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Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords
Posted by: Kevin Neberman ()
Date: December 30, 2009 02:55PM

Hey there,

So I have been using MySQL for years now and never had a problem but as my website grows I have forgotten that my users database is somewhat insecure. Currently the passwords column is in plain text which up until this point was no problem but we have recently opened our website up to anonymous registrations. I was hoping I could get some advice on how I can hash our existing and new passwords in the database without disrupting our website and having to rewrite any code.

Ideas?

Thank you so much!
Kevin



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/30/2009 03:19PM by Kevin Neberman.

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Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords Kevin Neberman 12/30/2009 02:55PM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords Rick James 12/31/2009 08:13PM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords M. G. 01/25/2010 05:05AM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords Rick James 01/25/2010 10:59AM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords M. G. 01/25/2010 12:18PM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords Rick James 01/25/2010 08:08PM
Re: Changing Plain Text Passwords to Hashed Passwords M. G. 01/26/2010 10:40AM


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