The number of passwords an individual user must remember to use services in the digital space continues to grow daily. In the past, a user could get away with memorizing a single password that they could use for many services. However, now that seems to be an implausible and risky notion. Passwords have been used […]
Salting further encrypts passwords by inserting random data before and/or after a password before it is then hashed. This further randomizes the password’s hash which makes it harder for an attacker to crack.
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