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Source: LinuxExposed - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Security Every time I go on line, I usually am up to no good. My intentions are often never hostile, but I do take part in the shady business of password cracking. Meaning I actively use unorthodox methodology, that I know for a fact the FBI frowns down upon, to obtain hashes. Once obtained I usually spend a few hours cracking these hashes via good old fashion bruteforcing. Now, bruteforcing is the most reliable method of password cracking in existence today.

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IP filteringWritten by Jason W on 2006-06-09 16:06:23
I would think that many of these sites would filter based on IP address rather than useragent. IP is a little more difficult to spoof. 

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