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    I know this is more of a curiosity but I wanted to get some expert opinions on this. I recently heard someone recommend stepping up from md5ing (not to SHA1) but to AES encrypting the password, which would use itself as the key. Does anyone have any recommendations on if that would be more or less...

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    What is SHA1?

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    Is SHA1.pm ( Perl module for SHA1 algorithm ) included in the perl download package from web? I ported a script from a Linux environment to an AIX environment. This script uses the SHA1 message digest. Although, perl exists on the AIX environment ( checked this using perl -v) , the script can't...

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