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ahmed_one wrote:
I've found lots of suggestion for encrypt the password is far better then salted and hashed method
Anyone who understands the difference can point out that this is incorrect.

If you store my password (encrypted), then YOU (and your boss, and everyone else in your company, and all subcontractors, and the cleaning-lady when you're AFK) will be able to decrypt the password. Next to having access to all the data you're supposed to secure, there's a huge chance that the user recycled one of his old passwords. Enough databases leaked with encrypted passwords to give us a nice and huge dictionary.

Salt and hash, or omit the password entirely; the only thing worse than no security is a FALSE sense of security.
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