After all these articles circulating online about md5 exploits, I am considering switching to another hash algorithm. As far as I know it's always been the algorithm of choice among numerous DBAs. Is ...
I have also asked similar q here : To create a variants of MD5, I made following changes : MD5 uses a non-linear sin(i)* pow(2,32) ----> i plane to use cos(i)*pow(2,32) Instead ...
DISCLAIMER: This is not an endorsement of MD5 as a password hashing function. I know about parallelization, GPUs, and dedicated password hashing functions like bcrypt and scrypt. With that out of ...
It is well known that SHA1 is recommended more than md5 for hashing since md5 is practically broken as lot of collisions have been found. With the birthday attack, it is possible to get a collision ...
A professor told us today, that MD5 is weak. I understand his chain of thought but pointed out, that IMHO MD5 is a good way to go if you would use a long (even really long) dynamic salts and static ...
Just had a vendor tell me that because their PCI auditors did not recommend banning the use of unsalted MD5 to store sensitive data at this time with with their current level of PCI compliance that ...
I have a login form with username and password. I post this form data to a PHP file. For security reasons I want to encrypt my password in the database and network. Now I have done now following ...
Possible Duplicate: Generating random numbers with repeated hashing, but without using a standard hash function I need a new mechanism to create Random Number Generate(RNG). In which ...