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Re: MD5 in pg and php

From: Joolz <joolz(at)xs4all(dot)nl>
To: pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: MD5 in pg and php
Date: 2004-04-29 08:54:09
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> [Marek Lewczuk schreef op 29-04-2004 10:49 +0100]
>
> Joolz wrote:
> >>[Marek Lewczuk schreef op 29-04-2004 09:31 +0100]
> >>
> >Thanks, I already found some fc1 rpm's (still in development). But can
> >anyone tell me if the 7.4 internal md5() function will do the same as
> >the PHP md5() function? Or do a quick select md5('apple') and let me
> >know if the result is 'ae6d32585ecc4d33cb8cd68a047d8434'?
> >
> >I really wouldn't like to upgrade from my current stable situation,
> >only to find out that it didn't solve my original problem.
> >
> >TIA!
> >
> 
> I have 7.4.1 version and "select md5('apple')" returns: 
> 1f3870be274f6c49b3e31a0c6728957f
> 
> But I have checked in my PHP 4.3 what will return md5('apple') and:
> 1f3870be274f6c49b3e31a0c6728957f
> 
> So as you see there are the same - but they are different from your result.

Thanks for testing this!

I'm not sure if I'm happy with the outcome... Seems as if the result
of both md5() functions depends on something outside of PHP and
postgresql... Which could mean that if I backup my db and restore it
on another server (which of course should be possible) all my
passwords will be broken :-(

I guess I'll have to take a better look at how md5 works...

Thanks again!

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