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From David Ford <david+c...@blue-labs.org>
Subject Re: Drop md5 from htpasswd docs please
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2002 18:11:07 GMT
Is it possible for whomever knows best to provide code or help to the 
PHP group and make a PHP <bsd|apache>_md5() function?  Or adapt the 
current PHP function w/ an additional attribute to select which type of 
hash to use?  md5($string, ..., HASH_NORM|HASH_BSD), it'd be very nice 
if the latter was accepted, I'm sure in the future there will be at 
least one more implementation of md5 to cope with.

Thanks for listening,
David

Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:

>I am getting rather tired of answering questions on this one.  Could we
>please drop this crap about htpasswd using md5.  A modified md5 is no
>longer md5, so let's not call it md5 at all.  Over and over again people
>ask me why md5($string) doesn't match what is in htpasswd-generated
>password files.
>
>-Rasmus
>



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