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Britt Cluff
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Yeah, I got my point. Thanks for the question Steve.

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Britt Cluff (1/24/2012)
Yeah, I got my point. Thanks for the question Steve.

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Nice question. I had never heard of HashBytes before.



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A non-deterministic hash function wouldn't be terribly useful, would it? ;-)
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Great question that shows why salting your hashes is so important.

Thanks,

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Mattrick (1/24/2012)
... that shows why salting your hashes is so important ...


A little bit of pepper doesn't hurt either. Hehe
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Thanks yet again Steve.

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paul.knibbs (1/24/2012)
A non-deterministic hash function wouldn't be terribly useful, would it? ;-)


That's what I was thinking... I had to harken back to Advanced Concepts in C... at least it was considered advanced concepts in C 14 years ago.... these days this is probably beginners stuff (Hashes and the like)....

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paul.knibbs (1/24/2012)
A non-deterministic hash function wouldn't be terribly useful, would it? ;-)

Why not? I can think of at least one use for one.

In the old days the apprentice engineer was sent to fetch a bucketful of holes, more recently people were asked to design a device driver for the GSD, and today we could assign the task of producing an effective access control system using an indeterminate hash - the victimtrainee would have exactly the same chance of carrying out this task as anyone did with the traditional spoof tasks.

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