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New attack cracks iPhone autogenerated hotspot passwords in seconds

New attack cracks iPhone autogenerated hotspot passwords in seconds

Point2Security - Stephen Lawton - The 2 Sides of Cracking Passwords

- Stephen Lawton - The 2 Sides of Cracking Passwords

Do you ever use CTRL+F or ⌘+F to search for something on a web page? If you do, then your searches could be recorded by a hacker using just a few lines of code.  "Be careful what you type on your computer while surfing the Web. It very well could be funneled to a script kiddie who has appropriated a handful of lines of code and inserted it into his site." More details at:

How script kiddies can hijack your browser to steal your password

Do you ever use CTRL+F or ⌘+F to search for something on a web page? If you do, then your searches could be recorded by a hacker using just a few lines of code. "Be careful what you type on your computer while surfing the Web. It very well could be funneled to a script kiddie who has appropriated a handful of lines of code and inserted it into his site." More details at:

oclHashcat-plus screenshot,  Fastest Password WEP WPA cracking tool out right now! pretty stoked to use this!

oclHashcat-plus screenshot, Fastest Password WEP WPA cracking tool out right now! pretty stoked to use this!

How to Crack Wi-Fi Passwords—For Beginners! « Hacks, Mods & Circuitry

How to Crack Wi-Fi Passwords—For Beginners!

How to Crack Wi-Fi Passwords—For Beginners! « Hacks, Mods & Circuitry

Kill the Password: A String of Characters Won’t Protect You - You have a secret that can ruin your life. It’s not a well-kept secret, either. Just a simple string of characters that can reveal everything about you.

Kill the Password: A String of Characters Won’t Protect You

Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can’t Protect Us Anymore written by this guy from Wired Magazine: “This summer, hackers destroyed my entire digital life in the span of an hour,” says Wired senior writer Mat Honan.

Password cracking part I

Password cracking part I

“Universal” Man In the Browser Attack -- Researchers have discovered a new type of Man-in-the-Browser (MItB) attack that is Website independent, and does not target specific Websites, but instead collects data submitted to all sites.

“Universal” Man In the Browser Attack -- Researchers have discovered a new type of Man-in-the-Browser (MItB) attack that is Website independent, and does not target specific Websites, but instead collects data submitted to all sites.

Just to show u how crazy this rig is and as well as letting u know about the security of you computers, this is a picture of a password hacking computer using 8 amd cpus communicating together at 10 gbps, thats gigabits per second, basically a ton of computing power to attack your laptop breaking your password in 6 mins, very of cool, but definitely deadly, this rig is at least 2000 to 3000 dollars.....crazy....

The Hardware Hackers Use to Crack Your Passwords

We often write about the ingenious new tricks developed by hackers to penetrate security systems, but rarely do we see how they go about their work. Here's the kit they use to crack your password.

PoisonTap Steals Cookies, Drops Backdoors on Password-Protected Computers https://threatpost.com/poisontap-steals-cookies-drops-backdoors-on-password-protected-computers/121986

PoisonTap Steals Cookies, Drops Backdoors on Password-Protected Computers

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