Hacking with Netcat, Targeted Brute Force Dictionaries, V…


Darren shows off some nifty tricks for Netcat and a targeted brute force attack dictionary generator. Matt continues his series on Virtualization with redundancy and Shannon pimps the blog with her WordPress plugin picks. Plus the results of our Monkey Contest, the Code Challenge and this weeks easter egg hunt πŸ˜‰

25 thoughts on “Hacking with Netcat, Targeted Brute Force Dictionaries, V…”

  1. digital engineers at a pinch, its clear this type of behavior leads to self-immune patterns of people advocating for injustice around long-term habits and short-term habits.

  2. I usually just get a websters dictionary out and typing at approx 95 wpm I can crack a lot of passwords without fancy tools.
    I’ve done it so much now that I practically memorized the whole dictionary.

  3. well said man, i actually find when matt is being a “prick” hes actually funny, in a monotone blatantly sarcastic way. darren is pretty quick and witty so it makes for an entertaining show and that girl has nice tits hahaha. its funny how they mock her in subtle ways hahaha she has a good sense of humor though πŸ™‚

  4. I suspect you called Matt a prick because of his sober presentational style. His manner works well with the bouncy style of Darren. If viewers were paying big subscription fees to access these shows; they might have a right to harsh criticism. These people provide good info at a price everyone can afford, they do not deserve to be insulted.

    I appreciate people showing their real personalities rather than the fake personalities that are prevalent in mass media.

  5. It’s probably still in a dictionary. A Chinese dictionary. Throw a few numbers and special characters in that! πŸ™‚

  6. the password i use for all my stuff is a word i heard from a chinese guy once when i went to buy food, and i never say it, i just thought it was funny and started to use itas a password =P lawl

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