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password-cracking

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  • Besides the above two words, which can be easily cracked by password-cracking software, Facebook still lets people use 8 more common words that I reported here two weeks ago.

    Facebook's other problem: Allowing extremely weak passwords

  • He then loaded various applications—a word processor, a spreadsheet, a fax program, a virus checker, some disk-copying utilities, some games, some Web browsers, a password-cracking program that Jamie had apparently written some very robust code-writing for a teenager, Gillette noticed.

    The Blue Nowhere

  • The hackers allegedly scanned the internet to identify vulnerable POS systems with certain remote desktop software applications installed on them, and then used the applications to log into the targeted POS system, either by guessing the passwords or using password-cracking software programs.

    Wired Top Stories

  • A Russian password-cracking company has released software it says can recover passwords stored on Apple's latest iPhone without modifying the device or any of the data stored on it.

    The Register

  • The company offers a wide variety of password-cracking tools that make use of video acceleration hardware from ATI or Nvidia, a process that's "orders of magnitude faster than traditional CPU-only algorithms."

    The Register

  • Russian password-cracking company Elcomsoft has released new software that can in some instances figure out the password used to encrypt backed-up iPhone data.

    ARN Daily

  • He created e-mail accounts in Matt Kostolnik's name and used a password-cracking program to hack into the Kostolniks' wireless router.

    StarTribune.com rss feed

  • Some password-cracking programs used by hackers work by filtering through words in a dictionary, he said.

    The Facts: News

  • This is a problem: as Hart points out, there are numerous password-cracking instructional videos distributed via YouTube.

    PC Plus

  • There are lots of publicly-available password-cracking tools and many are free.

    eWeek - RSS Feeds

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