See How Hackers Crack Passwords in Real Life | Password Security | F-Secure

March 14, 2019

Password security is a problem impacting everybody, with weak passwords putting your business at great risk. Watch the video to see two of the most common methods hackers use to crack passwords in real life: hash cracking and brute forcing.

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Lexumo offers the first automated service that continuously monitors your code for public vulnerabilities such as Heartbleed. Built on a massively-scalable cloud stack, the service uses patent-pending graph analytics and machine learning technology developed for DARPA to precisely identify vulnerable code. This radical new architecture eliminates the false positives and negatives of previous approaches — enabling development teams to ship and maintain secure code, faster.

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