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International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET) Brute-force Attack “Seeking but Distressing”

By Konark Truptiben Dave

Abstract

Abstract- A common problem to website developers is password guessing attack known as Brute force attack. An attacker discovers a password by trying every possible combination of numbers, letters. Some people are showing carelessness in choosing username and password. This may be a risky step to choose a simple username and password. There is also a problem with the website developers for choosing username and password. So, what will be the solution, which policies are considered in choosing username and password and how can you defend against the loot of hackers are covered in this

Topics: Trial and Error, Dictionary attack
Year: 2013
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