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Giving Argon2 more memory does indeed make it slower. When Argon2 fills the memory that it uses, it calls the G function, which modifies data based on the BLAKE2b round function. Increasing the memory also increases the number of columns iterated over in each iteration, each of which also involves a call to the same G function. As a consequence, doubling ...


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When you look at saving the hash to a SQL server DB, I would also suggest that you use Hex, rather than Base64. With SQL Sever the default configuration will ignore case (case insensitive), and because Base64 uses letters of different case as part of its encoding (byte value of 'a' is not equal to 'A'), if you would use your hash to find or match a hash in ...


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