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Researcher Pushes The Limits Of Password Cracking Operations With 25 Concurrent GPUs

Researcher Pushes The Limits Of Password Cracking Operations With 25 Concurrent GPUs

Brute force is a popular technique used by researchers and hackers alike to crack passwords. Until now, it was thought that the larger passwords are safe from this technique, given the sheer amount of computing required to brute-force a long password. But that may no longer be the case, as some researchers have now proved.

By On December 6, 2012 Respond
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Wi-Fi Protected Setup Design Flaw Affecting Millions Of Wireless Routers

Wi-Fi Protected Setup Design Flaw Affecting Millions Of Wireless Routers

Most modern routers who uses design flaws in the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) could easily retrieve a wireless network’s password through brute force and leave it open to attack. Stefan Viehböck at first brought the issue to light by security researcher and has since prompted a vulnerability notice from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness […]

By On December 31, 2011 Respond
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