A password attack that does not attempt to decrypt any information, but continue to try different passwords. For example, a brute-force attack may have a dictionary of all words or a listing of commonly used passwords. To gain access to an account using a brute-force attack, a program tries all available words it has to gain access to the account. Another type of brute-force attack is a program that runs through all letters or letters and numbers until it gets a match.
How to do Brute force or (Dictionary Attack)
So here we are going to use Backtrack 5, Hydra Attack. I will use fake G-mail a/c for this tutorial
Fill all info on hydra-gtk like this way :-
After all go to > Start Tab and Clik on Start.
So, your Brute Force Attack has been started :-
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