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    Thread: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?
Post: RE: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?

epixoip Wrote: (02-12-2017, 08:14 AM) -- Email addresses (and usernames themselves for that matter) are really no different from very weak passwords: short, predictable, low-entropy, human generated ...
trevorhughdavis hashcat 5 9,228 02-14-2017, 05:22 PM
    Thread: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?
Post: RE: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?

epixoip Wrote: (02-11-2017, 09:36 PM) -- In this context (assuming the donors or beneficiaries or whomever are intended to be kept confidential) it is dumb to use MD5, yes. They should be trivial to ...
trevorhughdavis hashcat 5 9,228 02-12-2017, 01:31 AM
    Thread: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?
Post: md5 hashing emails - that's dumb, right?

I work with nonprofits who often share their email lists lower cased and hashed with unsalted md5 in order to verify how many people signed a petition, etc. That sounds like it would be fairly tr...
trevorhughdavis hashcat 5 9,228 02-11-2017, 07:35 PM