from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of salt.
- n. the act of sprinkling salt, either on food, or on an icy road
- n. a salt marsh
- n. The act of tampering with an investigation site by adding bogus evidence.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of sprinkling, impregnating, or furnishing, with salt.
- n. A salt marsh.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of sprinkling, seasoning, filling, or furnishing with salt; specifically, the celebration of the Eton montem. See montem.
- n. A salt-marsh.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of adding salt to food
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Come on, no offense, but this kind of salting is a bit high-school-ish
I will probably have to begin salting it at the table, which I have not previously done.
Yeah, thanks for that, Dad: there’s three inches of snow on the ground here and I just did my arms in salting the drive.
Supports password salting (up to 512 bits), reducing the risks presented by dictionary attacks.
They understand that hashing is good, they vaguely understand the notion of salting, and they figure that salt+hash is all they need to know.
· Supports password salting (up to 512 bits), reducing the risks presented by dictionary attacks.
Modular design allowing 3rd party drivers to be created, incorporating new hash / cypher algorithmsDecryptionsoftware available to improve transparency, and allow even the mostjunior software engineer to prove data is being encrypted correctlySupports password salting (up to 512 bits), reducing the risks presented by dictionary attacks.
Interesting bit at the end - sounds rather like the death and cutting up of Osiris and the "salting" of his body parts around the "nomes" of Egypt, doesn't it?
Its also a good idea to look at "salting" the passwords, to prevent attacks with rainbow tables but I'll leave that for another day.
There was an exterior kitchen, in which certain processes were carried on — such as salting stolen mutton and boiling huge masses of meat, when such work was needed.