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Filippo lost his OpenBSD Full Disk Encryption password and is taking the time to figure out a way to extract and bruteforce the password, it’s currently a work in progress but a great way to learn.
The same hacker who was selling the data of more than 164 million LinkedIn users last week now claims to have 360 million emails and passwords of MySpace users, which would be one of the largest leaks of passwords ever.
The passwords were originally hashed with the SHA1 algorithm, which is known to be weak and easy to crack, and they were not salted. “Salting” makes decrypting passwords exponentially harder when dealing with large numbers of passwords such as these.
Below are the top 55 passwords that LeakedSource cracked so far.
Earlier this week passwords that were jacked from LinkedIn from 2012 were offered for sale online. What initially thought to be a theft of 6.5 million passwords has actually turned out to be a breach of 117 million passwords. The cache of stolen accounts were hashed with the recently deprecated SHA-1 algorithm. leakedsource.com was able to get their hands on the dump the passwords weren’t salted and easily cracked. Below are their results.
Researchers, Kai Cao and Anil Jain, from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Michigan State University have loaded up an inkjet printer with cartridges designed for printing electronic circuits, and used the output to fool smartphone fingerprint sensors on a Samsung Galaxy S6 and a Huawei Honor 7. They just needed a reversed scan of the victim’s fingerprint, and an inkjet printer loaded up with ink and paper from printed electronics specialist AGIC. Read their paper ::HERE::.
Every year, SplashData complies a list of the millions of stolen passwords made public throughout the last twelve months, then sorts them in order of popularity. This year the results, based on a total of over 2 million leaked passwords, are not the list of random alpha-numeric characters you might hope for. Rather, they’re a lesson in exactly how not to choose a password.