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Specific to the security of passwords: hashing, entropy, cracking, resets, lockouts, etc.

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Another possibility is that fb doesn't hash, but encrypt passwords with their master key. Than they could decrypt it anytime to compare it to your new one. Let's hope not - they should hash it! As Rell3oT pointed out, no one knows except fb. So all we can do is throw wild guesses into the ring. …
answered Mar 16 '14 by mohrphium