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Can I use a key-derivation-function as the hash function H in SRP?
In the Secure Remote Password Protocol, the verifier must be stored on the server. In the case of a server compromise, an attacker could obtain these verifiers. If nobody reused passwords, this ...
Jul 31 '12 at 23:42
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