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How Not to Store Passwords: SHA-1 Fails Again

06
Nov
2017
How Not to Store Passwords: SHA-1 Fails Again

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Problem: How do you store a password but make it nearly impossible to recover the plaintext in the event that the database with the password hash is compromised?

When doing software development, it’s critical to review these functions. Having good development standards for your team will ensure that people store passwords properly and avoid mistakes that may cost you a lot of time or money later on

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