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Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2015 15:16:34 +1000
From: Christian Heinrich <christian.heinrich@...h.id.au>
To: discussions@...sword-hashing.net
Subject: Re: [PHC] CynoPrime finds AM src.code flaws, AND YOU KNOW WHAT
 HAPPENS NEXT

Per,

On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 7:20 PM, Per Thorsheim <per@...rsheim.net> wrote:
> Well, my post still holds, on the fact that having an account with AM
> doesn't prove anything "illegal" by itself. Unless of course having an
> unverififed account with a dating service by itself is morally wrong.
> Legally its not afaik.
>
> The amount of passwords cracked by @CynoPrime however, and their current
> estimates says they will crack 90-95% of all the passwords - for all
> accounts, I have no doubt AM have completely FUBAR their password
> storage implementation.

To clarify, if the unverified account had authenticated once bcrypt
was available they would have transitioned from MD5AM and MD5AM2?

Also bcrypt wasn't available in PHP until v5.5 according to
http://php.net/manual/en/function.password-hash.php and if correlating
their repository logs to PHP release timelines proves that they didn't
"reinvent the wheel" then an apology should be made on Graham's blog
don't you think Per? :)


-- 
Regards,
Christian Heinrich

http://cmlh.id.au/contact

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