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Security Risks of Deriving Crypto Wallet Seed Phrases Using Deterministically Derived Salt

This scheme has several major issues. First off, don't roll your own, i.e., don't try to invent your own cryptographic schemes. There are many ideas which look good on paper but turn out to be fatally ...
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Security Risks of Deriving Crypto Wallet Seed Phrases Using Deterministically Derived Salt

The scheme as presented seems more risky to me than it needs to be, because words from the mnemonic phrase are being fed back into a hash-function, and not a password-based key derivation function (...
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Two different salted hashes of the same password for the same user

Short answer, no. If you're using a secure cryptographic hash function and random salts, then storing two hashes of the same password has no impact on security compared to storing just one hash. If ...
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