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Fun with CUPP and Medusa in Kali Linux (Part 2 of 3)

In the previous guide, I showed you how to use the Common User Password Profiler in Kali Linux.  Today, we’re going to crack passwords against that list.

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Fun with CUPP and Medusa in Kali Linux (Part 1 of 3)

What’s the best way to crack a password? Your first idea might be to grab a giant wordlist and start a dictionary attack against an account such as a Windows Active Directory account or a web login.  Or you might

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Detecting Rootkits on a PC

Imagine malware so sophisticated that it not only disappears from the Windows Task Manager and your antivirus software but also modifies the code that undergirds the operating system in such a way that it’s virtually impossible to detect. Does such a thing

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Using the Social Engineering Toolkit In Kali Linux

Here’s a little known fact:  It’s a lot easier to trick a credulous user into dishing over his password than it is to crack it.  People are getting smarter with passwords.  It seems like hacked accounts are always in the

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Cracking Windows Passwords (Part 1 of 2)

Do you remember a thing called trust?  I remember when I was 10 or 11 years old I decided to open a “family” bank for my brother and sister. Being the conniving bigger brother, I convinced them that their allowances

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