[Ads-l] "to brute-force," "to brute-force search"

Wilson Gray hwgray at GMAIL.COM
Thu Mar 24 01:09:28 UTC 2016


Information Security: First International Workshop, ISW'97, Tatsunokuchi,
Ishikawa Japan, September 17-19, 1997, Proceedings
Okamoto, ‎Eiji, et al., eds.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol.1396, 1998 - Page 121
Springer-Verlag, Berlin et al.
https://books.google.com/books?isbn=3540643826
Secure Applications of Low-Entropy Keys
Kelsey, John, et al.
"We introduce the notion of key stretching, a mechanism to convert short
s-bit keys into longer keys, such that the complexity required _to
brute-force search_ an s + t-bit keyspace is the same as the time required
_to brute-force search_ an s-bit key stretched by t bits."

Macworld.com
Forensics expert says FBI to use NAND-mirroring to crack terrorist's iPhone
"... Farook’s iPhone used a four-digit passcode, which would result in
10,000 permutations, a low enough number to be possible _to brute-force_
using NAND-mirroring ..."
http://goo.gl/bmg4XX
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-Wilson
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