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I am trying to use vanilla users table on another Codeigniter app.
But for that i need to know how is password hashed in vanilla so that i can compare it with the password entered by user upon login.
Help please to identify the method used.
hash and crypt are two different things, but they are both encodings. A hash is a one way encoding, it is not intended to be "decrypted".
Actually you can use SSO like proxy connect, or jsconnect. Look them up in the documentation.
Vanilla can use a a variety of hash methods.
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Yup i am going through proxyconnect plugin documentation but m unable to understand the part about setting up cookies. Can you help me please?
I mean where i have to insert the code of setting the cookies?
And is there any other way to change hash method of vanilla?
i found this setting in config-default.php
$Configuration['Garden']['Cookie']['HashMethod'] = 'md5'; // md5 or sha1
dont know if this is helpful to u in any respect
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@sahotataran Thanx but its not md5 once right? I meant how to make my password exactly same hash as the one stored in vanilla DB so that i can compare them both !
frankly i have no experieince with it - i am just looking for variables that might be useful to u
check this setting -
i found it in config.php
In truth we use a library called 'phpass' which handles the hashing. It is not a 100% md5, as you can tell by the presence of the dollar signs.
Read more about 'phpass' here http://www.openwall.com/phpass/
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