What are dictionary attacks?

Dictionary attacks are the most common among brute force attacks. The idea behind this is pretty simple: use a list of words in the dictionary to crack passwords. Attempts typically begin with assumptions about common passwords (like “password,” “12345,” etc.) and to guess the correct one from the list in the dictionary.                   

In Netenrich

Netenrich protects you from dictionary attacks via its Brute Force Detection Model. This model allows us to scour through all the positive false positives and zero-in on the truly potent attacks. Our SOC team then provides you with a solution that's perfectly suited to your organization.     

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