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I begin on the fifth floor
and end on floor ninety-nine.
Made by rounds of four
and bland bits of design.

Here its value's its description
advance of being digested.
Some checks confused with encryption.
Has your security been tested?

What's the word?
What's it for?
How's it stored?
What is yours?

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you are a

1. Hash algorithm
2. Used for checking validity without storing the original
3. Stored as one of the valid hash values (or buckets).
4. you want my name hashed? So it sounds like you are describing a hash algorithm that goes from 5 to 99, so adding up Ascii values of my name (SteveV) mod 94 +5 would do that, which is 83+116+101+118+101+86 mod 94 + 5 = 40

I begin on the fifth floor and end on floor ninety-nine.

When you hash something you put it the results in buckets or floors?

Made by rounds of four and bland bits of design.

This sounds like it may be describing a hash technique

Here its value's its description advance of being digested.

hash is food before it is eaten/digested

Some checks confused with encryption. Has your security been tested?

Hash is confused with encryption. But encryption can be decrypted, hash is one way.

Oh and

your anagram spells "I am a Hash"

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  • $\begingroup$ Very close! I've added the four questions more clearly. $\endgroup$ – JonM Feb 15 at 16:57
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Are you a

Password

I begin on the fifth floor and end on floor ninety-nine.

It can have 5 characters, but I an not sure about the 99

Made by rounds of four

A metal lock can have 4 spinning number circles for the combination.

and bland bits of design.

Some passwords can look like this if you type them in ******.

Here its value's its description advance of being digested.

They are codes that can be cracked.

Some checks confused with encryption. Has your security been tested?

You need to have a strong password.

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  • $\begingroup$ Its good! but their are four questions... ok 3 serious ones. I'll clarify it in the question! $\endgroup$ – JonM Feb 15 at 16:54
  • $\begingroup$ Couldn't help it. Sorry. $\endgroup$ – Arnaud Mortier Feb 15 at 19:20

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