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Store hashed passwords


Passwords must be hashed before being stored using secure hash algorithms such as PBKDF2 and bcrypt.


A hash function maps data of arbitrary size to fixed-size values. It conceals sensitive information as it is often not possible to reverse hashed texts. Hashing passwords helps to prevent unauthorized actors from obtaining them when accessing the storage system.

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