Is AES256 sufficient for password hashing?
by moot - July 30, 2021 at 03:30 AM
#1
Currently I hash my user passwords with AES-256-GCM and was wondering if this is safe, I was suggested this by Xbdm and Courvix
#2
AES is fine obviously if you have a long enough char pass.
Honestly tho id suggest looking into the others i guarantee agencies are trying their hardest on AES rn because its the most mainstream known "safe" one.
#3
base64 is much faster and just overall better
#4
(July 30, 2021 at 03:18 PM)grangus Wrote: base64 is much faster and just overall better

haha this ^ also give me the server admin pass just for fun
#5
Is there a joke here I'm missing?

EDIT: OH YES, it's being compared with that moronic baboon xbdm.
#6
I like bcrypt for hashing passwords
#7
(July 30, 2021 at 03:30 AM)moot Wrote: Currently I hash my user passwords with AES-256-GCM and was wondering if this is safe, I was suggested this by Xbdm and Courvix

Is this a joke?
How do you "Currently I hash my user passwords with AES-256-GCM"? Hashing and AES does not go together.
#8
(August 01, 2021 at 12:00 AM)Courvix Wrote: Is there a joke here I'm missing?

EDIT: OH YES, it's being compared with that moronic baboon xbdm.

Since you’re online, are you affiliated with https://pedo.land? They keep trying to sell me openvpn configs but I think they’re just yours renamed
#9
(August 02, 2021 at 04:21 PM)pompompurin Wrote:
(August 01, 2021 at 12:00 AM)Courvix Wrote: Is there a joke here I'm missing?

EDIT: OH YES, it's being compared with that moronic baboon xbdm.

Since you’re online, are you affiliated with https://pedo.land? They keep trying to sell me openvpn configs but I think they’re just yours renamed

Nope. That site is run by SCP/xbdm/Courtecy/MerchantISO - whatever alias he feels like changing to that week.
#10
Yeah it's fine, like really fine. They need years to crack this
#11
Thanks for the suggestions, I’ve decided to stick with MD5
#12
(July 30, 2021 at 03:33 AM)STARTEXMISLEAD Wrote: AES is fine obviously if you have a long enough char pass.
Honestly tho id suggest looking into the others i guarantee agencies are trying their hardest on AES rn because its the most mainstream known "safe" one.

Your reply makes no sense, please elaborate

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