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make a hash of something

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a ruinous state of disorder

to speak together and exchange ideas and opinions about

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chopped meat mixed with potatoes and browned

purified resinous extract of the hemp plant

chop up

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A salt string is a random array of characters created and then attached to a user's password before hashing it.
Bosworth is the founder of the Eugene group, which is by no means the only hashing club.
Digital signatures are created from asymmetric and hashing algorithms and used to authenticate the sender and prove the data hasn't been tampered with in transit.
These solutions typically use hashing algorithms, such as MD-5 and or SHA-1.
Timestamp renewal allows existing timestamps to be refreshed as secure hashing technology advances.
The hashing approach ensures that the same piece of data is never stored twice, as duplicate files can be identified though a comparison of hashes.
The broad product line implements many security standards including AES, AES-CCM, AES-GCM, XEX-AES, secure hashing algorithms, Triple-DES and public key cryptography for applications ranging from secure wireless communication, storage server to network devices
Two of the most commonly used hashing algorithms are MD5 and SHA1.
The best cryptography implemented today is found in government, financial, and internet applications in the form of AES and SHA, both specified by NSA and FIPS as industry standards for encryption and hashing, respectively.
In February 2005, Chinese researchers announced cryptanalytic findings that revealed significant weaknesses in the popular SHA-0 and SHA-1 hashing algorithms.
Palladia's ADSL VPN Router integrates an Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) engine with support for Data Encryption Standard (DES), Triple Data Encryption Standard (3DES) and Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), as well as Secure Hash and Message Digest Hashing in hardware.