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HMAC (Hach-based Message Authentication Code) Tutorial

Hash-based Authentication Message Code or HMAC is used to authenticate message with hash functions. Message authentication is important mechanism in cyber security and used to check message authenticity. There are different ways and mechanisms for Message Authentication. Message Message is the data, text, image or whatever else we want to...

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What Is OpenSSL Library?

OpenSSL is most popular open source cryptography library which provides a lot of tools, libraries, algorithms about cryptography. It is mostly known with Secure Socket Layers (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols. Supported Encryption Algorithms Encryption is used to make given data unreadable by the intruders. It is mainly...

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How To Install and Configure Openssl Suite On Windows

OpenSSL is very popular security library and tool. OpenSSL provides a lot of security algorithms, standards, protocols as library and tool. OpenSSL mainly developed in the Free software and Linux community but this doesn’t mean Windows do not use OpenSSL library and tools. In this tutorial we will learn how...

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How To Crack Password with John The Ripper Incremental Mode

This is the most powerful cracking mode. Keep in mind that generally cracking will never end in this mode if there is no password because combinations are too large. Configurations about Incremental Mode can be found in configuration file [Incremental:MODE] section.

–incremental is used to specify incremental Mode Set Only Numeric...

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John The Ripper Modes and Configuration

John have a lot of different features and in order to configure these features it provides a lot of configuration options. In this tutorial we will look some of them. Getting Help There is two way to get help abut John. One is the simplest way by using -h .

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How To Install John The Ripper To Windows and Linux (Ubuntu, Debian,Kali, Fedora, CentOS)

John can be run Unix,Linux,Windows,MacOS Platforms. Source code can be found at github. Debian,Ubuntu:

Fedora:

Windows: Here is the windows binaries. http://www.openwall.com/john/j/john180j1w.zip

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