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A problem with SHA256 is that it's fast, which makes it possible to verify many possible passwords each second. A standard way to make a password hashing function slow is to perform many iterations of an underlying hash function. For example, PBKDF2 is more or less a loop of hash calculations. When performing 10,000 hash calculations for one password, ...


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