- n. Plural form of hash.
“Warden reads about 10-20 bytes for each test, and again hashes this and compares against a list of banning hashes.”
“They dealt in knickknacks, and their trivialities were as far from creating a unified impression as were the pointillistic puzzles of modern painters and the word hashes cooked up by the decadent poets.”
“The groups run "hashes" -- an event loosely structured like an English fox hunt.”
“One way hashes is a minor part of the problem – It’s not that people don’t know enough to understand the logic of disproving something – they can’t even understand the case for their position itself.”
“Back in 1938, a group of British officers and expats in Malaysia formed a running group and sponsored events called hashes, based on the old English game of Paper Chase or Hare and Hounds.”
“The actual password hashes live on the central server.”
“Passwords or password hashes should only be stored encrypted with limited access.”
“It includes a good discussion of why taking extraordinary measures to come up with uncrackable passwords may often be wasted effort — you need to be protecting your password hashes, which are gold.”
“LastPass also uses one-way salted hashes, which is not a potato-based concoction.”
“The most recent incident in December involved the release of mysql database dumps for ten neo-nazi websites and forums including private messages, emails, password hashes, everything.”
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