MD5-Hash of a SHA-1-Hash unsecure?
- From: "Andre Pawlowski" <sqall@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 05 Dec 2008 09:19:25 +0100
I've written a program which can store files encrypted (
). The user enters a
password when he wants to encrypt a file. The programm makes a
SHA-1-Hash of this password and transfers it from the browser to the
server. When the encryption starts, the program makes a MD5-Hash of
this SHA-1-Hash for the IV of the blowfish algorithm.
Here is my question: Is it less secure when I make a MD5-Hash of a SHA-1-Hash?
 Andre Pawlowski
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