Re: MD5/Des Hashing

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Tue, 11 Aug 1998 19:52:04 -0700

Greg Johnson Perry-Spencer wrote:
> I did this and RadiusNT does look in the passwd file and shows the
> encrypted passwd string (x15 debug mode), but it also shows the encrypted
> passwd it generates based upon the passwd I enter. It is encrypted, but
> much smaller and does not start with $1$.

RadiusNT supports MD5 hases in the passwd file, typically found on
linux, solaris, and unixware. I am not familiar with DES password
encryption. Do you have information on the DES routines (and are
they free)?

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