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MD5 with salt?

Thread began 4/05/2013 2:41 pm by john384495 | Last modified 4/29/2013 10:05 am by john384495 | 1297 views | 6 replies


MD5 with salt?

Ok after searching the forum I am thinking this can't be done as the redirect page says login failed. Anyways, the database I am connecting to (and cannot be changed) is using a email field (varchar255), a password field (char32) with MD5 encryption and a password_salt field (char3). Looking at the only user (1 record)...which is the admin the password_salt field data is "=0=" which I assume would be the same for all user.

I was able to create the form and the redirects forms but having no success in an actual success for a login. I am assuming because I have to use MD5 for the encryption for the password field and that does not generate the extra file in the webassist folder called "wa_securitykey.php" which I guess is required for salt. Is there anyway to hardcode it.

Thank you in advance for your time.


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