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Is it normal to have MD5 hashing algorithm in a router login page?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I found this in the html page for a router. Does anyone know specifically what its for, and is it bad?

weird_hash.txt


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It shows your IP address in the text file. Btw


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Posted · Original PosterOP
30 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

It shows your IP address in the text file. Btw

It's not mine, don't worry


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Back in the day of IE6-IE8 (and maybe IE9?), there was no access from JavaScript to any kind of Cryptographic APIs. This looks like a typical, but sacrilegious implementation of MD5 hashing algorithm in JavaScript. It's uncommon these days to see such a code, as it is very hazardous to implement, or even try to implement hashing algorithm on your own.

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