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How To: Crack SSH Private Key Passwords with John the Ripper

Secure Shell is one of the most common network protocols, typically used to manage remote machines through an encrypted connection. However, SSH is prone to password brute-forcing. Key-based authentication is much more secure, and private keys can even be encrypted for additional security. But even that isn't bulletproof since SSH private key passwords can be cracked using John the Ripper.

How To: Generate Private Encryption Keys with the Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange

When we are building programs that communicate over a network, how can we keep our data private? The last thing we want is some other lousy hacker sniffing our packets, so how do we stop them? The easy answer: encryption. However, this is a very wide-ranging answer. Today we're going to look specifically at how to encrypt data in Python with dynamically generated encryption keys using what is known as the Diffie-Hellman key exchange.

How To: Advanced Cryptography - Total Guide

Hello people again, I wrote my last post about crypto about 10 months ago, now I will introduce something not fresh for the science, but fresh for the people who wants to learn. In my http://null-byte.wonderhowto.com/forum/cryptography-0161538/ post of crypto concepts, there is just basics, today we will see something that targets wide concepts like Symmetric crypto, Public Key Cryptography, Hashing, Keys etc...

How To: The Easy Way to Use PGP for Encrypting Emails on Windows, Mac & Linux

In order to increase the security and harden the integrity of an email account and its content, you'll want to use PGP on your Windows, macOS, or Linux computer. This is usually the first thing security analysts do to protect communications with encryption, and everyone else should consider it too, especially since there's an easy way to incorporate PGP that anyone can follow.

How To: Password protect minimized apps in Windows

Have you ever had to close an application with private info in order to let someone else use your PC? LockThis! is a windows application that lets you secure individual programs without the hassle of having to save your progress and closing the program. To use LockThis! just hold the control key and click on the application that needs to be locked and simply enter your password on the dialog that pops up and your done. Now anyone can use your pc without you having to look over their shoulder....

How To: Use the Firefox 3.5+ private browsing feature

In this ClearTechInfo video the instructor shows how to use the Firefox 3.5+ private browsing feature. To use this feature you need a Firefox version 3.5 or more. Now to start a private browsing session go to tools and click on Private Browsing button. This will trigger a new private browsing session that will now store any browser history, search history or any temporary internet files for that session. But this will still allow you to download and keep files and also add bookmarks. This vid...

How To: Shave your private parts for men

If you're looking for some manscaping tips, this how-to video is for you. Learn the tips and tricks to go smooth down there and impress the ladies. Be careful, follow the steps and you too can trim the grass and make the tree look larger. So if you want to shave your private parts, look no further.

How To: Use the Chrome Browser Secure Shell App to SSH into Remote Devices

Many guides on Null Byte require using the Secure Shell (SSH) to connect to a remote server. Unfortunately for beginners, learning to use SSH can become a confusing mix of third-party programs and native OS support. For Chrome OS users, using SSH is even more difficult. We'll fix this by using the Chrome Secure Shell to establish an SSH connection from any device that can run a Chrome browser.

How To: Hack Photobucket to view private photos

Nothing on the internet is ever truly private and this hack proves it! Learn how to use PhotoFucket to hack into Photobucket with this video. You'll be able to access Photobucket without a password and view private photos from users. Be careful what you leak though...you might unwittingly create the next big reality TV star!

How To: Keep email private with MixMaster

Email is one of the least private and least secure forms of communication, although few people realize this. MixMaster is one way to allow secure, anonymous communication even over the very public medium of email. This tutorial will get you started with MixMaster quickly and easily.

How To: 5 Great Reasons Why You Should Use Private Browsing Online

The creation of private browsing was brought upon by the backlash against ad tracking and other ways that sites and agencies take away users' privacy online. People were tired of getting spammed with ads for Vitamin C pills simply because they visited WebMD. Private browsing is now built into all of the major browsers and is used frequently. While private browsing is more infamously known as the "Porn Portal," and does prove to be a great way of keeping racy content out of the sight of others...

How To: Play Borderlands online with Hamachi private network

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to play the game, Borderlands online with Hamachi private network. Users will need to first download the Hamachi private network. Then open Control Panel, and select Network and Sharing Center. Under Tasks, click on Manage Network Connections. Click on the Advanced menu and click on Advanced Settings. Move the Hamachi network up and click OK. Now open the Hamachi and create a new network or create on. Type in the network ID and password. This video wi...

How To: Surf privately with the Safari web browser in Mac OS X

Apple's web browser, Safari, stores information like web history, Google's search history and cookies from websites. There may be certain instances where you want to keep this information private–for example, if you're on a public computer or have borrowed a computer from a friend, you may want to keep that information to yourself. For a step-by-step guide to using the private browsing feature in Safari, watch this OS X video tutorial.

How To: Protect private files from prying eyes with TrueCrypt

Check out this video tutorial to see how to keep your private files private, even if you have to email them to yourself at your office? TrueCrypt, an open source piece of software, lets you encrypt your files so they remain accessible only to you. This works on any platform; Windows, Linux, or Mac. So, watch this video to see the TrueCrypt download process, how to install it, and how to create an encrypted volume on your hard drive.

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