Posted Mar 22, 2012 18:47 UTC (Thu) by RobSeace (subscriber, #4435)
Parent article: Shadow hardening
> The principle advantage is that Blowfish can be configured to use as many
> set-up rounds as desired when generating the hash; thus administrators can
> increase the number of rounds over time to make attacks more and more
> computationally expensive as processor power increases.
How is that an advantage over SHA-*? They can also do the same thing: