Questions tagged [dictionary-attack]

A dictionary attack is a technique for defeating a cipher or authentication mechanism by trying to determine its decryption key or pass-phrase by trying hundreds or sometimes millions of likely possibilities, such as words in a dictionary.

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Why isn't Kerberos using temporary keys to avoid dictionary attacks?

In the Kerberos protocol, the user sends his ID, the server (Or ticket granting server) ID and a nonce value. The Key Distribution Center uses a key (I assume symmetrical) derived from the client's ...
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Does a password that's cracked someone's account increase the chances of cracking someone else's account?

For every find in password that cracks someone's account, does that particular password have a higher probability of cracking someone else's account more than a brute force dictionary choice? How ...
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Argon2id benchmarks

Recently I've decided to publish a simple app that I am using for maintaining and storing sensible encrypted data on the cloud. https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9NSGBQSJ2HD6 The hashing is done ...