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Hak5 1117 – The Raspberry Pi and how 6.4 Million LinkedIn passwords could have been saved with salt

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  • BridgeLife
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    ~72Mbit/sec Divided by 8 (8bits in a Byte) == 9MB/sec.
    25GB Capacity per Single Layer BD-R… 25GB x 1024 (True 1GB) == 25,600MB.
    Now Capacity by Rate: 25,600MB Divided by 9MB/sec == 2,844.444444 Seconds.
    Time Conversion: 2,844.444444s Divided by 60 (60s in a Min) == 47.4074074 Mins.

    2x Write Time for Single Layer BD-R is ~00:47:24.444.
    Answer Format – Hours:Minutes:Seconds.Milliseconds

    More precisely: ~2844444443999999500femtoseconds…

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