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Detecting Brute Force Attacks

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The document discusses detecting brute force attacks, highlighting methods like dictionary attacks, offline brute force attacks, and rainbow table attacks. It emphasizes the importance of strong password policies and protection measures like lock policies, progressive delays, and tools such as Captcha-reCAPTCHA to safeguard against brute force attacks. The document also delves into specific examples of brute force attack detection, such as Windows RDP brute force detection, and outlines the protocol/services vulnerable to brute force attacks, including web applications, RDP services, SSH services, mail servers, LDAP services, and more. Additionally, it provides insights on logon types and event IDs in Windows systems to identify and prevent brute force attacks effectively.


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