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Is there anything wrong with swapping SHA2 for Keccak for use in PBKDF2? There are 2 main issues. Performance and implementation. Performance The performance issue is from an attacker-defender scenario, where the attacker is able to provide FPGA or ASIC resources. In this scenario, Keccak is several times faster than SHA-2. I will use a Blake ...


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Server shouldn't know plain password If the user types their password into a web page in a browser, the server that hosts that web page always has the opportunity to see what password was entered. There's no cryptographic mechanism that can prevent that (at this point in time). To get around this limitation, you need to build a downloadable ...



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