Encrypt the password from the form using the same salt value as the one 
used for the database then compare them...

At 05:36  22/01/02, Hawk wrote:
>I've asked this several times but it doesn't seem like anyone understands my
>problem, the passwords are encrypted in the database, but I don't know how
>to match an unencrypted password from the login form with the database?
>is it possible to encrypt the password I sent from the form in php or does
>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 replys I've
>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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