- v. present participle of hash.
“The reason for the love of hashing is that it is one-way.”
“Gore was a talky candidate who believed in hashing things out, and he put his own family traumas on the record.”
“One method is called "hashing," which creates specific, anonymous strings of numbers and letters from plain text data such as your name or phone number.”
“Sony clarified on its PlayStation blog Monday that user passwords were protected using a method called hashing, which isn't strictly encryption, but makes use of a cryptographic algorithm.”
“My point is that although password hashing is a very wise practise, there are situations in which the plaintext is necessary, and with careful design a plaintext password store can be made no weaker in security than the rest of the system.”
“The group tackled organizational business, namely hashing out a structure for the nonprofit corporation they would form.”
“Please be assured that eHarmony uses robust security measures, including password hashing and data encryption, to protect our members' personal information.”
“The issue was in jBCrypt, a library we use for password hashing, and is outlined here.”
“You can read more about password hashing in MySQL 5.1 here”
“Added secure password hashing functions (hmac based salting + different hash methods)”
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