I am setting up password encryption using PHP blowfish.
The tutorial I am following suggests having individual user generated salts stored in the database instead of a single salt in the php code. I understand that individual salts for each user is good, but doesn't that mean that if a hacker got access to the database they would have access to both the hashed salt and hashed password? Isn't it safer to separate them. I have looked at Wordpress code and they seem to have the salt in the php wp-config.php file, unless I have missed something?
One single salt means a table for hashes only needs to be computed for that single salt. And don't assume your code is safer than your database. Also, you only think of the case the passwords are of interest
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