Many Norwegian webshops don’t care about their users’ passwords

One of the most basic things you learn as you begin developing software that handle user accounts and passwords, is the importance of storing their passwords securely. Storing passwords securely is done by storing the result of a one-way cryptographic function instead of storing the password in plain text in the user database. Which cryptographic function you as a developer should use is always an ongoing discussion that changes often.

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