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Languages I know (or mess with): Lua, PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL, AutoHotKey, Visual Basic, XivioScript, CFML, C#, Java, BeanShell, Batch, Bash, ActionScript 2, ActionScript 3, and I'm learning C/C++.


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comment “Double hashing” with 2 different hash functions
I compared those two ways because sha256 is less-secure than sha512.
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comment “Double hashing” with 2 different hash functions
"2. sha256 returns a shorter string then sha512 Why is that a plus?" It uses less space in a database.
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comment “Double hashing” with 2 different hash functions
However, that covers hashing it using the same hash type. There may be something different using different hashes.
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