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A password is a word or string of characters used for user authentication to prove identity. It  protects document. You can prevent unauthorized access with the help of it. Almost every services need to set up a separate username and password. If you have to work on computer then you have to manage as many as 1000 or more passwords. Researchers estimate that half of us use weak passwords and other half re-use fewer passwords across all over online accounts. 

simple, unsafe and easy-to-remember passwords are easy to break. When we re-use the same password, cyber criminals harvest it from services that have been breached and then use automated tools to decide what other services this passwords will unlock. For this reason, it is essential to use a separate, unique and strong password for each different online account. Then you need a safe way to record and access these passwords or you have to make a trick to remember these passwords. Otherwise you will not be able to gain access to your acc…

Kali Linux 2018.1 Released With Security Bug fixes and Updates for Important Hacking Tools

Kali Linux 2018.1 released with all updated packages and bug fixes since the last version of the Kali Linux that released last November. Kali Linux is a Penetration Testing Distribution based on Debian. Developed by OffensiveSecurity.

Yesterday they pushed the first snapshot release for 2018, the team faced many challenges due to Meltdown and Spectre, who’s patches available with kernel version 4.15. With last November update Kali Linux 2017.3 the team added new tools to the distribution. Current release consists of a new kernel 4.14.12 with a lot of new features.
Secure Memory Encryption Support with AMD With the new kernel update, Secure Memory Encryption added in newer AMD processors, which enables automatic encryption and decryption of DRAM. So even an attacker with physical access not able to read the memory, it makes the system immune from cold-boot attacks. Increase in Memory limit – Kali Linux 2018.1 In the new kernel versions 4.14, the upcoming processors will support 4 PB of…