Six Deals You Need To Know About In Australia Today

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G'day! Here are some cracking online deals for Lifehacker readers, including: half-price Catch deals, $300 off Xiaomi electric scooters, $2 McChicken burgers and more!

1. Click Frenzy deals: The Click Frenzy sale has officially ended, but a bunch of retailers have quietly extended their deals. We've assembled a list of the best bargains you can still get - all with discounts of between 50% and 90% off! Click here.

2. Four months of Amazon Music for $0.99: Amazon Music has brought back its four months for 99 cents offer. Normally, the streaming service costs $11.99 per month. Click here to sign up!

3. Catch half-price deals: Catch has knocked 50% off a bunch of Christmas gift ideas, including air fryers, board games, fitness trackers, anti-theft backpacks, toys and audio products. Click here to see the the range!

4. $300 off electric scooters: eBay is selling Xiaomi's Mi M365 Electric Scooter for $708 - down from an RRP of $999. This thing is a beast, sporting a 300W-600W wheel motor capable of reaching speeds of over 25km/h. Click here!

5. $2 McChicken burgers: McDonald's underrated McChicken burger is currently going for $2. To get the deal, download the MyMacca's app and click on the My Rewards section. Click here!

6. 100GB mobile data for $28: Circles.Life has extended its $28 SIM deal with 100GB of data. The plan is contract-free and it also comes with unlimited calls and text, making it one of the best best bang-for-buck offers on the market. Click here for details!

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    To get the deal, download the MyMacca's app

    And have your password insecurely stored. There's no other reason to have a character limit on a password other than to reduce the size of the unencrypted password in their database. Salted password hashes are all the same size so they're definitely not hashing them.

      Not necessarily. A character limitation doesn't preclude the possibility of the stored pass being salted.

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