How do big companies like VB store passwords?
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04-26-2008, 08:20 PM
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Well why couldn't it? If you used a regular unix timestamp or even mysql's datetime, which you could then translate into the timestamp, as your dynamic hash and had it stored in a field which was called say, "registered_on", how do they know you're using that as a salt? It just looks like you're recording the timestamp of when they signed up.
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