Password attacks

Password attacks are various methods of hacking aimed at obtaining user passwords, or bypassing password verification. This group of attacks include brute force, stealing and interception of passwords.

Storing plain passwords

The site users passwords are usually stored in the database. Let's say, the application stores passwords without any conversions, as they are entered by users. The table for storing information about users can have the following structure.

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