Daniel Weis posted a link on his blog that caught my attention. I’m sure you’ll be as inverted as me if your doing “Ethical Hacking”, or “Penetration Testing”.
Here’s the information from the web site:
This password cracking service is for network auditors and penetration testers who need to crack password hashes or crack document encryption. They claim they can crack 300,000,000 passwords in just 20 minutes for $17, which is quite reasonable.
Save Money. Save Time.
One thing is certain, whether it’s a WPA2 network or NTLM hashes or encrypted PDF files, one thing is certain. We specialize in optimizing cracking solutions and fine-tuning dictionary iterations from iteration to Iteration to provide a solution that is more efficient, faster, and less expensive than any other.
We have a variety of dictionaries that are tailored to the format. We have been able to find the most cost-effective wordlists by combining our successes with our failures.
You can feel secure knowing that we found it. Feel Secure If We Don’t.
No matter if we find your password, our jobs are the same. Either the recovery (which is often the case) or the knowledge that you won’t find anything if you build a dictionary and compare your data with it for several weeks.
It’s easy to use
You can submit your job in just three steps. Once your job is complete, you will receive your results via email. Stripe is used to process payments. We never store or receive credit card information. 0
They use Dictionaries
WPA / WPA2 Dictionaries
LM / NTLM Dictionaries
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We collect and store your job application when you submit it.
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We store your personally identifiable information securely within our database. We use industry-wide, reasonable security practices like encryption, firewalls, and SSL (Secure Socket Layers), to protect your information. Despite encryption technology being highly effective, no security system can be completely secured. We cannot guarantee the security or privacy of our database. We also can’t guarantee that your information won’t be intercepted.