Having cryptographically secure solutions is required for many of the regulatory standards such as PCI-DSS, HIPAA, SOX and many others. If you store financial data or private consumer information, chances are that you need to implement a cryptographically secure solution. One common mistake made by developers is implementing the wrong solution due to a lack of cryptography understanding. When looking into SHA and AES, you should know the differences before tying a critical system to it only to be required to unwind changes due to mistakes.
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