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One of the most important questions asked in the Java interview. JIT(Just-in-time) compiler is a part of Java Virtual Machine and describes a technique used to run a program. It aims to improve the performance of Java programs by compiling byte code into native machine code to run time. It converts code at runtime as demanded during execution. Code that benefits from the compilation is compiled; the rest of the code is interpreted. This improves the runtime performance of programs. For compilation, JVM directly calls the compiled code, instead of interpreting it. The biggest issue with JIT-compiled languages is that the virtual machine takes a couple of seconds to start up, so the initial load time is slower.
Local Variable: Local variables are declared within programming blocks. These variables are created when block, method, or constructor is started and variable is destroyed once block, method, or constructor exists. Access is limited to the method in which it is declared. Local variable decreases the complexity of code. Before executing, these variables are needed to initialize. It does not include any access modifiers like private, public, protected, etc.
User passwords are stored by default with the salted SHA-512 standard from the SHA-2 family as defined in the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 180-4 Secure Hash Standard. Blackboard Learn adds the best practice of "salting" using a secure random seed of HMAC-SHA-512. The practice of salting is important because it requires greater computing requirements to crack a password, in the event user password hashes are exposed to unauthorized actors.
Blackboard Learn also supports an alternative password hashing methodology that uses the Key Derivation Function (PBKDF2) Approach. PBKDF2 is part of a family of "adaptive hashes" that have gained popularity amongst the security industry for use with hashing passwords. This approach has a "slowness" factor about them that help provide resistance from password cracking. PBKDF2 is noted by the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) Special Publication 800-132 Recommendation for Password-based Key Derivation.
The shadow file is one of the most protected files on a Linux system as it contains the encrypted password used by all known users to log on to the system. It stores the user account information along with details on password settings. If the shadow file can be accessed by an unauthorized user, then attackers can attempt to crack the hash to find the clear text password used. If the password is human-created, this method is often successful for an attacker.
ProcessBuilder on Windows is restored to address a regression caused by JDK-8250568. Previously, an argument to ProcessBuilder that started with a double-quote and ended with a backslash followed by a double-quote was passed to a command incorrectly and may cause the command to fail. For example the argument "C:\\Program Files\", would be seen by the command with extra double-quotes. This update restores the long standing behavior that does not treat the backslash before the final double-quote specially.
In the java.lang.ProcessBuilder implementation on Windows, the system property jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands=false ensures, for each argument, that double-quotes are properly encoded in the command string passed to Windows CreateProcess. An argument with a final trailing double-quote preceded by a backslash is encoded as a literal double-quote; previously, the argument including the double-quote would be joined with the next argument. An empty argument is encoded as a pair of double-quotes ("") resulting in a zero length string passed for the argument to the process; previously, it was silently ignored. An argument containing double-quotes, other than first and last, is encoded to preserve the double-quotes when passed to the process; previously, the embedded double-quotes would be dropped and not passed to the process. If a security manager is set, such as in WebStart applications, double-quotes are encoded as described. When there is no security manager, there is no change to existing behavior; the jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands property can be set to true: jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands=true or false. If left unset, it is the same as setting it to true.
For .exe programs, embedded double quotes are allowed and are encoded so they are passed to Windows as literal quotes. In the case where the entire argument has been passed with quotes or must be quoted to encode special characters including space and tab, the encoding ensures they are passed to the application correctly. The restrictions are enforced if there is a security manager and the jdk.lang.Process.allowAmbiguousCommands property is "false" or there is no security manager and property is not "false".
The first execution in the Forms subflow is the UsernamePassword provider.This provider also does not require for a user to already be associated with the flow.This provider creates a challenge HTTP response and sets its status to challenge(). This execution is required, so the flow honors this challenge and sends the HTTP response back to the browser.This response is a rendering of the Username/Password HTML page.The user enters in their username and password and clicks submit.This HTTP request is directed to the UsernamePassword provider.If the user entered an invalid username or password, a new challenge response is created and a status of failureChallenge() is set for this execution.A failureChallenge() means that there is a challenge, but that the flow should log this as an error in the error log.This error log can be used to lock accounts or IP Addresses that have had too many login failures.If the username and password is valid, the provider associated the UserModel with the AuthenticationSessionModel and returns a status of success().
Install Java 8 up to Java 15, then download the latest release and double-click on the file jsql-injection-v0.82.jar to launch the software. You can also type java -jar jsql-injection-v0.82.jar in your terminal to start the program.
One of my blogging friends (Black star) has developed password cracking tool. Password Cracker 1.1 .This tool can crack MD5,SHA-1,.. Hash codes using Dictionary Attack Method. Password Cracker 1.1 is open source (free) , you can download the tool from the following link Download :-For windows Users :-Download the Password Cracker 1.1 from HereOpen the HashCodeCracker.exe which is inside the folder .Note :- You need JRE (Java run time Environment) to run this .If you don't have it, Download it from Oracle.comFor Linux Users Download the HashCodeCracke.zip file from HereExtract the zip file, Open a new Terminal. Navigate to the path of Extracted zip file, Type this command "java -jar HashCodeCracker.jar".Now the application will run.How To Use Password Cracker 1.1 1. First download the tool from the above link , then run the application ( Password Cracker 1.1 )2. Now Select the Input case type There are 3 options ., select one of themDefault - As it is in the dictionary fileUpper case - Change the dictionary file input to upper caseLower case - Change the dictionary file input to lower case3. Now Select Other type option as shown There are 3 options ..select one of them Reverse Input: Reverse the dictionary file input. Example :- Let us assume the dictionary file contains the following inputs: pass, i loveyou. if you choose reverse input , it will reverse like this : "ssap","uoyevoli".Double: Just doubles the input.Example :- If the input is " pass " then it simply doubles it as "passpass"Numbers at the End: Add numbers from 0 to 99. Example :- pass0,pass1,pass2....pass99.4. Now paste the hash code and Select the Hash method (MD5,MD4,SHA-1,SHA-128,SHA-256,SHA-512).5. Select a dictionary file and and click the "Crack the Hash " button.Wait for a some time, it will return you with the password. If the hash is not cracked, then try to changing the "other type" and "Input Case type".Pros :- Very easy to use , Has a nice GUI (Graphical user interface ) , available for both windows and Linux platformsCons :- Very slow to crack , It only uses dictionary attack to crack passwords If you have any Doubts regarding the instillation , please pass your comments for further clarifications
Initially, the EncryptContent processor had a single method of deriving the encryption key from a user-provided password. This is now referred to as NiFiLegacy mode, effectively MD5 digest, 1000 iterations. In v0.4.0, another method of deriving the key, OpenSSL PKCS#5 v1.5 EVP_BytesToKey was added for compatibility with content encrypted outside of NiFi using the openssl command-line tool. Both of these Key Derivation Functions (KDF) had hard-coded digest functions and iteration counts, and the salt format was also hard-coded. With v0.5.0, additional KDFs are introduced with variable iteration counts, work factors, and salt formats. In addition, raw keyed encryption was also introduced. This required the capacity to encode arbitrary salts and Initialization Vectors (IV) into the cipher stream in order to be recovered by NiFi or a follow-on system to decrypt these messages.
The key used in single-key encryption can be a password, code or string of randomly generated numbers and is sent to the message recipient, enabling them to unencrypt the message. It may be complex and make the message look like gibberish to intermediaries passing it from sender to receiver. However, the message can be intercepted, decrypted and read, no matter how drastically the one key changes it if an intermediary gets ahold of the key. E2EE, with its two keys, keeps intermediaries from accessing the key and decrypting the message. 2b1af7f3a8