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Where is Pligg's password encryption script.

I am syncing the registration and authentication with another one of my pages built from scratch. All is good, however I just need to encrypt the passwords identical Pligg's as they're uploaded to the same MySQL table.

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    It's all in \libs\login.php for the login process (authentication)

    and \libs\user.php for the registration

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    Thank you redwine. I am looking into this now. I shall let you know once I get it figured.

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    Let me know if you need help figuring out the way the password is encrypted.

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    Yeah, I see some md5, and some hints of salt. But the questions... where is the 'generatehash' function?

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    Found it. libs/html1.php


    That's what I needed. I'll update once I get the script synced.

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