bcrypt (Password/Passphrase hash)

Consistent Hashing


Bcrypt is a hashing Key derivation function transforming a password or passphrase in a key.

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Authentication - HTTP Digest Access Authentication

Digest access authentication is an http authentication method based on authorization entry. It is intended (as a security trade-off) to replace unencrypted HTTP basic access authentication. It is not,...
Cryptography - Salt (init vector)

A salt is a text added to the password to make difficult an attack. See also: The salt value is public (not secret) and should be generated at random for each new encryption stored with the password...
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What are Password credentials? Authentication -

Password credentials are credentials that use the password and another identifier (such as an email or a name). It is something you know and is, therefore, a group identifier. ionicasmeets/status/954269521531035648Ionica...
What is a Key Derivation function (KDF)?

Key derivation functions transform a password or passphrase into a key. The fastest function to transform a password into a key is to ignore the password and return the zero key. PBKDF2PBKDF2 (with...

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