what kind of encryption are you talking about?
If you mean mysql's password() function, then no you can't do that in
php. obviously whatever you use has to match the original encryption.
On Mon, 21 Jan 2002 20:36:59 +0100, Hawk wrote:
>I've asked this several times but it doesn't seem like anyone
>problem, the passwords are encrypted in the database, but I don't
>to match an unencrypted password from the login form with the
>is it possible to encrypt the password I sent from the form in php
>that have to be done in mysql?
>in any case, how do I do it?
>If you don't have anything bright to say, don't, in some of the
>had earlier it sounds like you think I'm an idiot...
>And even if I am, I don't want to be refered as one ;)
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