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Old 17th May 2008, 15:24
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Originally Posted by PoleCat
Will version 3.0 have the passwords stored in the sql database?
I really think this will be a good feature, and will tremendously help with password management.
It will be a bad feature to keep plain passwords in mysql databases considering security issues. You'll have a big problem when someone hacks ALL secret password with a single exploit.

It's quite better to set the user a new password like the big hosting companies i know do it. A "lost password" function for the user would also make sense.
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