Does key length require storage?
Kevin A. Burton
burton at newsmonster.org
Mon Jan 24 13:52:50 PST 2005
Anatoly Vorobey wrote:
>On Sun, Jan 23, 2005 at 10:19:22PM -0800, Kevin A. Burton wrote:
>>The current protocol.txt says that the maximum lenght of a key is 250
>>Is there any hashing done in the server to prevent storage of the key or
>>is the entire key stored so that the server can rehash if necessary?
>The entire key is stored and matched when necessary.
Why isn't this documented anywhere. Should we be recommending that
people use short keys when possible?
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