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Old 1st September 2005, 22:00
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Is there a way to get the usernames and corresponding passwords of exisiting clients and resellers? (including none ispconfig login (e-mail/ftp/mysql))

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Old 2nd September 2005, 08:46
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Is there a way to get the usernames and corresponding passwords of exisiting clients and resellers? (including none ispconfig login (e-mail/ftp/mysql))

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If you mean clear text passwords, no. All passwords are saved as either md5 or crypt passwords.
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Old 2nd September 2005, 09:37
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If you mean clear text passwords, no. All passwords are saved as either md5 or crypt passwords.
Isn't there a way to convert the encrypted passwords to readable passwords? For example by writing a custom php page? If so could you give some directions, please?

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Isn't there a way to convert the encrypted passwords to readable passwords? For example by writing a custom php page? If so could you give some directions, please?

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No, thats not possible without rewriting the complete authentication system and for security reasons i wont recommend it.

If you want do it anyway, have a look at the files in:

/home/admispconfig/ispconfig/lib/classes/
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No, thats not possible without rewriting the complete authentication system and for security reasons i wont recommend it.
Then I won't do that . Thanks for your quick response.

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