Cyber Defense: Category - Cracking Passwords

PowerShell for KeePass Password Manager

KeePass is a free, open source password manager for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. KeePass can be scripted with PowerShell to view, add, edit or remove entries. This makes it easy to store secrets like passwords and encryption keys in KeePass for use in PowerShell scripts that need to use these secrets. This little article is just some sample PowerShell code to get you started. Continue reading PowerShell for KeePass Password Manager


Reset Local Administrator Password Using A Different Random String On Each Computer And Recover The Passwords Securely

Free PowerShell scripts to reset the local Administrator password automatically to a different random string on every computer in a small or large enterprise, then save that password in an encrypted form so that only IT staff can view the password in plain text. Continue reading Reset Local Administrator Password Using A Different Random String On Each Computer And Recover The Passwords Securely


How Long To Crack A Password Spreadsheet

A spreadsheet which allows you to calculate how long it would take a brute-force crack of a password or passphrase to reveal the plaintext. You set the assumptions for the cracking rate, length and complexity. Continue reading How Long To Crack A Password Spreadsheet