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Nearly all modern multiuser computer and network operating systems employ passwords at the very least to protect and authenticate users accessing computer and/or network resources. But passwords are not typically kept on a host or server in plaintext, but are generally encrypted using some sort of hash scheme.
Like a CRC, a CHF algorithm incorporated into a modern cryptosystem (say, starting in the late-1980s or early-1990s) can, theoretically, accept a message of arbitrary length and produce a fixed-length output. And, like CRCs, it is believed that it is computationally infeasible to produce two messages having the same message digest value or to produce a message having a given prespecified message digest value, given a strong message digest algorithm. Unlike CRCs, message digest algorithms are intended for digital signature applications; signing the "compressed" version of a message (i.e., the hash) is far more efficient than signing the entire message. Furthermore, signing the hash value takes the same amount of time regardless of the size of the message, thus making the time required for signing to be much more predictable than if signing an arbitrary length message. Also unlike CRCs, message digest algorithms have an encryption function integral to their computation. 2b1af7f3a8