About local user password hashing algorithms in RHEL
Linux provides tons of choices for how a local user can authenticate on a system; however, most people still simply stick with passwords (also commonly called passphrases).
Thankfully, the passphrase that a user chooses is never stored anywhere on a modern Linux system; instead, the passphrase is transformed using a one-way
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