[ircd-ratbox] mkpasswd MD5 question

Lee H lee at leeh.co.uk
Mon Jul 30 18:41:10 UTC 2007


On Mon, Jul 30, 2007 at 02:26:24PM -0400, Andrew James wrote:
>    I am working on creating a php script that uses an SQL database with my
>    opers information (users/pass) saved in it. passwords are generated using
> 
>    mkpasswd -m
> 
>    My knowledge of C is extremely limited, so I was hoping someone could
>    point me in the right direction.
>    I'm just curious how the md5 passwords are generated so I can create a php
>    function that can read them and/or create them.
>    I am aware its not a direct MD5 hash, i'm assuming its salted somehow..

mkpasswd uses the crypt() function, which is also available natively in PHP.

See: www.php.net/crypt

Cheers,

-- 
-                 Lee H // anfl
-        I code, therefore I break things.
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