Author Topic: Huge security breach from Onliner Spambot  (Read 2641 times)

1. there are programs which calculate and randomize numbers and letters until it finds the password
Both brute-force and dictionary attacks are still woefully slow due to processing power not being anywhere near what hackers need it to be, both on their side and on the server side for access (assuming the server doesn't have some kind of lockout protection system).

It's more viable to simply pick another username/password combination from a list than spend time trying to unlock a specific one.

i got pwned in army forces online, edmodo, exploit(dot)in and Xsplit

i dont remember signing up for AFO and exploit???
« Last Edit: August 31, 2017, 04:13:55 AM by Duck Quackington »

i got pwned in army forces online, edmodo, exploit(dot)in and Xsplit

i dont remember signing up for AFO and exploit???
you probably searched by name and theres a chance somebody else used your name on another website without realizing it

you probably searched by name and theres a chance somebody else used your name on another website without realizing it
i put on my full email and those four came up

exploit.ln is an unconfirmed list of emails and passes. you're probably good