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Brute force is considered to be an infallible, although time-consuming, approach.

Encryption Encryption is the translation of data into a secret code.

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For additional terms and definitions, please see our online glossary.

Evil Twin This is a rogue Wi Fi access point that appears to be a legitimate one, but actually has been set up by a hacker to intercept wireless communications.

An Evil Twin is the wireless version of the “phishing” scam: an attacker fools wireless users into connecting their laptop or mobile phone by posing as a legitimate access point (such as a hotspot provider).

Hackers have used tools like KARMA to do the same thing for years, but with Pineapple, now you can buy a piece of hardware for only 0 that allows you to become a hacker without downloading or installing any software.

Here’s what their website says: “Of course all of the Internet traffic flowing through the pineapple such as e-mail, instant messages and browser sessions are easily viewed or even modified by the pineapple holder.” Fortunately, there are resources that you can use to help combat these threats.

Just as a criminal might break into, or “crack” a safe by trying many possible combinations, a brute force cracking application proceeds through all possible combinations of legal characters in sequence.

For example, a sidejacker using Firesheep could take over your Facebook session, thereby gaining access to all of your sensitive data, and even send viral messages and wall posts to all of your friends.

Sniffers Packet sniffers allow eavesdroppers to passively intercept data sent between your laptop or smartphone and other systems, such as web servers on the Internet.

To read encrypted data, you must have access to the secret key or password that was used to translate the data into cipher text.

That same key or password enables you to decrypt cipher text back into the original plain text.

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