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Is truncating a SHA512 hash to the first 160 bits as secure as using SHA1?
I am from a web development background (I don't know an awful lot about cryptography or how the algorithms themselves work), so I am asking this question in simple terms. Consider a hash of the word ...
Jul 26 '13 at 12:11
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