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Using passwords to verify a user's identity is the most widely deployed method for electronic authentication. When system administrators need to recover lost passwords or test accounts for easily guessable passwords, it can require millions of hash function and string comparison operations. These operations can be computationally expensive but are easily(More)
  • K Foerster
  • 1987
The problems of the muddy concept of "compensation neurosis" are demonstrated under different aspects. The following fields are discussed: terminological questions, clinical picture including psychodynamic reflections and approaches as to the course, the legal bases in the Federal Republic of Germany, in particular for the legal annuity insurance and(More)
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