Our passwords are super vulnerable
Previously, I wrote a Medium article on how I cracked 40,000 passwords with Python in an hour. I wrote how companies store our sensitive passwords in their database responsibly (and also irresponsibly), how p@$$w0rd and password are the same in weakness and some simple techniques to make hard to crack and easy to remember passwords.
A month has passed. While I was in the shower rubbing my scalp, I thought of a cool idea — a hacking game even for the non-tech people and children. There will be image and text hints to help you out. This game challenges your craftiness and creativity, not so much on your technical skill. It’s a fun game for the weekend with friends or with your kids.
The full game can be found here. Have fun cracking them. :)
Oh, before you go, you might want to check out our cybersecurity board game, Enter The Spudnet. Uncover how the internet works, the possible cyber threats, and ways to stay safe online.