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S3SS10N Wednesday – Initialization Vectors

Published: February 24, 2016 | By: Tatianna | Views: 1134
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5 Comments
  1. Well presented and explained. Thank you.

  2. wau! you ve made me attentive

  3. You are so much easier to watch then my college professor. Thank you for that

    • A rainbow table is a precompiled hash table.
      As the hash is precompiled with a known password, I know the password if the hash from the rainbow matches the hash in the hashtable.

      Sounds great, but the longer the password of the hash is, the longer you need to compute and write the rainbow table.

      Cheers
      Marcus

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