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  • adj. Not hashed.


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un- +‎ hashed


  • The people who write them are presumably controversial enough to merit a book contract, and sufficiently motivated by the indignities of having been misunderstood to rehash for the public things that they may prefer, remain well, unhashed.

    Eric Dezenhall: The Bush Biography as Damage Control

  • This link prompts the user for their username and then runs a php script which then creates a new random password for the user, sets the user's password in the database to the hashed version of the password and then finally sends the unhashed new password to the user's registered email address.

  • I look at it this way: any programmer who doesn't know to make his app deal with spaces, slashes and quotes, or one that actually saves unhashed passwords (the only reason I can think of adding a word-filter on passwords), shouldn't be implementing a security system to begin with.

    Government Computer News Current Issue

  • Passwords are also hashed in this way but can be changed to be a unhashed "clear" value by changing the following in web. config ...

    ASP.NET Forums

  • Is it possible to store UsedID in aspnet_users as an unhashed value e.g. '1' instead of

    ASP.NET Forums

  • Encyption / Decrypting is a two-way process, whereas a hashed string cannot be unhashed.

    ASP.NET Forums


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