Password Attacks
Updated: 11/6/2018
Password Attacks
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  • How2BCoolAtSchool.com Username: 2cool4schoolz Password: Password123
  • I wouldn't do that...
  • Whatever...
  • ACCESS GAINED!
  • Dear Attacker, You have just gained access to Bobby's password to his computer. You successfully downloaded an infected malware that allowed you to record his keyboard movement. You can now login to his computer and access his private information. If Bobby has "common sense", he probably used the same password for other accounts. Have fun!
  • TWO DAYS LATER...
  • ALL FILES HAVE BEEN DELETED No Information Found
  • OH NO! WHAT HAPPENED? WHERE DID ALL MY STUFF GO?!
  • Password Attacks are when an attacker tries to gets a victim's password for criminal use.
  • You are a victim of password attacks. 
  • How can I fix this?
  • Passwords Should: -Have a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters -Include special characters and numbers -Not use dictionary words or names -Be changed frequently
  • Here's a few ways to avoid password attacks!
  • ACCESS DENIED
  • Oh whale! Time to find a new victim...
  • TO BE CONTINUED...
  • Cybersecurity.org Login: Bobby0123 Password: qdwe3c4!
  • I need to be more careful next time with all my accounts and passwords.
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