What are Brute Force Attacks?

A brute force attack is a cryptographic hack wherein the attacker manually guesses the different possible combinations of a targeted password and repeats the process until they land on the correct combination. A longer password will require more sophisticated combinations. Brute force attacks are not the most efficient approach, but it's one of the easiest attacks to execute.         

In Netenrich

As a part of our Secure Enterprise package, Netenrich will protect you from brute force attacks with early detection and recommendations for remediation. We have created a Brute Force Detection Model that allows us to efficiently zero in on potential attacks faster than the speed of bad. Netenrich pours through these false positives and gives your SOC team remediation recommendations.