Details for our second monthly talk below.
I will be giving a talk on the evening of 17th March entitled:
Password Cracking With a GPU and Why Complexity Matters
This will be a demo of password cracking, how you can accelerate it
using a commodity graphics card and why the issues of complexity,
storage and re-use matter.
I am a Linux sysadmin and consultant with 15 years experience. I am the
organiser of Wolverhampton Linux User Group, was a presenter on the
LugRadio podcast and organiser of the UKs largest annual Linux community
conference LugRadio Live before founding a Linux and Open Source support
and consultancy business.
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Meeting starts at 19:30 GMT, Weds 17th March.
The talk will start around 20:30.
Meeting ID: 814 7856 0717
No password required for this but guests will need to wait in the
virtual lobby before being allowed in.
There's a social before and after the talk so please feel free to hang
around and chat.
There's a Meetup link here if people want to say they're coming: