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adding encryption to login password box

Thread began 4/09/2010 1:41 pm by mr hankey | Last modified 8/13/2010 4:44 pm by mr hankey | 2914 views | 23 replies

Eric Mittman

I'm not sure that I understand what is being asked here:

  other than that is there a way to show the encrypted version of a password?  



If you would like to see an encrypted version of any value you can output it with php like this:

php:
<?php print(sha1("the value to show as encrypted")); ?>



There are other methods of hashing a value that do not rely on sha1. It will create a hash value for you, but how safe it is depends on who you ask. I think in general it would be fine for most instances, but there are others out there that might produce a larger harder to crack hash. You should be able to find out more about them by searching the php site.

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