Password Attack

Password Attack

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  • John stole Sharquisha from me on!
  • I'll steal his password to make sure it wont happen again!
  • I love you
  • I'll use a dictionary password attack to find his password
  • A dictionary password attack is a type of cyber attack in which the hacker makes the computer run through a dictionary to find every word combination until it finds the correct password.
  • What is a dictionary password attack?
  • Psst... What is your password? I need to make sure you arent hitting up other girls.
  • Ok, don't tell anyone, but it is AW3S0M3. It's the word awesome, but I switched some letters with numbers.
  • What!!! The computer can't find the word! Now I will never be able to get Sharquisha!
  • I don't think you could get any girl, sweetie.
  • Great! Now I can make a protected Club Penguin account!
  • As you can see, dictionary password attacks are can be prevented by using complex passwords with characters other than letters.
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