Topic: How do I encrypt the passwords within PHP?

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Hello, I'm working on various scripts to migrate users from our two (completely different) old mail platforms. One stage of this requires a bit of work in PHP, the bit I'm having trouble with is encrypting the passwords in a suitable manner to be inserted into the database.

Looking in the tools that come with Ired, I've found this

     export CRYPT_PASSWD="$(openssl passwd -1 ${DEFAULT_PASSWD})"

that's bash and I've been having no luck so far turning it into a PHP query. Would you happen to know the PHP equivalent?


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Re: How do I encrypt the passwords within PHP?

vmos wrote:

     export CRYPT_PASSWD="$(openssl passwd -1 ${DEFAULT_PASSWD})"

If you try it on terminal, you will get a salted MD5 hash.

Addition info about password hashes used in iRedMail:
http://www.iredmail.org/wiki/index.php? … ord.hashes


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