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Our possible new customer asks if salesforce uses any strong algorithm encryption for user credentials.

Somebody knows how salesforce stores passwords? Any documentation? I have found nothing.

Thanks.

  • The answer is YES. But I don't think SFDC will be too forthcoming on the actual algorithm for security reasons and instead will simply say that it complies with X, Y and Z security standard. I am sure other are more knowledgeable about this here. – Sebastian Kessel Jun 28 '17 at 18:07
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I suppose one of these https://trust.salesforce.com/en/compliance/ would cover your requirement at least from business perspective (i.e. without disclosing technical details)

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I don't believe any organization that follows data security standards is storing or should be storing user passwords in any form - plain text or encrypted. Password validation can be done by using stored MD5 hashes of the password.

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