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Add password encryption on Mysqli Record insert

Thread began 1/17/2016 1:29 pm by dazler1977 | Last modified 3/09/2016 1:13 pm by Ray Borduin | 255 views | 5 replies |

dazler1977

Add password encryption on Mysqli Record insert

I am using the Mysqli Record insert and I have a password field that I need to encrypt so that the password is not viewable in the database but shows as a token. Is this possible?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes, you can use an encryption function when storing the value and when doing the comparison on login. Just find an encryption function you would like to use and call it in the server behavior when binding the values.

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dazler1977

Add password encryption on Mysqli Record insert

Is there a way you can give an example of how to incorporate the encryption function?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

What type of encryption do you want to use? Do you have a particular encryption function in mind?

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dazler1977

Add password encryption on Mysqli Record insert

I was wanting to use password_hash.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

All you would need to do it wrap the binding value in the insert server behavior with the encryption function you want to use.

So instead of:

php:
<?php echo(isset($_POST['Password'])?$_POST['Password']:""); ?>


You would use:

php:
<?php echo(isset($_POST['Password'])?password_hash($_POST['Password']):""); ?>
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