"This method is unlikely to be practical unless the password is
relatively small. ... in which case the attack is called an offline
attack (it can be done without connection to the protected resource),
or not, in which case it is called an online attack. Offline attack is
generally a lot easier, because testing a password is reduced to a
quickly calculated mathematical computation; i.e., calculating the
hash of the password to be tried and comparing it to the hash of the
real password. In an online attack the attacker has to actually try to
authenticate himself with all the possible passwords, where arbitrary
rules and delays can be imposed by the system and the attempts can be
logged." (These statements come from assumptions which should not be

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