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Currently focusing on SEO optimization and developing fast and lean websites (HTML/CSS/JS), including responsive design. I have also led two releases of JXTA, the Java open source P2P project started by Sun Microsystem. A long time ago, I used to work with ERP's: PeopleSoft and SAP (HR/payroll).


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revised How can I improve a password generation scheme based on a shared secret and URL?
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comment How can I improve a password generation scheme based on a shared secret and URL?
@Paulo My point is that you should not only focus on generating hard passwords. But if one only wants a solution this issue, a simple hashing of the user pwd with a public random large number is enough. The result will be a pwd with proper entropy. But again, this is not enough to consider the system secure.
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comment Is calculating a hash code for a large file in parallel less secure than doing it sequentially?
This is not answering the question... no?
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