So far, I have served out 78K+ minutes of viewing time from my YouTube account
, through 19K+ views. I am really happy with that. :-)
With 88% males and 12% females watching, I can only speculate why red-headed women seem to have better (longer) passwords on average then men. 146 countries/territories have been watching, even from countries far away like Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Mongolia, Uganda and South Sudan.
While Windows is the most popular platform for viewing these videos, I'm a bit surprised to see Android in second position, well ahead of Mac, Linux & iOS. But hey, there are viewers out there using Nintendo Wii! :-)
So without further ado, here are the TOP 5 PasswordsCon Videos:
Advanced Password Cracking: Hashcat Techniques for the Last 20%
Jens Steube (atom, author of Hashcat), Passwordscon in Las Vegas, July 30-31, 2013.
Energy-efficient bcrypt cracking
Katja Malvoni, PasswordsCon in Bergen, December 2013
Passwords^12 - Exploiting a SHA-1 weakness in password cracking
Jens Steube (atom, author of Hashcat), Passwordscon in Oslo, December, 2012.
Password Cracking, From "abc123" to "thereisnofatebutwhatwemake"
Joshua Dustin and Kevin Young, Passwordscon in Las Vegas, July 30-31, 2013.
Password Cracking HPC
Jeremi Gsoney, PasswordsCon in Bergen, December 2012.
Congrats Jeremi! :-)