Windows 10 has its own way of encrypting hashes, but these can be brute-forced by hashcat. One of our students created 2 of his own password encryption algorithms in python (One for encode, one for decode). Is there a way we can implement his algorithms on our Windows 10 PC and Router such that the algorithm encodes the wifi password, creates a hash, and then sends it to the pc, which reads the hash and then uses the decode algorithm to get the correct password.
Edit: I read the possible duplicate, but what I'm trying to do here is implement this method of encryption along with standard hash encryption. This algorithm is for string encryption, which would encrypt the password before it becomes a hash. I agree that standard tried and true hash encryption is the safest hash encryption. How do I encrypt the string before it becomes a hash?