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From:Mike Aubury Date:August 18 2007 6:17pm
Subject:Re: Password storage
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But you can use it for passwords (ask Unix)...

You can't decode what the original password was, but you can encode the 
password they typed in and check the two hashes match - if they do - the 
chances are that the original passwords match (the odds against are huge!)




On Saturday 18 August 2007 16:19, Mogens Melander wrote:

> MD5() is not an encryption function. The MySQL manual states:
>

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