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There are a couple of reasons why a salted signature would be helpful. It really depends on the particular implementation of a system. For example if your message is encrypted, then signing with a salt could give you a different signature for the same message each time. This can be very important depending on the situation. If the salt was actually ...


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If you decode the resulting cipher text with a base64 decoder it says: Salted__XXXXXXXXXXX Where XXXX changes, but "Salted__" doesn't. So I guess it is a prefix added to the ciphertext to define its format.



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