Password Fix

I just wanted to share this perl code with everyone.
It seems the wiki is out of date. Please note Ruslan’s
message.— Ruslan Zakirov ruslan.zakirov@gmail.com wrote:

Sorry, new code really uses md5hex instead of
md5base64, you can
convert old values with next perl code:

use MIME::Base64 qw(); use bytes;
my $md5 = MIME::Base64::decode($old_encoded_pwd);
$md5 =~ s/(.)/sprintf “%02x”,ord($1)/gmse;

This code converts from md5base64 to md5hex, but I
don’t know how to
check if it’s allready md5hex or old md5base64
value.

On 4/15/06, Winn Johnston winn_johnston@yahoo.com wrote:

Example

old rt
QwqhL3Eta7K7mokTeDhv2w
new rt
430aa12f712d03bb9a891378386fdb

the newrt works with mod_auth_mysql md5.

— Ruslan Zakirov ruslan.zakirov@gmail.com
wrote:

As I know there were no change since RT-3.0.0 at
least, Password field
is MD5 base64 encoded.

On 4/15/06, Winn Johnston winn_johnston@yahoo.com wrote:

I am looking for a script that will parse the
newly
upgraded (3.0.1 -> 3.4.5)Users Password
fields.

The

change takes place once a userlogs in for the
first
time on the new system. However it would be
nice

if

there was a script that would commit the
change

for

me, becuase we auth against that user
database,

and i

need one standard encryption method to be
ussed.

Thanks in adavance
winn johnston

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I am looking for a script that will parse the newly
upgraded (3.0.1 -> 3.4.5)Users Password fields. The
change takes place once a userlogs in for the first
time on the new system. However it would be nice if
there was a script that would commit the change for
me, becuase we auth against that user database, and i
need one standard encryption method to be ussed.

Thanks in adavance
winn johnston

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As I know there were no change since RT-3.0.0 at least, Password field
is MD5 base64 encoded.On 4/15/06, Winn Johnston winn_johnston@yahoo.com wrote:

I am looking for a script that will parse the newly
upgraded (3.0.1 -> 3.4.5)Users Password fields. The
change takes place once a userlogs in for the first
time on the new system. However it would be nice if
there was a script that would commit the change for
me, becuase we auth against that user database, and i
need one standard encryption method to be ussed.

Thanks in adavance
winn johnston


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