Dictionary attacks are not guaranteed! There are billions of different combinations that are out there. And think about this, a combo list that has 100,000 different combinations is still probably less then 1% of all possible combinations.ricknasty wrote:I am a newbie here at hthreads.org. I just installed Accessdiver and read some tutorials on it, pretty straightforward, I figured out the Proxies section, however I am having problems with wordlists. After I load my wordlists combos and proxies, I start the brute force, but get no results... I've tried thousands of different wordlists. Can somebody give me some pointers on how to get the best wordlist combos. Also, how many words should I load...Should I load the same words on the username and password. Does accessdiver automatically find the combos of your words for username and passwords? Right now I am wasting all of my proxies because I get no results and have to start all over again!! Please help...
Using a digital watermark
A watermark is not actually a mark at all but rather an invisible tag added to an image file. The mark is not evident when viewed on a computer screen or when it is printed. The process was developed for photographers to attach their names and image details for cataloguing and circulation amongst the advertising agencies. Unfortunately the tag may be removed in one of the many graphic applications that support the plug-ins used and offers no protection for creators nor deterrent to copy thieves at all!
Using a transparent layer
Use of a clear gif in a layer over the top of an image was first developed by ArtistScope years ago. Back then most users were still using browsers that did not support layers and the method, although cited by many of the copy cats in this industry, is easily circumvented. [Such as checking the source code for the image name.]
No right click scripts may be a deterrent to newbies on the Internet, but they are merely just that... tools for amateurs, and if anyone really wants your image (even an amateur) they will get it with little difficulty.
[If you want the code for this, I'm sure it's plastered all over the internet.]
Using applets to protect images
There have been many simple image applets offered as "image protection". Without using encryption and domain lock, the protection is only superficial. ArtistScope's strategy offers the most effective protection available where the images are encrypted and domain locked, making them un-viewable away from the owner’s website. It offers protection against mouse click saving, the use of grab type software, and bandwidth theft through unauthorized and direct linking. It is safe from all avenues of copying except screen capture.
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