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It’s Time For A Crash Course On Rainbow Tables

Rainbow Tables seem to be a topic that no one wants to talk about. Well, it’s time to talk about it. Everyone wants to talk about Dictionary Attacks, Brute Force Attacks, and Hybrid Attacks – but what about Rainbow Tables? Rainbow Tables can crack any Windows password that is 14 characters or less within 28 minutes at a 99.9% accuracy. That should alarm you if your company does not have a secure password policy in place. It’s time to educate yourself and your employees on Rainbow Tables. It is one thing to tell your employees to use a password that is greater than 14 characters. It’s another thing to tell them why it is important and the impact it can have on the company’s health.

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