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Fun with LastPass

November 15, 2012
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Fun with LastPass

Being a fan of LastPass (and a local NoVA company as well) we were intrigued when we came across a tweet from @mubix regarding a post from Dhiru Kholia to the OpenWall mailing list. In the message Dhiru discusses some interesting fields he found when looking at LastPass transmissions through Burp proxy and the...
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Latest Oil Company Password Breach Faked?

July 18, 2012
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Latest Oil Company Password Breach Faked?

We’ve been getting a great response from our “More Password Hashes to Crack – The Oil Company Edition” post the other day and I just wanted to take this opportunity to update everyone with information we’ve learned since the initial post and set of updates. First of all there have been some articles misinterpreting...
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More Password Hashes to Crack – The Oil Company Edition

July 16, 2012
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More Password Hashes to Crack – The Oil Company Edition

Nothing super large but @digitalsec4u pointed out some recent postings on Pastebin by Anonymous with a good possible supply of hashes you may want to test your cracking skillz against. In an apparent attempt to #SaveTheArtic the data includes emails and passwords from various oil companies including Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, Gazprom, and Rosneft....
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Is Word 2007 Encryption Secure?

September 6, 2011
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Is Word 2007 Encryption Secure?

There was an interesting discussion that took place on one of the mailing lists I follow the other day with people trying to figure out if the password encryption used in Word 2007 is secure. As most of us know, older versions are easily cracked however the more recent versions are suppose to be...
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