If you're an IT security expert, or any technology professional for that matter, you already have a decent idea of how passwords are saved. You're well aware that they do not get saved in plain text form and that encryptions (try to) protect passwords from being hacked. You also probably know their vulnerabilities. Have you ever tried explaining all of that to a non-technical friend who still insists on using 123456 as their go-to password?
This video from Tech Raj puts everything on the table. It clarifies the technology of passwords and gives examples of how hackers typically get through them, including rainbow tables, dictionary attacks, and brute force attacks. If you've been wanting to explain the basics behind password hacking but are having trouble getting into words, then feel free to share this video.