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Re: Password Data type in mysql
Posted by: laptop alias ()
Date: April 19, 2012 06:33AM

Typically, you'd want to store the hashed value of the password, so the data type depends on the type of encryption.

SHA-256, for instance, generates a 256-bit hash value for which you would use a CHAR(64) data type.

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