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Hashing a derived key is not a security issue because cryptographic hashes are one way. There are two ways people could attack the derived key. Guess a password, process it using PBKDF2, SHA-512 hash the result and see if it matches Guess a derived key (128 to 256 bits), SHA-512 hash it and see if it matches The amount of work performed per guess with ...


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