Familiarize Yourself With Cracking Dictionaries: A Hacker’s Guide for Password Thievery

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How secure is your company’s password security? Do your colleagues take it as seriously as they should? These are good questions that don’t always come back with the most satisfactory answers.

The reality is that fortified passwords should be mandatory for your organization (and for your personal accounts as well), as cyber actors have made password hacking even easier through the use of Cracking Dictionaries, large lists of data, often cleartext strings, that can be used to crack passwords.

Learn more about this latest go-to hack and a list of guidelines to follow to help your organization encourage stronger passwords from employees via the SoS Daily News.

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