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  • hash - Why cant md5 be reverse engineered? - Stack Overflow
    About Us Learn more about Stack Overflow the company Why can't md5 be reverse engineered to generate an input (any input, not necessarily the original) Source Credits: Why MD5 SHA1 password hashes cannot be decrypted?
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    About Us Learn more about Stack Overflow the company Decrypting Hashing [duplicate] Ask Question -2 Why MD5 SHA1 password hashes cannot be decrypted? 1116 Why not inherit from List<T>? 1 Encrypted String to byte[] 1
  • mysql - How to decrypt the encrypted password in md5 . . .
    MD5 is not encryption, it is a one-way hash This means that there is no way of going back to the original password given the hashvalue (other than brute-force or a rainbow table attack) There is a longer, very good explanation, in this similar question and answer In theory, MD5 cannot be decrypted
  • security - What is currently the most secure one-way . . .
    But hashes cannot be decrypted It is only possible to find collisions (input values that result in the same hash value) For password hashing, MD5 should still be considered to be a reasonable option (as you've hinted), provided your passwords are strong and you use a salt (which would apply to any hash) @molf I've edited in a warning
  • passwords - Is salted MD5 or salted SHA considered secure . . .
    Is salted MD5 or salted SHA considered secure? Ask Question a sequence of bits of fixed length (128 and 160 bits, respectively) There is no salt anywhere in the definitions of MD5 and SHA-1; no password either, for that matter the procedure should be very expensive and slow That's why specialized password hash algorithms like bcrypt
  • hash - How to decrypt LDAP passwords Hashed as MD5 . . .
    How to decrypt LDAP passwords Hashed as MD5? [closed] You cannot decrypt an MD5; you can only find a collision – logicalscope Mar 16 '12 at 15:45 4 And LDAP is not a storage location, it's a communications protocol – Graham Hill Mar 16 '12 at 16:03 Your MD5 hash {MD5}




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