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migrating user accounts from Wordpress to SecurityAssist

Thread began 6/08/2017 6:44 am by MagsW | Last modified 6/12/2017 12:37 pm by Ray Borduin | 43 views | 2 replies |

MagsW

migrating user accounts from Wordpress to SecurityAssist

I'm migrating a Wordpress site and have copied the existing user database table over and have used that to set up SecurityAssist login. The current passwords are hashed and salted. I chose Hash as the encryption method when generating the SecurityAssist pages, but is there a way that I can replicate the settings from the old Wordpress installation so that users can use their existing passwords to access the new site? I have access to the WP configuration files but not sure how I would do this or even if it's possible?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd have to work with you to get this done. Security assist doesn't work with blowfish hashed passwords by default and would need some hand coding to pull off. I could help in a premium support ticket.

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MagsW

Thanks for the reply Ray - it may not be worth the bother as I think they may want to take the chance to weed out some users, so I may reset all the passwords anyway.

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