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Re: password hash


Sorry did not think it was relevant. Here is a snippet from my iPlanet ldif file. The UID is 04971 and the clear text password is 04971pw

mydomain.com is not really my domain.

dn: uid=04971,ou=merchants, o=mydomain.com
objectclass: top
objectclass: person
objectclass: organizationalPerson
objectclass: inetOrgPerson
cn: 04971
sn: 04971
mail: 04971
uid: 04971
creatorsname: cn=Directory Manager
createtimestamp: 20010106192812Z
userpassword: {SHA}f+fYr4gxcMARNIyvutaqh53lV60=
modifiersname: cn=Directory Manager
modifytimestamp: 20030304225822Z

Luis Daniel Lucio Quiroz wrote:

El Miércoles 08 Septiembre 2004 14:32, escribió:

In an iPlanet LDIF file I see the passwords for my users are stored as a
hash, assuming that it is a one way hash.  Do all LDAP servers use the
same hashkey to hash those passwords?  Meaning will an OpenLDAP server
be able to read the passwords from my old iPlanet one?



could you post one hash? as is of course.