Sorry, the NSA has been cracking SSL certs since the beginning of SSL and since it is public domain and free, it is impossible to deny this. If SSL was a secure communication protocol, it would have been able to protect you from people cracking your certs.
We use that to check if the server is vulnerable or not. If you use a website that has that method of password hashing, we can do a brute force attack using the ~100,000 threads we have at our disposal (on a laptop, might as well try up to a million). If we succeed in cracking a password, you will notice an uptick in CPU usage and in our case, we can notice the process taking up a good amount of RAM. So even if the server is not vulnerable, we can still try cracking it.
SHA-1 is a 160-bit (20-byte) hash algorithm. If a user's password is less than 10 characters, it is more than trivial to bruteforce it.
It is more costly than MD5 but it is a more secure method.
Without question, the best way to create a secure hash for a password is to use the most costly method and that is hashcat, a suite of utilities that use both CPU and memory resources to crack passwords faster than you can imagine. However, if you do not have hashcat or the resources to run it, it is worthwhile to study less expensive methods.
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