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Pass2Hash - A Standalone Password Hashing Script

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Good for making a hash of a password to add to DB manually.

Does not require ocPortal to run. It's one file. Unzip to a webserver and point your broswer to  it.

I made it cause on various sites I use different hashing mechanisms and occaisionly I forget some passwords and want to manually change it in the DB and figured why not making something a little more useful that others could use too. It's free so do what you want with it.

I wasn't sure if the Addons repository here accepts standalone scripts useful for ocPortal ( after all I intend to use it to reset my materpassword on onesite already lol) or only ocPortal integrated addons?

If you guys want to I can add it here (or you can) if not people can still get from here at least for now. The site it's on won't be open for a couple months likely and when it does it is possible the location will move (I'll update if it does)

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Screenshot of Pass2Hash.php

Demo
http://www.10-33support.com/temporary_files/pass2hash.php

Download
http://www.10-33support.com/temporary_files/pass2hash.zip

Enjoy!
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:thumbs:

Take my advice. I'm not using it!

View my working ocPortal site (version 9.x.x) at Anglo-Indian Portal
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Hey, feel free to upload to addon directory :).


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Great!:thumbs:

Thanks!:)
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Thanks folks! Uploaded under admin utilities.  ;)
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Jean said

Great!:thumbs:

Thanks!:)
I can see why you're ecstatic, Jean. You managed to get 'Pass3Hash, while the rest of us had to make do with Pass2!

(… see the comment against the points awarded!)

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Thanks for the contribution, Duck.

Bob
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Fletch said

Jean said

Great!:thumbs:

Thanks!:)
I can see why you're ecstatic, Jean. You managed to get 'Pass3Hash, while the rest of us had to make do with Pass2!

(… see the comment against the points awarded!)

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This is quite funny Fletch!
Yes, at times my mind is not synchronized with my writing…Let's attribute this to age! :lol:
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Jean said

Let's attribute this to age! :lol:
I am also discovering it is the 'magic formula' to NOT doing something I should. And it feels good when the younger macho males in the family refuse to allow me to carry heavy suitcases 'n' stuff. Yeah!

This 'old-age-retirement' stuff has certainly got its advantages, although Maria has coined a mnemonic for it, FAS (Freaking Age Syndrome - substitute your own expletive for the first word!), for when it gets us down.

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