A brute-force attack is attempting to find a secret value by trying all possible values until the correct one is found.

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Unbreakable code and mathematical impossibility

Is an unbreakable code mathematically possible , considering a code with finite number of characters but has infinite combinations , using brute force is it not compulsory that the correct code be ...
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Brute Force AES Calculations

I have an encryption service in which the user decides the length and the type of key, so I would like to build a tool that educates the user on the brute force times for the key they created if using ...
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Resynchronizing brute-force attack against stream ciphers

There is a stream cipher without any known cryptographic weaknesses. The attacker knows parts of the key so she can reduce the key-space to a size that can be practically brute-forced. However the ...
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Evidence of practical differential cryptanalysis attacks

Are any ciphers routinely cracked using techniques derived from differential cryptanalysis or is brute-force historically the only practical attack against ciphers? I ask this because DES was ...