MD5 base 64 Password Encoding

We are using the RT database to authenticate against.
And after learning that RT stores it’s passwords in an
MD5 base 64 encoding style i am trying to figure out
how to compile mod_auth_mysql with such support. Has
anyone done this before, and if so would someone mind
shareing how they accomplished this

Thanks
Winn Johnston

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Winn Johnston wrote:

We are using the RT database to authenticate against.
And after learning that RT stores it’s passwords in an
MD5 base 64 encoding style i am trying to figure out
how to compile mod_auth_mysql with such support. Has
anyone done this before, and if so would someone mind
shareing how they accomplished this

If you’re using mod_auth_mysql from http://modauthmysql.sourceforge.net/
you should be able to do it by setting AuthMySQLPwEncryption to md5.

AuthMySQLPwEncryption none | crypt | scrambled | md5 | aes | sha1
The encryption type used for the passwords in AuthMySQLPasswordField:
none: not encrypted (plain text)
crypt: UNIX crypt() encryption
scrambled: MySQL PASSWORD encryption
md5: MD5 hashing
aes: Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption
sha1: Secure Hash Algorihm (SHA1)

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