Thomas Andreè Lian

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bio website finalfantasyworld.net
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At the time Working for Secode as a Security Analyst, and at UiA as a developer for Mobile Health devices, and studying for my Masters in Systems Development on autonomous robots.

Bachelor in Computer engineering Major: Network and security Minor: software development UiA - University on Agder - Norway

Owner and Creator of http://finalfantasyworld.net


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comment Is salting a hash really as secure as common knowledge implies?
The reason i don't use a finished library is simply because my degree is in security, and this is a great way to learn. the people who made for an example bcrypt started somewhere.
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comment Is salting a hash really as secure as common knowledge implies?
does it not exist finished rainbowtables for MD5 and other hash algorithms which cover hashes of strings from 1->n chars?
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