FinalSolution

Description

FinalSolution provides a distrubuted, multithreaded, multiprotocol password cracker. FinalSolution is a network administrators tool to check the strength of network passwords. This is done by trying to crack the server you want to test. FinalSolution is multithreaded--i.e., it makes many simultaneous connections to the test server in order to optimize the bandwidth usage. It is also distributed, which means you can make the test from many computers to a single server. It could be useful in some cases when the test server has more bandwidth than you. Using distributed cracking helps optimize the bandwidth usage in the servers side. Whats New in This Release: · Support for distributed cracking · Better text interface · Bug fixes.

Finalsolution - Provides - Server - Test - Password - Multithreaded - Distrubuted - Networking - System

Published By:Leandro Ezequiel Lovisolo

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:25 October, 2010

Version:0.2

Price:Free

Downloads:85

Size:20.5 KB

Platform: Linux

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