Quoting "Gryffyn, Trevor" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

> If you want to be cheesy, you can also use something like an MD5 has on
> "dog" and get whatever it gets.... Then every time someone enters "dog"
> it always ends up with the same MD5 hash.

How is using MD5 cheesy?  I've implemented exactly that solution a number of
times.  Admittedly, only for a very small site, mainly as the 'site content
update' password.


ps. and on another note, why am I in the list of direct addressees here?

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