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In his 2002 book, The Art of Deception, Mitnick states that he compromised computers solely by using passwords and codes that he gained by social engineering. He claims he did not use software programs or hacking tools for cracking passwords or otherwise exploiting computer or phone security.[citation needed]

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However, while it is pretty unlikely that the thief will have enough time to type in 10,000 combinations in an ATM, a regular computer today can make tens of billions of attempts per second. A 4-digit PIN would be cracked instantly.

To make it as hard as possible to crack your password, you have to increase its sample space as much as possible (it's harder to guess the correct password out of a trillion possibilities than a thousand possibilities).

We can see here that what makes a password hard to crack is not whether it has symbols or not, or numbers or not, but its sample space. You can make the sample space bigger with length or with more characters. The bigger the sample space is, the harder it is to crack the password.

A password with 50 bits of entropy is said to be drawn uniformly from 2^50 possible distinct passwords. A password of 51 bits is drawn from a sample space of 2^51, which means it's twice as hard to crack as a 50-bit password.

We know that it's impossible to solve the hash back to it's plain text form. But what you can do, however, is to hash every single possible password of that sample space and see if their hashes match up with your target. If they do, then you cracked their password.

Now, it takes some computational power to hash these passwords, and some hashing functions are more computationally intensive (harder to compute) than others, making them more time-consuming (sometimes, infinitely more) to crack.

And how do we know much time it would take to crack your password? Well, it depends on a few variables: the hash rate of your attacker's computer (how many hashes it can calculate per second), the attack mode used, the hashing algorithm used, etcetera.

A great place to estimate hash rates for different hashing functions is Hashcat's forum. Hashcat is a software dedicated to cracking passwords, and users frequently post benchmarks along with their computer's specs.

An ex-cop is tasked with stopping a computer simulation created from the personality profiles of serial killers after it creates a human body and begins replicating infamous murders in real life, seeking to improve on the originals

A regular account is similar to a cracked account in terms of Minecraft. You cannot join official servers like Hypixel, Mineplex, and Cubecraft. You will, however, be able to play online on other servers.

The various subsections of 21 U.S.C. 841(b) stipulate different maximum statutory sentences depending on the amount and type of drugs involved in a crime. In the instant case, however, we refer to the "statutory maximum" to denote the maximum sentence, i.e., twenty years, permitted by 841(b) (1) (C), the subsection that prescribes the penalty for a crime involving an unspecified amount of cocaine or crack.

The Grand Jury Clause provides, in relevant part, that "No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury." U.S. CONST. amend. V.

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