many fixes and improvements in the dialog "Replace" (text in the editor). [hide][Hidden Content]]
  3. The outstanding password manager. Password Depot reliably protects your passwords and documents from unauthorized access! Whether you work at home or in a major corporation. On your Windows, Android, iOS or macOS device. [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  4. The outstanding password manager. Password Depot reliably protects your passwords and documents from unauthorized access! Whether you work at home or in a major corporation. On your Windows, Android, iOS or macOS device. [Hidden Content] [Hidden Content]
  5. Awesome-Password-Cracking - A Curated List Of Awesome Tools, Research, Papers And Other Projects Related To Password Cracking And Password Security Contents Books Cloud Conversion Hashcat Automation Distributed cracking Rules Rule tools Web interfaces John the Ripper Misc Websites Communities Lookup services Wordlist tools Analysis Generation/Manipulation Wordlists Laguage specific Other Specific file formats PDF PEM JKS ZIP Artificial Intelligence Research Papers [hide][Hidden Content]]
  6. What is Spray365? Spray365 is a password spraying tool that identifies valid credentials for Microsoft accounts (Office 365 / Azure AD). How is Spray365 different from the many other password spraying tools that are already available? Spray365 enables passwords to be sprayed from an “execution plan”. While having a pre-generated execution plan that describes the spraying operation well before it occurs has many other benefits that Spray365 leverages, this also allows password sprays to be resumed (-R option) after a network error or other interruption. While it is easiest to generate a Spray365 execution plan using Spray365 directly, other tools that produce a compatible JSON structure make it easy to build unique password spraying workflows. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  7. Password Cracker – The tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also on Internet Explorer). A simple software that was created to ensure that you never worry about misplacing or forgetting passwords. Tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also in Internet Explorer). So using this application, you will no longer have to panic when you lose any of your passwords. Using: Just hover the mouse on the password and inhospitable place of asterisks see the desired password. Multilingual version supports follows languages: English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Portugues (Brazilian), Spanish, Nederlands, Russian, Ukrainian. Steps to use Password Cracker • Start pwdcrack.exe. • Click on button Enable. • Move mouse pointer on password. • See to field View. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  8. DDWPasteRecon Pastesites are websites that allow users to share plain text through public posts called “pastes.” Once attackers compromise the external perimeter and gain access to the internal resources they release the part of data on the “paste” sites like pastebin or hastebin. As these hackers or malicious groups publish dumps on such sites other users can see sensitive information through paste sites. With various malicious groups now using these services as communication channels, temporary storage or sharing, and various other sources being used to trade POC code, I thought it would be a good idea to have an easy tool to help organisations Blue and Red Teams to have visibility into these sites via Google dorks. DDWPasteRecon tool will help you identify code leak, sensitive files, plaintext passwords, and password hashes. It also allows members of SOC & Blue Team to gain situational awareness of the organisation’s web exposure on the pastesites. It Utilises Google’s indexing of pastesites to gain targeted intelligence of the organisation. Blue & SOC teams can collect and analyse data from these indexed pastesites to better protect against unknown threats. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  9. Password Depot – is an effective tool for managing all your passwords. You will never forget your password again. Password Depot Professional protects your passwords from external unauthorized access and at the same time it is very convenient to use. Program features: creating almost unencrypted passwords, data encryption, automated login. Password Depot will store your passwords encrypted in a database. To access them you need to remember only one password. Access to the database can be obtained via the network. Features Safe Password Storage: • Best possible enryption . In Password Depot, your information is encrypted not merely once but in fact twice, thanks to the algorithm AES or Rijndael 256. In the US, this algorithm is approved for state documents of utmost secrecy! • Double protection. You can secure your passwords files doubly. To start with, you select a master password that has to be entered in order to be able to open the file. Additionally, you can choose to protect your data by means of a key file that must be uploaded to open the file. • Protection against brute-force attacks. After every time the master password is entered incorrectly, the program is locked for three seconds. This renders attacks that rely on the sheer testing of possible passwords – so called “brute-force attacks” – virtually impossible.. • Lock function. This function locks your program and thereby denies unauthorized access to your passwords. The locking conditions are determined by you yourself, for instance every time the program has not been used for a certain time. • Backup copies. Password Depot generates backup copies of your passwords files. The backups may be stored optionally on FTP servers on the Internet (also via SFTP) or on external hard drives. You can individually define the time interval between the backup copies’ creation. Secure Data Use: • Protection from keylogging. All password fields within the program are internally protected against different types of the interception of keystrokes (Key Logging). This disables that your sensible data entries can be spied out. • Traceless Memory. Dealing with your passwords, Password Depot does not leave any traces in your PC’s working memory. Therefore, even a hacker sitting directly at your computer and searching through its memory dumps cannot find any passwords. * Clipboard protection: Password Depot automatically detects any active clipboard viewers and masks its changes to the keyboard; after performing auto-complete, all sensitive data is automatically cleared from the clipboard. • Virtual keyboard. The ultimate protection against keylogging. With this tool you can enter your master password or other confidential information without even touching the keyboard. Password Depot does not simulate keystrokes, but uses an internal cache, so that they can neither be intercepted software- nor hardware-based. • Fake mouse cursors. Typing on the program’s virtual keyboard, you can also set the program to show multiple fake mouse cursors instead of your usual single cursor. This additionally renders impossible to discern your keyboard activities. Verified Passwords: • Uncrackalble passwords. The integrated Password Generator creates virtually uncrackable passwords for you. Thus in future, you will not have to use passwords such as “sweetheart” anymore, a password that may be cracked within minutes. • Verified password quality. Let Password Depot check your passwords’ quality and security! Intelligent algorithms will peruse your passwords and warn you against ‘weak’ passwords which you can subsequently replace with the help of the Passwords Generator. • Password policies. You can define basic security requirements that must be met by all passwords which are added or modified. For instance, you can specify the passwords’ minimum length and the characters contained therein. • Security warnings. Password Depot contains a list of warnings which always keep an eye on your passwords’ security. For instance, the program warns you in case you use the unsafe FTP protocol and in this case advices you to use SFTP instead. • Protection against dictionary attacks. An important warning featured in Password Depot is the notification in case you are using unsafe passwords. These are passwords which are frequently used, therefore appear in hacker dictionaries and are easily crackable. • Warning against password expiry. You can set Password Depot to warn you before your passwords expire, for instance before the expiry date of your credit card. This ensures that your password data always remains up-to-date and valid. Convenient Access: • User-friendly interface. Password Depot’s user interface is similar to that of Windows Explorer. This allows you to effectively navigate through your password lists and to quickly find any password you happen to be searching for. • Auto-completion. If you wish, Password Depot automatically fills in your password data into websites opened within the common browsers. This function runs via an internal setting on the one hand, and via so called browser add-ons on the other hand. • Automatic recognition. You can set the program to automatically recognize which password information corresponds to the website you have called up and to then pre-select this password entry for you – as well as, if desired, to finally automatically fill this information into the website. • Top bar. The program’s form can be reduced to a narrow bar whose position may be individually determined: whether freely movable or stuck to the screen edge (Application Desktop Toolbar). In this way, the software is always at your hand without disturbing you. • Direct opening of websites. URLs belonging to password entries saved in Password Depot may be opened directly from within the program. This spares you the hassle of having to manually copy website addresses and then paste them into your browser. • Usage via mouse click. Using your password information may be done super easily via simple clicks with your mouse cursor. By means of a single mouse click, you can copy data to the clipboard and can even drag it directly into the target field on the website. • Hotkeys. Pasword Depot features keyboard shortcuts for often-used commands in Windows (“Hotkeys”). By means of these hotkeys, you can easily turn Password Depot’s format into a top bar or call it into the foreground when minimized to the system tray. • Recycle bin. Password Depot features a recycle bin that stores deleted password data and enables their restoration. In this way, data you may have accidentally deleted, for instance, is yet not lost irrevocably. Flexible Interplay: • Server module. Password Depot features a separate server model enabling several users to access the same passwords simultaneously. The access to the password files may run either via a local network or via the Internet. • USB stick. You can copy both your password files and the program Password Depot itself onto a USB stick. In this way, you can carry the files and the software along wherever you go, always having them ready to use. • Cloud devices. Password Depot supports web services, among them GoogleDrive, Microsoft SkyDrive and Dropbox. In this way, Password Depot enables you to quickly and easily enter the Cloud! • Password files on the Web. You can optionally deposit your encrypted password files on the Internet. By this means, you can always access your passwords, no matter where you are! To access, you can use the protocols HTTP, HTTPS, FTP or SFTP as required • TAN support. Password Depot supports the input and management of TAN numbers. In this way, it facilitates the life of all of those users that refer to online banking, securely storing their sensible banking data. • URL placeholders. Entering URLs into Password Depot, you can replace any number of characters by placeholders, namely an asterisk (*). Using this symbol, you can thus match several URLs to a single password entry instead of having to enter one entry for each URL. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  10. PDF Password Remover is software remove password protected PDF file so you can easily convert, in the PDF it. When download file on network about to use has lots of PDF File is owner password to protect but you don't know password what is. Rest assured because has PDF Password Remover is a reliable program to unlock the password that easily. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
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    Crack legacy zip encryption with Biham and Kocher's known plaintext attack. brief A guide to crack an example encrypted zip file. The example folder contains an example zip file secrets.zip so you can run an attack. Its content is probably of great interest! What is inside Let us see what is inside. Open a terminal in the example folder and ask unzip to give us information about it. $ unzip -Z secrets.zip We get the following output. Archive: secrets.zipZip file size: 56263 bytes, number of entries: 2-rw-rw-r-- 6.3 unx 54799 Bx defN 12-Aug-14 14:51 advice.jpg-rw-rw-r-- 6.3 unx 1265 Bx stor 18-Dec-20 13:33 spiral.svg2 files, 56064 bytes uncompressed, 55953 bytes compressed: 0.2% The zip file contains two files: advice.jpg and spiral.svg. The capital letter in the fifth field shows the files are encrypted. We also see that advice.jpg is deflated whereas spiral.svg is stored uncompressed. Guessing plaintext To run the attack, we must guess at least 12 bytes of plaintext. On average, the more plaintext we guess, the faster the attack will be. The easy way: stored file We can guess from its extension that spiral.svg probably starts with the string <?xml version="1.0" . We are so lucky that this file is stored uncompressed in the zip file. So we have 20 bytes of plaintext, which is more than enough. The not so easy way: deflated file Let us assume the zip file did not contain the uncompressed spiral.svg. Then, to guess some plaintext, we can guess the first bytes of the original advice.jpg file from its extension. The problem is that this file is compressed. To run the attack, one would have to guess how those first bytes are compressed, which is difficult without knowing the entire file. In this example, this approach is not practical. It can be practical if the original file can easily be found online, like a .dll file for example. Then, one would compress it using various compression software and compression levels to try and generate the correct plaintext. Free additional byte from CRC In this example, we guessed the first 20 bytes of spiral.svg. In addition, as explained in the ZIP file format specification, a 12-byte encryption header in prepended to the data in the archive. The last byte of the encryption header is the most significant byte of the file's CRC. We can get the CRC with unzip. $ unzip -Z -v secrets.zip spiral.svg | grep CRC 32-bit CRC value (hex): a99f1d0d So we know the byte just before the plaintext (i.e. at offset -1) is 0xA9. Running the attack Let us write the plaintext we guessed in a file. $ echo -n '<?xml version="1.0" ' > plain.txt We are now ready to run the attack. $ ../bkcrack -C secrets.zip -c spiral.svg -p plain.txt -x -1 A9 After a little while, the keys will appear! [17:42:43] Z reduction using 13 bytes of known plaintext 100.0 % (13 / 13) [17:42:44] Attack on 542303 Z values at index 6 Keys: c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 33.9 % (183761 / 542303) [17:48:03] Keys c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 Recovering the original files Once we have the keys, we can recover the original files. Choose a new password We assume that the same keys were used for all the files in the zip file. We can create a new encrypted archive based on secret.zip, but with a new password, easy in this example. $ ../bkcrack -C secrets.zip -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -U secrets_with_new_password.zip easy Then, any zip file utility can extract the created archive. You will just have to type the chosen password when prompted. Or decipher files Alternatively, we can decipher files one by one. $ ../bkcrack -C secrets.zip -c spiral.svg -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -d spiral_deciphered.svg The file spiral.svg was stored uncompressed so we are done. $ ../bkcrack -C secrets.zip -c advice.jpg -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -d advice_deciphered.deflate The file advice.jpg was compressed with the deflate algorithm in the zip file, so we now have to uncompressed it. A python script is provided for this purpose in the tools folder. $ python3 ../tools/inflate.py < advice_deciphered.deflate > very_good_advice.jpg You can now open very_good_advice.jpg and enjoy it! Recovering the original password As shown above, the original password is not required to decrypt data. The internal keys are enough. However, we might also be interested in finding the original password. To do this, we need to choose a maximum length and a set of characters among which we hope to find those that constitute the password. To save time, we have to choose those parameters wisely. For a given maximal length, a small charset will be explored much faster than a big one, but making a wrong assumption by choosing a charset that is too small will not allow to recover the password. At first, we can try all candidates up to a given length without making any assumption about the character set. We use the charset ?b which is the set containing all bytes (from 0 to 255), so we not miss any candidate up to length 9. $ ../bkcrack -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -r 9 ?b[17:52:16] Recovering passwordlength 0-6...length 7...length 8...length 9...[17:52:16] Could not recover password It failed so we know the password has 10 characters or more. Now, let us assume the password is made of 11 or less printable ASCII characters, using the charset ?p. $ ../bkcrack -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -r 11 ?p[17:52:34] Recovering passwordlength 0-6...length 7...length 8...length 9...length 10...100.0 % (9025 / 9025)length 11...100.0 % (9025 / 9025)[17:52:38] Could not recover password It failed again so we know the password has non-printable ASCII characters or has 12 or more characters. Now, let us assume the password is made of 12 or less alpha-numerical characters. $ ../bkcrack -k c4490e28 b414a23d 91404b31 -r 12 ?a[17:54:37] Recovering passwordlength 0-6...length 7...length 8...length 9...length 10...100.0 % (3844 / 3844)length 11...100.0 % (3844 / 3844)length 12...51.8 % (1993 / 3844)[17:54:49] Passwordas bytes: 57 34 73 46 30 72 67 6f 74 74 65 6eas text: W4sF0rgotten Tada! We made the right assumption for this case. The password was recovered quickly from the keys. Download [Hidden Content]
  12. pdfrip is a fast multithreaded PDF password cracking utility written in Rust with support for wordlist-based dictionary attacks, date and number range bruteforcing, and a custom query builder for password formats. Features Fast: Performs about 50-100k+ passwords per second utilising full CPU cores. Custom Query Builder: You can write your own queries like STRING{69-420} with the -q option which would generate a wordlist with the full number range. Date Bruteforce: You can pass in a year as the input with the -d option which would bruteforce all 365 days of the year in DDMMYYYY format which is a pretty commonly used password format for PDFs. Number Bruteforce: Just give a number range like 5000-100000 with the -n option and it would bruteforce with the whole range. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  13. Password Cracker – The tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also on Internet Explorer). A simple software that was created to ensure that you never worry about misplacing or forgetting passwords. Tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also in Internet Explorer). So using this application, you will no longer have to panic when you lose any of your passwords. Using: Just hover the mouse on the password and inhospitable place of asterisks see the desired password. Multilingual version supports follows languages: English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Portugues (Brazilian), Spanish, Nederlands, Russian, Ukrainian. Steps to use Password Cracker • Start pwdcrack.exe. • Click on button Enable. • Move mouse pointer on password. • See to field View. [Hidden Content]
  14. Password Cracker – The tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also on Internet Explorer). A simple software that was created to ensure that you never worry about misplacing or forgetting passwords. Tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also in Internet Explorer). So using this application, you will no longer have to panic when you lose any of your passwords. Using: Just hover the mouse on the password and inhospitable place of asterisks see the desired password. Multilingual version supports follows languages: English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Portugues (Brazilian), Spanish, Nederlands, Russian, Ukrainian. Steps to use Password Cracker • Start pwdcrack.exe. • Click on button Enable. • Move mouse pointer on password. • See to field View. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  15. LPR Lost Password Recovery – with this program you can easily recover all website, email, social media lost passwords saved on popular web browsers, including Facebook, Yahoo, Amazon, Edge, Google Gmail and other webmail. Features Recover Passwords • Recover passwords from Google Chrome, Edge and Opera browsers. Backup Recovered passwords • Backup all your passwords recovered by password manager to HTML, TXT or CSV files. “Lost Password Recovery” Supports • Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  16. Kraken: A multi-platform distributed brute-force password cracking system. What is Kraken Kraken is an online distributed brute force password cracking tool. It allows you to parallelize dictionaries and crunch word generator-based cracking across multiple machines both as a web app in a web browser and as a standalone electron-based client. Kraken aims to be easy to use, fault-tolerant and scalable. I wrote Kraken because I wanted to learn more about offensive security and to write an easy solution to overcome the limitation of using a single device when attempting to distribute brute force workloads. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  17. What are password cracking techniques ? Password crackers use two primary methods to identify correct passwords: brute-force and dictionary attacks. However, there are plenty of other password cracking methods, including the following: Brute force : This attack runs through combinations of characters of a predetermined length until it finds the combination that matches the password. Dictionary search : Here, a password cracker searches each word in the dictionary for the correct password. Password dictionaries exist for a variety of topics and combinations of topics, including politics, movies and music groups. Phishing : These attacks are used to gain access to user passwords without the use of a password cracking tool. Instead, a user is fooled into clicking on an email attachment. From here, the attachment could install malware or prompt the user to use their email to sign into a false version of a website, revealing their password. Malware : Similar to phishing, using malware is another method of gaining unauthored access to passwords without the use of a password cracking tool. Malware such as keyloggers, which track keystrokes, or screen scrapers, which take screenshots, are used instead. Rainbow attack : This approach involves using different words from the original password in order to generate other possible passwords. Malicious actors can keep a list called a rainbow table with them. This list contains leaked and previously cracked passwords, which will make the overall password cracking method more effective. Guessing : An attacker may be able to guess a password without the use of tools. If the threat actor has enough information about the victim or the victim is using a common enough password, they may be able to come up with the correct characters. - Some password cracking programs may use hybrid attack methodologies where they search for combinations of dictionary entries and numbers or special characters. For example, a password cracker may search for ants01, ants02, ants03, etc. This can be helpful when users have been advised to include a number in their password.
  18. How do you create a strong password ? Password crackers can decipher passwords in a matter of days or hours, depending on how weak or strong the password is. To make a password stronger and more difficult to uncover, a plaintext password should adhere to the following rules: - Be at least 12 characters long : The shorter a password is, the easier and faster it will be cracked. - Combine letters and a variety of characters : Using numbers and special characters, such as periods and commas, increases the number of possible combinations. - Avoid reusing a password : If a password is cracked, then a person with malicious intent could use that same password to easily access other password-protected accounts the victim owns. - Pay attention to password strength indicators : Some password-protected systems include a password strength meter, which is a scale that tells users when they have created a strong password. - Avoid easy-to-guess phrases and common passwords : Weak passwords can be a name, a pet's name or a birthdate -- something personally identifiable. Short and easily predictable patterns, like 123456, password or qwerty, also are weak passwords. - Use encryption : Passwords stored in a database should be encrypted. - Take advantage of password creation tools and managers : Some smartphones will automatically create long, hard-to-guess passwords. For example, Apple iPhones will create strong website passwords for users. An iPhone stores the passwords in its password manager, iCloud Keychain and automatically fills the password into the correct field so the user doesn't have to remember the complicated password.
  19. COOK A customizable wordlist and password generator. Predefined Extentions Sets Use archive for .rar, .7z, .zip, .tar, .tgz, … Use web for .html, .php, .aspx, .js, .jsx, .jsp, … Many More… Create your own category in cook.yaml [hide][Hidden Content]]
  20. What is Spray365? Spray365 is a password spraying tool that identifies valid credentials for Microsoft accounts (Office 365 / Azure AD). How is Spray365 different from the many other password spraying tools that are already available? Spray365 enables passwords to be sprayed from an “execution plan”. While having a pre-generated execution plan that describes the spraying operation well before it occurs has many other benefits that Spray365 leverages, this also allows password sprays to be resumed (-R option) after a network error or other interruption. While it is easiest to generate a Spray365 execution plan using Spray365 directly, other tools that produce a compatible JSON structure make it easy to build unique password spraying workflows. Spray365 exposes a few options that are useful when spraying credentials. Random user agents can be used to detect and bypass insecure conditional access policies that are configured to limit the types of allowed devices. Similarly, the –shuffle_auth_order argument is a great way to spray credentials in a less-predictable manner. This option was added in an attempt to bypass intelligent account lockouts (e.g., Azure Smart Lockout). While it’s not perfect, randomizing the order in which credentials are attempted has other benefits too, like making the detection of these spraying operations even more difficult. Spray365 also supports proxying traffic over HTTP/HTTPS, which integrates well with other tools like Burp Suite for manipulating the source of the spraying operation. Changelog v0.1.5 beta What’s New 🎉 Spray365 is now split into two modes (generate and spray) for more logical argument handling. This is a breaking change that requires Spray365 to be executed using new syntax. Example comparing new and old for generating an execution plan Old Syntax: spray365.py -g demo.s365 -d <domain> -u <username_file> -pf <password_file> --delay 10 New Syntax: spray365.py generate --execution_plan demo.s365 -d <domain> -u <username_file> -pf <password_file> --delay 10 Example comparing new and old for password spraying: Old Syntax: spray365.py -s demo.s365 --lockout 3 New Syntax: spray365.py spray --execution_plan demo.s365 --lockout 3 Successive authentication attempts for a given user with known good credentials will be skipped. This new default behavior can be reverted with the -i / --ignore_success argument in spray mode. What’s Changed An authentication request requiring interactive login (AAD error “AADSTS65001”) is now considered a successful login Help documentation improved and updated to match Spray365 capabilities [hide][Hidden Content]]
  21. Password Cracker – The tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also on Internet Explorer). A simple software that was created to ensure that you never worry about misplacing or forgetting passwords. Tool for restoring forgotten passwords (also in Internet Explorer). So using this application, you will no longer have to panic when you lose any of your passwords. Using: Just hover the mouse on the password and inhospitable place of asterisks see the desired password. Multilingual version supports follows languages: English, Chinese, Czech, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Portugues (Brazilian), Spanish, Nederlands, Russian, Ukrainian. Steps to use Password Cracker • Start pwdcrack.exe. • Click on button Enable. • Move mouse pointer on password. • See to field View. [hide][Hidden Content]]
  22. The outstanding password manager. Password Depot reliably protects your passwords and documents from unauthorized access! Whether you work at home or in a major corporation. On your Windows, Android, iOS or macOS device. [Hidden Content] [hide][Hidden Content]]
  23. ✓What is password salting ? Password salting is a technique to protect passwords stored in databases by adding a string of 32 or more characters and then hashing them. Salting prevents hackers who breach an enterprise environment from reverse-engineering passwords and stealing them from the database. Password salting increases password complexity, making them unique and secure without affecting user experience. It also helps prevent hash table attacks and slows down brute-force and dictionary attacks. ✓ Password hashing and why salting is required Hashing prevents passwords from being exposed or stolen by threat actors, since they are not stored as plaintext. For example, when users create an account with a username and password on a website, their password is hashed and stored in an internal file system in an encrypted form. When users log in, the password runs through a one-way hashing algorithm that converts the password into a different and unrecognizable string of characters. During login, this string is compared to the other hashes stored in the website's database. If the credentials match the stored hash, users can access the account. If it doesn't match, hash verification fails, and users are not able to log in.
  24. What is password cracking ? - Password cracking is the process of using an application program to identify an unknown or forgotten password to a computer or network resource. It can also be used to help a threat actor obtain unauthorized access to resources. - With the information malicious actors gain using password cracking, they can undertake a range of criminal activities. Those include stealing banking credentials or using the information for identity theft and fraud. - A password cracker recovers passwords using various techniques. The process can involve comparing a list of words to guess passwords or the use of an algorithm to repeatedly guess the password.

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