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How to Store Passwords Securely

by Sandro Affentranger

Data leaks – incidents in which unauthorized persons have gained access to data collections – occur from time to time. To prevent user passwords from being compromised in such a case, it is important that they are not simply stored in plain text. Instead, they should always be stored “hashed”. This article looks at which hash functions are suitable for this purpose.

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Published on: 05.05.2021

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