but then I can break all your passwords (because the salt was the same for all) This is what your system means by "users salt", that way if I break the system with ks only one guy's stuff is cracked, I'd have to do it for everyone. I recommend you use a sha512 salt, this gives a fixed 128 character-long (it's PHP, it'll end up in a database) output for any input.
To salt it you can hash it several times, you can put a k between it, as long as it is 'deterministic' the same for a given input.
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Please save me from going round the twist because of this annoying code.
Alternately you can help me fix my code, which is below.
The salt is some random crap that's deterministically applied to the input, so suppose to get your hash, this way if I know the hash, but don't know the salt, I'd have to work out how you salted it first, if I did know the salt I'd have to know how you applied it, and so forth.
So suppose you did the simple salt above to passwords, so the common "password" becomes "pkakskskwkokrkd", and I have my "rainbow table" (a list of inputs and their hash values), I probably wont have (the salted form) in that table, but suppose I know the hash, and that you put ks between letters, I'd have to re-create my rainbow table using words but with ks in them and that'd take a lot of memory, a lot of time..... but another problem, in my db many user and passwords.(for ex: in my db have 10 records).Anyways, when you post these things on a forum, it's best to remove these lines of code... Hi, I'm a newbie so this will sound stupid but I was wondering if you could PLEASE post your final code bang_iti08 as I am a bit desperate with my PHP database login that is not working.Visit Stack Exchange // Getting all user input $values = $_POST['values']; $error = false; if (!validate Username($username) && $error === false) if (!Like we don't actually know what x is (we happen to know it can be either 2 or -2 though) The hash is of a different order though because an infinite number of (theoretical, computers can't handle the longest of the set of all strings, it is too large! If I know it's a pin-number suppose, suppose your pin number is , and P is 1 of 10,000 values, 0000 to 9999 inclusive.