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With ASIC bitcoin miners, should SHA256 be considered insecure for password hashing?
I'm sure everyone here has seen the rise and further rise of bitcoin. The process used for mining bitcoin is basically "let's brute force an SHA256 hash that is less than this amount" That being ...
Apr 15 '13 at 17:31
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