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  1. #31
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    A Brute Force Attack is the simplest method to gain access to a site or server (or anything that is password protected). It tries various combinations of usernames and passwords again and again until it gets in. This repetitive action is like an army attacking a fort.

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    A person can attempt for brute force attack to crack a password or username or find a hidden web page, or find the key used to encrypt a message, using a trial and error approach and hoping, eventually, to guess correctly. This is an old attack method, but it's still effective and popular with hackers.

    Prevent brute force attack by using the steps given below:
    1. Utilizing or requiring strong passwords
    2. Allowing a limited number of login attempts
    3. Employing the use of CAPTCHAs
    4. Setting time delays between attempts
    5. Asking security questions
    6. Enabling two-factor authentication
    7. Using multiple login URLs
    8. Tricking the attack software

  3. #33
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    A brute force attack is an experimental technique used to get data, for example, a client secret key or individual distinguishing proof number (PIN). In a brute force attack, robotized programming is utilized to produce countless estimates with regards to the estimation of the coveted information.

  4. #34
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    It is a trial and error method used by application programs to decode encrypted data such as passwords or Data Encryption Standard keys, through exhaustive effort rather than employing intellectual strategies.

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