Challenge 41 ☆☆☆
A website was using MD5 for hashing passwords, and its developers recently found out that someone released a dump of their user data.
In an attempt to improve security, they decided to migrate to a stronger hashing algorithm like bcrypt.
The developers decided that the fastest way to migrate would be to hash the pre-existing hashes using bcrypt. Using two hashing algorithms would be more secure than using one, right? It appears so.
Unfortunately, a data leak occurred again and this time the dump contained the bcrypt hashed passwords. At least, this time they are safe right?
For this challenge, you are provided with two database dumps containing usernames and passwords. The dump file db-dump.txt was generated before the migration and the other dump file db-dump-2.txt was generated after the migration. Both dump files are available inside the db-dumps folder.
Now, assuming that all the users except one have changed their passwords, can you find the unchanged password?