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  1. Thanks for your answer

    Thanks for your answer
  2. I know it's bad practice to store clear-text...

    I know it's bad practice to store clear-text passwords. But i can hash password on the server-side, not client.
  3. The need for hashing the password client-side, while the https connection is used

    There is a reason to hash the password on the client side, if you are using a secure connection (https)?

    I understand that if you use https, then all traffic is encrypted ... and password are also...
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