Is there a list of characters not used to generate the hash in PHP's password_hash()? I'm looking for a quick/cheap way of indicating which proprietary algorythm or standard password_hash() was used to generate the hash and would like to just tag on a single character to the front of the string returned but can't seem to find a list of characters the function doesn't use in the return value.
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