Bcrypt generator

bcrypt is a password hashing function designed to be secure and slow, making it more resistant to brute force attacks. It uses a key derivation algorithm that involves repeating a simple operation multiple times, making it more computationally expensive to compute the final result. This makes it harder for attackers to crack hashes derived from bcrypt, as they would need to perform the same computationally expensive operations for each guess. Bcrypt is commonly used to store hashed passwords in databases, ensuring that even if the database is compromised, the attacker would still need to perform a brute-force attack to uncover the original passwords.