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Is a simple Whirlpool hash with random salt secure enough? [duplicate]

I've been working on a site that requires users to login. It's written in PHP with MySQL, and passwords are stored as Whirlpool hashes with a salt (source code later). However, security sites or ...
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What is better salted hash or openssl encryption?

Im using php and I was looking to store passwords in a mysql database. I was wondering what would be safer to use a salted hash or openssl encryption? If i use a unique random generated salted hash ...
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Encrypting IP addresses in a MySQL database

I'd like to encrypt IP addresses in my MySQL database, with the following constraints: Does not need to be resistant to attackers that can execute queries. Must be resistant to attackers that have ...
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Password security in databases - today still best practice? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Which password hashing method should I use? There are a ton of great posts about password security in databases on stack overflow and on other sites and as I am ...
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MySQL OLD_PASSWORD cryptanalysis?

The password hash used for MySQL passwords prior to version 4.1 (now called OLD_PASSWORD()) seems like a very simple ad-hoc hash, without salts or iteration counts. See e.g an implementation in ...