[Back] LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) is a protocol where entities can be mapped to a global infastructure. It is based on X.500 and is included within Active Directory. It uses a number of different hashing methods to hash passwords.
The results are then:
The main methods used are:
Note: 1000 iterations have been used as the default, but 7 rounds are used for Bcrypt (as the number of iterations is 2^rounds).
A background on LDAP is [here]