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Author epicfaace
Recipients belopolsky, benjamin.peterson, christian.heimes, dmalcolm, epicfaace, lemburg, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2019-08-14.23:49:30
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Randomizing the hash of datetime objects was first proposed in

For the same reasons as str and bytes are non-deterministically hashed in in PEP 456, shouldn't numerics, datetime objects, and tuples be non-deterministically hashed as well? This is for the reason that they can all be used as dictionary keys (additionally, hash(n) begins to repeat when n is a large enough number) -- so it seems like they are also susceptible to the hash collision DoS attacks.
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