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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


Really? I'd be willing to bet every single one of those "suggestions" was written by a security moron. The problem with encrypting a password is that it can be unencrypted and therefor broken. A salted and hashed password cannot be reversed to get the original string, making it FAR more secure.

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