Paper - Analysis of brute force & dictionary attacks

"Brute forcing is the method of testing random strings against a given hash until we find a match.
The way string generation works is that we generate a random number between the ASCII codes "65" to "90",
that's for capital, English, characters, and then convert it to it's ASCII equivalent character
By adding up characters we generate our random string.
Looping through random strings until we exhaust the keyspace is the hard part because the keyspace increases
dramatically depending on the characters in the string, it's length, and the HASH function used..."

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