Right now I'm storing a salt and password_hash on the users table (pretty standard stuff). The need arose to get a secure hash of another field for a user. Is there any risk in reusing the same salt ...
During a Q&A period at DEFCON this year, one member of the audience mentioned that we're using "fake salt" when concatenating a random value and a password before hashing. He defined "real salt" ...
I learned that the Sun guys used the login name as salt for password hashing. Is this a common approach? What are the most common salt values?
Possible Duplicate: Password Hashing add salt + pepper or is salt enough? In the official documentation of the PKCS5 V2.0 standard, we can read "The salt can be viewed as an index into a ...
Please Note: I'm aware that the proper method for secure password storage hashing is either scrypt or bcrypt. This question isn't for implementation in actual software, it's for my own understanding. ...
I read somewhere that adding a salt at the beginning of a password before hashing it is a bad idea. Instead, the article claimed it is much more secure to insert it somewhere in the middle of the ...