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verify password with hash

Discussion in 'Plesk 11.x for Linux' started by Macs01, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. Macs01

    Macs01 Basic Pleskian

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    I have developed an external application. Users uses the plesk username and password for authentication. Now I have activated the password encryption.
    Therefore, I would like to know how I can use the entered password to verify it via the hash in Plesk api (Format: $5$rEET) or in the Databank (Format: $AES-128-CBC$/123 in `psa`.`smb_users`)?

    Thanks Macs
     
  2. Macs01

    Macs01 Basic Pleskian

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    Hello Igor,

    do you have a solution for me? In another forum, there are other people who needs a solution.

    Thanks Macs
     
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    abdi Platinum Pleskian

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    Macs I don't think you can get that information here on public forums. May I suggest that you create a ticket with them?
     
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    Macs01 Basic Pleskian

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    Hello Abdi, please tell me why I can´t get this information here on the public forum? An encryption method with salt/hash is a standard procedure in many websolutions e.g. joomla, wordpress... There is no secret, except it is not implemented properly.
     
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    Well, I said so because there are a number of un-answered threads in that regard.
     
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    Macs01 Basic Pleskian

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    This is exactly why Parallels (Igor) should give a statement respectively a answer!
     
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    LEGERM New Pleskian

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    Hello, I'm having the same problem, Did you get any response from Parralels support?
     
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    Same here, any ideas?
     
  9. Macs01

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    Meanwhile I do not think it is a real encryption. According to my tests, I think they having a master password.
     
  10. IgorG

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    For hash comparing you should know algorithm and you should have key because it is symmetric encryption. Sorry, but it is not public information.
     
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