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DNA is the Distributed Network Attack, a password cracking system sold by AccessData.

DNA can perform brute-force cracking of 40-bit RC2/RC4 keys. For longer keys, DNA can attempt password cracking. (It's computationally infeasable to attempt a brute-force attack on a 128-bit key.)

DNA can mine suspects hard drive for potential passwords.