What are reasonable parameters for Argon2 to hash passwords in a web application? On the one hand we need good performance, fast responses and DDoS resistance, but on the other hand we need protection from brute force on modern GPU, ASIC, FPGA etc. I see an example in Django - they use Argon2i with p=2, t=2 and 512kb of RAM, so is it enough nowadays?
Update: Basically I need to keep response time as low as possible, say 5ms for a user to hash his password. Taking into consideration theoretical throughput of RAM I can afford from 2 till 8Mb per password, so I can either spend more time doing calculations on CPU or consume more RAM with less calculations. What is the best strategy for such a case (do more CPU calculations or consume more RAM per password) to get as maximum brute force resistance as possible? The password hashing algorithm is Argon2, as it's mentioned in the title.
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