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Protecting Rails From Attacks

The first time I heard the term “rainbow table”, I admit I did a double take. What on Earth is a rainbow table? It sounds like something that belongs on a playground. A rainbow table attack, come to find out, is one of many ways hackers try to access sensitive personal information from you when you store your password on a site.




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