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Compute bcrypt hash from command line

Following process worked for me! I have installed httpd-tools using the following command in CentOS8 yum install httpd-tools -y Then executed the htpasswd command like below: htpasswd -bnBC 8 "&...
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DPAPI / MacOS-style Keyring for Linux or BSD?

No, there's no integrated solution. What you mean is something that could link Luks file encryption, system login and desktop keyring solution (Gnome Keyring, KWallet, etc) altogether. Unfortunately ...
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Which password is required by hacker?

First, I'm going to assume that there is a path from the Internet to your system that requires a normal login. That would normally be ssh, but there are other possibilities. Of course, if you are ...
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I try to add passwords to the "pass" password manager. But my attempts fail with "no public key" GPG errors. Why?

This is a rollup of the above information as I used it for pass with gpg2 on Kubuntu 20.04 (Ubuntu Linux v 20.04 with KDE desktop) pass is the Linux CLI password manager. High Level View: pass ...
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How to check password with Linux?

In BASH you may use: function is-password-correct(){ username=$1 password=$2 su ${username} -c 'echo' <<< ${password} return $? } is-password-correct root passw0rd [[ $? == ...
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Which password is required by hacker?

Someone can compromise your server without knowing any of your passwords. They do so by running an exploit against one of the services running on your machine (e.g. a web server, or a SMB service) and ...
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Which password is required by hacker?

I'm by no means a security expert, as far as I know it depends on how your computer got compromised. If you ran a malicious software as a user, it will probably have access to most of your $HOME and ...
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