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revised Are passwords stored in memory safe?
Formatted links.
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comment How to securely hash passwords?
@AviD agreed. Thomas' answers are always great reading.
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comment How to securely hash passwords?
Also, bcrypt already stores the salt in the hash, so you don't have to worry about that.
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comment How to securely hash passwords?
It wasn't meant to discourage salting, but rather $hash = MY_HASH($salt . $pass) where MY_HASH is a fast hashing algorithm. Does my edit make it clearer?
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