Brute Forcing is a method cyber attackers employ to gain unauthorized access to user accounts or systems. This technique involves systematically guessing the password by trying numerous combinations until the correct one is found. It is a rudimentary yet effective attack vector, often used against login credentials, encrypted data, and PINs. Brute Force attacks capitalize on the weaknesses in password security, exploiting simple and commonly used passwords. These attacks, which are simple and effective, can be conducted with minimal expertise - a simple bash script works - but can cause significant damage to organizations. Maintaining least privilege and using multi-factor authentication in conjunction with complex password policies can significantly reduce the likelihood of successful intrusions.