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comment Javascript containing a long hexadecimal string and eval: is this suspicious?
Yes probably that site got "hacked"
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comment Taking password letters not whole one, is this secure?
Thanks for further clarification!
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11
comment Taking password letters not whole one, is this secure?
Well... as it was presented in the Q. The possible attacker would know the length of the password and the location of the characters to "guess" (if it is only a username before that). Thanks for the HSM link btw.
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comment Taking password letters not whole one, is this secure?
Feel free to also comment on where I am wrong... @lynks
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