A brute force attack is like a stubborn digital locksmith, trying a gazillion keywords or password combos to break into a site or network. This relentless intruder tests countless combinations, determined to unlock your virtual treasure chest of data. Picture it as an overzealous game show contestant, spinning the wheel of fortune in hopes of hitting the jackpot. This hacking method is why we’re always told to set strong passwords. By choosing strong, unique passwords and adding extra layers of security, you can outsmart these pesky lock pickers.

Becky Duncan